These are COOL (and very limited production run)! I remember seeing (at Texas guitar show in the mid '90's) the actual guitar this is modeled after.....and this "nail's it"! Spec and "history" details to follow. This guitar is totally original, played VERY little (it does have the light Fender aging treatment), and includes all the case goodies AND shipped in it's ORIGINAL BOX! -----------------------------------------
Neck Shape 10-56 Large "V" Shape
Number of Frets 21
Fret Size Dunlop® 6105 Narrow Jumbo
Fretboard Radius 9.5" 24.1 cm
Neck Material Maple
Neck Finish Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Nut Width 1.650” 42 mm
Scale Length 25.5" 64.8 cm
Neck Plate Limited Edition Neck Plate
Pickup Configuration SSS
Bridge Pickup Abby Handwound Stratocaster® Bridge
Middle Pickup Abby Handwound Stratocaster® Middle
Neck Pickup Abby Handwound Stratocaster® Neck
Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup, Position 3. Middle Pickup, Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup, Position 5. Neck Pickup
Controls Master Volume, Tone 1.NeckMiddle Pickups, Tone 2.Bridge Pickup
Limited Edition Case
George Fullerton made many helpful design suggestions when Fender began working on prototype Stratocaster® guitar models in 1953, and this was one of the designs that would evolve into the Stratocaster as the world knows it today. While the unique control plate and black anodized pickguard really evoke the “space-age” concepts popular at Fender during that original era, this model differs from the original in some more modern touches, such as a 9.5” fingerboard radius and taller 6105 frets. We invited legendary pickup Queen Abigail Ybarra to hand-wind each of the three pickups as a nod to the man who hired her at Fender in 1956.
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