Stratocaster Ltd 59 Heavy Relic Aged 3-Tone Sunburst #CZ538095
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2019 Fender Custom Shop Limited Edition Stratocaster Ltd 59 Heavy Relic Aged 3-Tone Sunburst. A superb, well spec'd reissue of a July '59 Transition Strat. In the change from Maple to Slab Rosewood fingerboards in July 1959, there were some crossovers. Pickguard materials and the number the number of screws holding the pickguard on varied. This has a 10 hole 3-ply Nitro Pickguard. Thoughtfully spec'd with a lovely thick Slab Rosewood board, sorted for darkness, Alder body sorted for weight, Handwound Fat 50's Pickups and a '63 'C' neck profile. The Heavy Relic finish looks really authentic and the back of the neck is very well done too with a beautiful smooth feel and tinted just right.... A good sounding, great playing, cool looking guitar in excellent condition with Original Brown Tolex case and all Tags, Cert and strap etc.
BODY Colour: Aged 3-Tone Sunburst Body: Alder sorted for light weight
NECK Number Of Frets: 21 x 6105 Scale Length: 25.5 Fretboard Wood: AAA Dark Rosewood Fretboard Inlays: Dot Radius: 9.5" Neck Wood: Maple Neck Shape: 63 C
ELECTRONICS Bass Pickup: Handwound Fat 50's Middle Pickup: Handwound Fat 50's Treble Pickup: Handwound Fat 50's Pickup Switching: 5 Way Blade,Vol, 2 x Tone Weight: 7lb 6oz, Original Hard Case, Certs, Strap and tags etc.
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