Rare on the market
Greco is a Japanese guitar manufacturer that began in the 60’s/70’s.
Made in the same factory as Fender, the Fujigen Plant.
Perfect Fender copies... Made in Japan at a perfect price-quality ratio. We know the excellence and rigour of Japanese makers.
Uncommon on the French market and rightly wanted, our Japanese network allows us to offer them.
Greco Stratocaster ASH 1976 Made in Japan at Fujigen.
In very good general condition for its 41 years of age (see photos for more details and signs of age). Frets, fingerboard, good condition. Very good sound quality, beautiful range and balance. The original pickups give a very nice vintage taste. Incisive pickup, nice roundness: Perfect for funk and rock.
The bridge pickup is not left out, nice grain in distortion, powerful. Great for blues/rock.
To summarize: very good strato (you’d pay more than 1200 € for a comparable Fender JAP )
(note that the previous owner added a mini-selector that doesn’t work)
Neck and fingerboard: Maple
Fittings: chrome plated
Pickups: 3 x Single ST JP
Mechanics: Chrome plated oil bath.
Serial number: D761218
Weight: 3.475 kg
Comes with vintage soft case.
Selected and imported from Japan with care.
|Member since:||March 23, 2017|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically."Some diffilculties in communication, but item as described and transaction without problems."
Seller is complaining heavily about this feedback above, which used to be a positive feedback at firstPlease note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.:-))) I complained about the many messages and your excessive requests by email, your doubts, your suspicions. You received a great guitar at a price under the coast and in very good condition.
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|
Save shipping costs
You can pick up this lot from the seller: Sevran (Ile de France), France.
Question about this lot?