Epiphone Hummingbird Pro, made 2014. This has got a fair bit of cowboy-swagger. The original Gibson Hummingbird gained notoriety in the 60s in the hands of Keith Richards, among others, and it's still cool now. This guy has some nice features: solid spruce top, handy pickup/preamp combo, Grover tuners... it's pretty nicely appointed. The neck is a comfortable 'slim taper' profile, not the baseball-bat that some Epi dreadnoughts come with. As with many Gibson designs, the heavier bracing allows for a smooth and controlled rhythm sound, perfect if you really like to lay into your guitar. These fetch around $600 new, so grab a bargain. This really looks the part, grab yourself some big pointy boots and a hat and sing about your problems!
Model: Epiphone Hummingbird Pro
Made: 2014, China (serial 14092309877)
Finish: faded cherry sunburst
Body: solid spruce top, laminate mahogany back and sides
Neck: mahogany, rosewood fingerboard
Pickup: Epiphone 'Shadow ePerformer Preamp'
Cosmetic condition notes: minor finish wear. There's a small ding in the top above the bridge, some scrtaches from play on the guard and above the strings, and some very minor scratching on the back. Really not much to speak of! Overall: excellent condition (9/10)
Playing condition notes: Neck is straight, action is low, intonation is good, truss rod works. There's very minor fret wear, heaps of life left (9/10). All electronics tested and working properly. Setup with fresh 12/53s and playing nicely.