Here's one you don't see every day. No, scratch that. Here's one you probably will never see again! This dreadnought was made by Bernie Rico, the luthier who built under the B.C. Rich name and who is the father of the B.C. Rich electrics. McCabe's music store in Long Beach was owned by a man named Jeff Simpson in the '70s and they carried the original handmade B.C. Rich acoustics. This guitar was made either as special inventory or a gift for Jeff as the label states "Dedicated to Jeff Simpson of McCabes guitar shop". There's also a message written on the underside of the top. A pretty Brazilian rosewood set and hundreds of small abalone pieces inlaid in the top, back, and sides to give the guitar the full D-45 trim package make this one a real eye-catcher. There is a repaired top crack running from the bridge to the binding on the top and two stable cracks in the back. Overall, the guitar is in very good condition, especially considering it's had 30 years or so to age! The neck appears to have been reset and the action and playability are great.