Fender Japan Master Series Esprit Flame Standard.
“Poor Man’s Robben Ford”.
Great guitar showing a few small dings here & there, mostly on back & back edges.
Still very nice. A few small fret divots, but very playable the way it sits.
Neck is straight, truss rod functions as it should.
Electronics all stock & function as they should.
Only produced a couple years & becoming few & far between.
Weighs 8.3 lbs.
1.68 nut width.
.80 at the 1st fret, .88 at the 12th.
9.5 fingerboard radius.
Comes with a Dean branded hardshell.
Internet Blurb:
The Fender Flame standard was made in Japan in 1984 in Japan, at the time when Fender had paused American production. The Flame had obvious Gibson influences and was an attempt to capture some of Gibson's share of the market. The Flame had two Schaller humbuckers, a set neck, six-a-side tuners and a Tune-o-matic style bridge. The double cut-away alder body had a slightly carved top. It was bound around the body, neck and headstock.

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