Many people have inquired about this guitar.  I'm sorry, this guitar is simply not for sale.  
Based on current pricing, I would need to get more than $5,000 for this guitar, and even then I wouldn't sell it. 

This is my slightly used Brian Moore DC-1 MIDI guitar. This guitar is in mint condition aside from one small tiny nick on the front of the guitar. It is so small that is difficult to get a good picture. Serial #0442

This guitar has a beautiful spalted maple top, with a rosewood fretboard. 

The DC-1P.13 guitar costs more than $4800 when ordered direct from Brian Moore. 
Here is a link to the Brian Moore website about this guitar: Brian Moore Website

This is direct from the Brian Moore website:

Explore guitar computer connectivity! The DC/1P.13 was created to meet the demands of players who prefer the 24 3/4" scale. It is a joint design effort between Master Luthier Tom Doyle and Patrick Cummings. Patrick met Tom Doyle in 1996 at a Scott Chinery "Blue Guitar" event and asked Tom if he would like to create a guitar that blended the some of Toms' designs with the our unique ideas such as "comfort contoured top" and "sculpted headstock". Tom is the chosen luthier and long time sound engineer for the legendary Les Paul himself. His 40 plus years in the music industry have been spent on a quest for the perfect tone. His clients and friends include Al Dimeola, George Benson, Sting and Jimmy Page. We are proud to have Tom and his influence on our team.

DC/1P.13 Features
  • Single cutaway design
  • Mahogany body with highly figured top
  • Available in transparent colors and bursts
  • Seymour Duncan pickups
  • Versatile hum/hum configuration
  • Mahogany set neck w/rosewood fingerboard
  • 22 fret, set neck, 24 3/4" scale, 12" radius
  • Sperzel tuners
  • Gold hardware
  • RMC Piezo
  • RMC 13 Pin
  • BMCG sculpted headstock
  • Comfort Contoured body
  • Innovative output jack
MSRP $4895 - price includes hardshell case