- Very Good + Condition
- Year: 1977
- Includes Original Hard Shell Case
- Serial #: S770632
A textbook player's Strat! Here we have a unique Fender Stratocaster dating back to 1977, which experienced the hay-day of player upgrades. Mainly, this Strat had gone through some different electronics over it's tenure on stage. It is currently outfitted with a Seymour Duncan 1/4 Pounder in the bridge, an unmarked middle pickup & an old Schecter USA made Neck pup. The bridge & middle pickup are not reverse-wound/reverse-polarity, so making for a hotter than average 4th position. The keen eye will see the three holes drilled into the pickguard where the replaced mini toggles were placed - which has been put back to a standard 5-way switch. The original pots have been long replaced, and additional shielding was added to it's original serial number accurate pickguard. It has a nice birdseye 3-bolt neck, with veneer rosewood fingerboard, and the classic big headstock. Perfect for anyone looking for a truly vintage neck profile - 1 5/8" Nut width, with a 7.25 radius. The frets show wear, but still sing in every register, with mild buzz (action is currently at a low 4/64" at the 12th fret). Additionally, this hardtail was outfitted with all gold Schecter hardware from it's original owner - bridge, output jack, tuners& strap buttons. The black finish is in pretty good shape overall, with typical nicks present, and one surface level crack which appears to come from the micro-tilt hole. This is certainly a cool guitar, with interesting history - looking for it's next owner! Comes with original hardshell case!
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