When you see the low price it's understandable that the initial reaction is "Oh, a bargain baritone." But this 410e doesn't look, play, or sound like a lesser version of those expensive baritone models you see all the time. It's in nearly perfect condition, too, so you won't be reminded of somebody else forgetting that baritone guitars have longer necks, for instance, which is important to remember when walking through a doorway. The ovangkol back and sides with Engelmann spruce top certainly deliver those low notes, so think of this as a great way to test whether or not you're really going to play enough baritone guitar to make buying a more expensive version worthwhile. And on the way to making that decision we're guessing you may decide this 410e is plenty of baritone for just about anyone. Note the super clean case and all the original paperwork.