Fujigen Gakki was one of the first Japanese guitar manufacturers to have a major presence in the American guitar market in the early and mid-1960s. They were most commonly sold under the St. George, Greco and Kent brands, but they also turn up with more obscure names like this Polaris. This guitar is hollow body with a soundpost, which, when combined with the single coil pickups give the guitar a distinct ES-330 vibe. The guitar is in good cosmetic and structural condition but, like many of these guitars, someone removed the bar for the vibrato and lost it. Includes a padded gig bag.