This guitar showed up on The Music Zoo's web site at $2,699. Comes with a Country Bass pickup, reissue Modern Drive humbucker, and a Fender gig bag.
"We were super excited to see this one of a kind guitar come through the Zoo doors: a pre-owned 1969 Dan Armstrong See-Through Acrylic guitar. This has been an infamous instrument throughout Rock history, played by everyone from Keith Richards all the way up to Greg Ginn of Black Flag, Dave Grohl, and Buzz Osborne of the Melvins - and now we see why...these guitars are tone monsters!. Along with the acrylic body, the Dan Armstrong is made of a quartersawn maple neck, a Brazilian rosewood fretboard, 24-3/4" scale length, 12" fretboard radius, 24 frets, Formica pickguard and headstock overlay, a Dan Armstrong humbucker with master volume and tone controls, a 3-way tone switch, and Schaller tuners."
"The 3-way switch of the guitar allows for some versatility. In the 3rd position closest to the headstock, you have the volume tone bypassed except for when it is on 0 (so the guitar is on full blast volume-wise), in the middle position both the volume and tone knobs are in engaged wherever you set them, and the 1st position has the tone knob bypassed for a "halfway cocked wah" tone. This can allow you to set your clean rhythm tone in the middle, hit the switch over to instantly get a hot lead sound and then add some color into your solos or leads with the 1st position."
"The guitar has some scratches and scuffs around the body, with light markings around the neck - however nothing to affect the comfortable feel of the played-in neck. There are some mild areas of fretwear, but nothing that causes any buzzing or note dampening. We think this is a great addition to anyone who wants a unique instrument to add to their collection that sounds great and will grab anyone's attention for sure."