Up for sale is a 1978 Vintage, Music Man Sabre II. Amazing guitar in EXCELLENT condition and includes case.
I will consider all REASONABLE offers, no low ball offers.
Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 651-600-6511
The Music Man Sabre II was manufactured from 1978 until 1980. It came in two versions, the I and the II, that were identical other than the fretboard radius (12" and 7.5" respectively).
The guitar was designed by Leo Fender and George Fullerton and was the second electric guitar manufactured under the Music Man name, after the Sting Ray that was launched two years before, in 1976.
It featured an internal preamp that allowed the guitar to retain its tonal response regardless of the volume level or cable length, factors that would usually reduce treble. The preamp module also featured an active EQ circuit with independent volume, treble, and bass controls, as well as bright, phase reversal, and three way pick up selector switches. The two pickups had a double coil humbucking design, similar to that found on the Music Man Stingray bass guitar. The body was made from ash or poplar depending on the model, and the 22 fret neck was made from maple (with an optional rosewood fingerboard) and featured a neck tilt adjustment to eliminate the need for shims.
Neck joint - Bold-on
Body - Ash, Poplar
Neck - Maple
Fretboard - Maple, Rosewood
Pickups - 2 Humbucking (HH) With 2 EQ Preamp
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