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  1. It’s no problem at all if you use an organized approach, make a template and solder things well with shrink wrap wherever there is exposed metal.
  2. I swapped out the entire electronics in my 575 when I put in Benedetto B6 pups. The old electronics were a sloppy mess attached to the top with stick-on metal brackets. After I pulled those out the acoustic volume went up noticeably. I made a cardboard template with holes in all the right places and soldered up a real neat harness. Very satisfying, guitar sounds better than ever. I have a thread about it here with pictures at the end. https://www.jazzguitar.be/forum/guitar-amps-gizmos/83258-barry-greenes-benedetto-bravo-sound.html
  3. I’m in Sweden too. That looks like an all mahogany Eagle except it’s 18 inches and has set in humbuckers. Haven’t seen any Super Eagles like that but they made lots of different guitars back then. My all mahogany Eagle was around 25k SEK when I bought it, might have gone up some since then. Yours would probably be some more given the inlays and size, but a repaired neck crack is likely to impact the price. Reverb is useless these days with pure fantasy prices, recent policy changes make people go elsewhere with their sales. These are great guitars, best of luck with the sale.
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