Very good condition, rare import, JV series, scalloped fingerboard.
Squier Fender white CBS OWH Stratocaster model JV period, rare on the market.
Scalloped fingerboard, superb rosewood. Very nice to touch. A perfect marriage of a Malmsteen and Ritchie Blackmoore look.
Very nice to play, fast, clean. Quite decent craftsmanship for its 34 years. Frets in good condition.
Made in Japan, a true Jap Fender... JV period.
3 CBS type screw set plate.
Very good groove. The pickups respond well. Beautiful presence and precision. The sharp pickup is great and has a nice grain and saturation. Must be tried out!
Has been used, but good overall conditions (see photos for more details on wear)
A very good vintage strato.
Comes in soft cas tremolo included.
(sold under its argus rating)
Serial number: JV66041
Weight: 3.400 kg
Selector switch: 5 positions
Tones in position 1 and 3.
Mechanics: Original Fender oil bath.
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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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