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Used American Telecaster Deluxe Used American Telecaster Deluxe USA, ash body, aged cherry sunburst, binding, locking tuners, S1 switching, rounded neck heel, tummy cut, pearl pickguard, maple fretboard with abalone dots. Includes hard shell case.
Used Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Used Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster 2000, black finished body (likely alder), maple neck and fingerboard, pearl dot inlay, Noiseless pickups, tremolo. Very good condition with just some normal playing wear. Original molded hardcase.
Used Fender Champ Lap Steel Used Fender Champ Lap Steel 1966, blond, all original, very good condition, has some crazing in the finish, logo slightly damaged. Comes with original case in very good condition.
Used Fender Custom Shop '62 Jazzmaster Used Fender Custom Shop '62 Jazzmaster 2011, ash body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard. Lake Placid Blue nitro-cellulose lacquer. All original, and in exceptional condition. The evident wear is a demonstration of the Fender Custom Shop's artful interpretation of guitar aging. All the comfort of a broken-in guitar, with none of the mechanical wear. A nice full profile to the neck. 8lbs. Original hardshell case, COA, and case candy.
Used Fender Offset Tele Used Fender Offset Tele 2016, limited edition. Alder offset body, maple neck. 9.5" radius, 22 frets. American vintage tele bridge, three-way switch, Custom Shop designed tele pickups. Excellent condition. Original hardshell case.
Used Fender Stratocaster Used Fender Stratocaster 1954-1955 This is a clean and incredibly fun early hardtail Strat. The guitar weighs just under 7 lbs., giving it a snappy and responsive character - a great example of what makes 50's Strats so desirable. The neck shape is fat but not cumbersome, again typical of instruments of this era. It has had some minor repairs and modifications over its long life, but nothing unexpected for a guitar of its age. Thanks to the light weight and iconic tone, it has quickly become a shop favorite - it's just too fun not to play! Two-tone burst body dated 7/54, neck dated 8/55, pots are from 1961 Stackpole Electronics, pickups are consistent with period details, but are coated with shielding, rewound bridge pickup by Lindy Fralin, wiring harness has some non-original wiring, replaced 5-way switch, missing original neck plate (no serial number), missing original tone knob, one replaced tuner, was fitted with a tune-a-matic bridge with Bigsby tailpiece, we think, then patched professionally and reverted back to a hardtail, newer over-sized frets. Pickguard has light surface checks, but is quite stable, weight is 6 lbs. 14 oz., includes non-original hard case.