Stratocaster '55 Namm Ltd Journeyman Relic Aged White Blonde #CZ527798
2017 Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster 55 Journeyman Namm Ltd in Aged White Blonde. This is from a Limited run built for the Namm show in California to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Custom Shop. Great spec with a lightweight Ash body finished in gorgeous aged blonde with the Journeyman finish looking very authentic and not overdone. The neck has a Custom Order '54 Strat (60th Anniversary Style) profile which, although big, feels comfy as there is not too much 'shoulder' and with 9.5" Radius, 6105 frets and the lacquer smoothed out on the back makes for a great feeling and playing Strat. Handwound '55 Alnico 3 pickups sound fabulous and articulate. In excellent condition and in a classic 50's colour, very cool!! Super light at 7lb 3oz. With Original Tweed case, Tags and Cert.
BODY Colour: Aged White Blonde Body: Lightweight Ash
NECK Number Of Frets: 21 x 6105 Scale Length: 25.5 Fretboard Wood: Maple Fretboard Inlays: Dot Radius: 9.5" Neck Wood: Maple Neck Shape: 54-U (60th Anniversary Style), .900"at the 1st fret- .990 at the 12th
HARDWARE Bridge Hardware: Vintage Tremolo Pickguard: Single Ply
ELECTRONICS Bass Pickup: Handwound 55 Strat Low G Alnico 3 Middle Pickup: Handwound 55 Strat Low G Alnico 3 Treble Pickup: Handwound 55 Strat Low G Alnico 3 Pickup Switching: 5 Way Blade,Vol, 2 x Tone Weight: 7lb 3oz, Original Hard Case, Cert and tags etc.
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