Beginning in the 1960's the Greco Company began making guitars in Japan. Fuji Gen Gakki, maker of many of the early Ibanez guitars, constructed many of the Greco guitars in the 70's. They began by cloning many popular American brands, such as this SV-600. By the close of the 70's they moved into some original designs such as the Iceman.
This 1979 model is a clone of the Gibson ES-335 and features a nearly identical appointment package. Dual humbucking pickups with a three way selector switch, a volume/tone pot for each, semi-hollow body with f-holes, stop tail-piece and "waffle back" style tulip tuners.
It is all original but is missing the pickguard. It comes with a non-original gig bag.
Condition wise it shows its age, as seen in the photos. The binding is all intact but shows discoloration and some cosmetic hairline cracks. There are some small marks on the instrument.