With shock mount and case

Dating fender strat serial number

The pickguard and back plate have been changed to white pearloid but we can switch back to the original parchment if desired. This is a nice old vintage Strat, and better than most since it had a pro refret by my man Martin a while ago. This Fulltone Guitar Pedal makes you comfortable on your pedal board, and its large Volume and Drive knobs provide easy adjustment onstage. This new scheme is now used on the majority of Fender instruments made in Mexico, with certain exceptions.

Also features beautiful colorful bird inlays that look so much better than the new outline inlays used on later models. Great cover photo of Betts. Frets are perfect and the set-up is typically superb. To those who are currently courageously serving, I salute you and thank you for keeping our Country free. Wooden cover pictured is included as well.

The pickguard and back

In the Full Range Boost position it enhances all frequencies, adding lows, mids, and some highs while the Treble Boost mode and is good for pushing a slightly overdriven amp into heavy overdrive. First you throw away the no-name Asian humbuckers and replace them with a pair of Seymour Duncans Duncan Distortion bridge and neck. As its name implies, this guitar really shines for Blues tones, but is versatile enough to cover just about any other type of music other than heavy metal. Cover and feature story is on Richard Betts.

Includes box, manual, sealed batteries, etc. Nice sounding Tele with a cool choice of Tele and non-Tele tones, good for many styles of music. Radically different for a Gibson, the BluesHawk is a semi-hollowbody that's as thin as an average solidbody electric.

It also includes an isolation transformer, to eliminate hum and buzz from ground loops. Includes nice older case that may or may not be original. Also good for warming up the tone of a sterile solid state amp. Much the same as the Satin Artist I listed yesterday, this is a fantastic model that had an extremely short life span. These are excellent for the beginners and tight budgets and easy to upgrade later on.

This is a nice