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A hot new guitar from the cool old masters.
Sleek new design with Custom Shop manufacturing excellence, carved-top alder body, and fast-playing lightly figured maple neck with abalone dot inlays. Sperzel Trim-Lok machine heads and LSR rolling nut provide total tuning stability. 22 medium-jumbo frets and a deep lower cutaway let your fingers fly in the upper registers. 2 Fender Fat '50s single coils up front and a Seymour Duncan '59 Trembucker at the bridge crank out a full range of terrific tones. Deluxe 2-point synchronized trem with pop-in arm for expert dive bombing. Includes deluxe hardshell case.
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2004 model, amber, setneck w/rosewood fingerboard. This guitar was aces all round. It has such good sustain and is really well built. I have had all models of strats from Clapton to SRV and this is the one I love the most. Even unplugged it almost vibrates out of your hands when strummed. Awesome
The whole instrument was high quality in every regard. The pickups weren't my style, but thats an easy change to make.
If you like Strats, you'll LOVE this axe! I think it plays a lot better! The pickups are HOT HOT HOT!!
This is very depressing - but the Fender Showmasters will only intonate with 10 guage or heavier strings. Because the bridge is improperly distanced from the nut, but a full 1/4". Major drag.The guitar was a Gold one with Flamed Maple Neck. Unreal - it was so beautiful it looked like the devil made it. Incredibly depressing, because for me the scale length wouldn't work with 10 guage strings, and even they were on the edge - they would intonate, but the E string would impact the mounting post when I would use the whammy.Talk about depressing - this guitar was it in spades. To sound so beautiful, be so perfectly made, and to not intonate correctly.