I picked up this lovely G3900 Historic Series Synchromatic Jr. on a whim two weeks ago, and then realized that what I'd really wanted was a parlor guitar to play around the house. Let my poor impulse control be your gain! It looks great. I filed down the bottom of the bridge saddle (but not the gorgeous art deco base) for lower action, re-strung it with a new set of Dean Markley 10-46 strings, and replaced the old strap knobs with brand new ones. It sounds beautiful, rich, and warm. The junior size (15.25" lower bout; 3" deep) is very comfortable to play, but it's got plenty of acoustic volume and tone. There is some fret wear on the lower half of the fretboard which affects intonation, so the frets should be leveled and recrowned. (The deepest wear is on the first fret; see pic.) My digital calipers tell me that the first fret has 0.0480" of height left on it, which should be plenty of room to allow leveling and crowning. I didn't love how the slots were cut on the stock saddle, so I'll throw in a tune-o-matic bridge which I pulled from my G5620T in case you'd prefer it. I gently filed the post holes in the tune-o-matic to fit the posts on the G3900's floating bridge. $375 US plus $50 shipping to Canada or $100 shipping to the lower 48. If you're overseas, message me and we'll talk. I'll pack it carefully and ship it in a padded gig bag. If you're in the Toronto area, we can arrange a free pickup. Feel free to ask any questions!