Dillion DR-450 (copy of a Paul Reed Smith hollowbody)
Book-matched flamed/curly maple carved top in an amber finish.
Cream body binding.
24-fret neck and two humbuckers.
This is the earliest version, before they were sued by PRS and had to change the design.
All the DR-450 guitars you'll find anywhere online now have exaggerated features, but this has the correct PRS body-shape.
Works, looks, and sounds great.
Guitar is about 13 years old, but has been in the case for the last 11 years.
I've just strung it up with a new set of strings, and checked all adjustments.
Nice quality, well-padded gig bag included.
Great condition with only hints of playing wear and age, mostly to the hardware.
You're not going to find dents, dings, or wear to the finish.
Frets are in great shape!
The tuners have been changed out to a smaller set that fits the headstock better, and keeps it well balanced.
Part of the original tuner's small set-screw holes are visible at the back of the headstock.
The pickups were replaced with a much nicer set by Mighty Mite.
Happy to take any additional photos!
Stand not included.