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Fender Strat, '72 reissue with the big headstock is rare yellow-white finish. A good looker and a very, very good player. The maple neck is solid and slim, with a great played-in feel. This one certainly has a bit of 'magic' about it, it's a tasty Strat that's very hard to put down. Plenty of dings and scratches, but in awesome playing condition.
Model: Stratocaster, '72 Reissue (ST72)
Made in: Japan
Finish: Yellow-white, 3-ply white guard
Neck: Maple with Maple board, dot inlays
Mods: Gotoh tuners
Neck pickup: 4.82k ohms
Middle pickup: 4.81k ohms
Bridge pickup: 5.36k ohms
Cosmetic condition notes: Significant finish wear. A couple of reasonable dings on the back, some scuffing around scratching around the bottom, some rub-wear above the guard on the front. Some discolouration on bridge and machine heads. Pickups have yellowed significantly to nicely match the body, you can see the white underneath. Back-plate missing. Frets have some mild wear but have plenty of life. Ships with basic gig-bag.
Playing condition notes: Action is fairly low, neck is straight, intonation is good. All electrics tested and working properly. Recently been through a Topshelf setup with John Pearse 11/50 pure nickel strings, playing exceptionally well.