Very good condition, superb ash body, RARE, not imported, perfect frets.
Superb Fender Stratocaster ST-71ASH Sunburst 2005 reissue, made in Japan at the Fuji-gen Plant.
*We’ve just had it imported from Japan*
Very nice to play, superb vintage look, big head and neck plate with 3 CBS type screws.
Very glossy vintage high quality varnish.
Beautiful craftsmanship, grained ash body. Premium maple neck and fingerboard: Japanese craftsmanship. Quality dense rosewood fingerboard.
Balanced and great to play.
Beautiful sound palette, pickup very hot, and perfect pickup in crunch' or distortion.
-Vintage chrome plated Fender mechanics.
- Weight: 3.700 kg
-3 single ST JP pickups
-serial number: R094177
- Production Period: 2004-06
- Comes in soft case
Very successful Strat’! In appearance as well as sound quality. Guitar is in very good overall condition, hasn’t been played much, almost new frets. (See photos for more details on use marks).
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|Member since:||March 23, 2017|
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Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United Kingdom||$ 80.95|
|United States||$ 139.61|
|Rest of Europe||$ 69.22|
|Rest of the World||$ 139.61|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Sevran (Ile de France), France.
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