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Produced from 1995 to 2007 by G&L and no longer available. Tinted lacquer birdseye maple V neck, Swamp Ash body in gorgeous Two-Tone sunburst. Vintage Alnico flat Poles pickups with a reverse wound center. Volume, tone & special to the Fullerton treble bleed for neck & bridge pickups. George Fullerton said this model “is the closest thing to a 1959 Stratocaster ever made by G&L”. Super clean and ready to play. Includes original G&L Tweed hard shell case & Certificate of Authenticity
Vintage White finish w/ original hardshell case. In November 1986, Fender began production at the new Corona, California facility & these early Fenders were made in much smaller numbers than later models so the high quality is evident. This model was introduced in mid 1987 & was the highest-end production model(excluding Custom Shop) produced by Fender until 1998. With an "E4" serial number(actually indicates 1987 to mid 1988), this Strat was built within the first 10 - 12 months of production. Early "Plus" features: Gold Lace Sensor pickups, Wilkenson roller nut, Sperzel locking tuners, American 2-point synchronized Tremolo, TBX tone control w/ "center detent", three-ply tortoise pickguard, and Maple neck/Rosewood fretboard. Exceptionally nice condition.
Model made from 1995 to 2005 in USA to specs requested by Steve Cropper, Near mint condition, contour "T-style" single cutaway mahogany body with bookmatched flamed maple top, bolt-on hard rock maple neck, 22-fret rosewood fretboard, "Maxcess" neck joint, 25.5" scale, 1-11/16" nut width, "Db4" quad blade humbucking bridge pickup, "Db2" dual blade humbucking neck pickup, gold hardware, master volume & tone controls, three-way pickup selector switch, 2 position coil-tap switch for Fender & Gibson tones, gorgeous transparent "Onion Green" finish, OHSC case.
The Bullet replaced the Mustang, Duo Sonic, and Musicmaster models, & was produced from 1981 - 1983 by Fender at the legendary Fullerton, California plant. The designer was John Page who went on to fame in Fender's Custom Shop. At first resembling a smaller Telecaster, the Bullet was redesigned to look like a slightly smaller Stratocaster(like this one) with various pickups but otherwise similar specs - Telecaster necks & Mustang pickups positioned like the Duo Sonic(neck pickup angled on the treble side & bridge pickup parallel to the bridge). This S2 version has the original Bullet pickup configuration(same as the Mustang & Duo Sonic). This 35 year old guitar is in excellent vintage condition with just very light surface scratches/indents you have to turn in the light to see - nothing through the finish, one of the cleanest examples you will see. The original "F" tuners were replaced with Fender American Standard tuners but are included and could be put back to fully original, or could probably be sold for $150 to $200. Includes Original hard case
$699 + $44.77 Shipping
$599.00 Plus $39.77 Shipping
Like the greatest Les Paul Standards ever made, the Les Paul ’50s Tribute starts with the classic tonewoods of a mahogany body with solid carved maple top, with the look, feel, and tone of the set-neck, single-cutaway solidbody that started it all—the original Les Paul Model of the 1950s. Like those Les Pauls, it has a pair of screaming P-90 pickups, along with the comfortably rounded neck profile from that decade. The modern stop tailpiece & Tuneomatic bridge plus factory original Grover tuners improve playability & offers precise tuning/intonation. Wine Red nitro satin finish. Original deluxe gig bag and original hang tags - Near mint.