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SOLD – 1993 Fender Custom Shop Set-Neck Stratocaster Natural

Great Custom Shop handmade Strat with a Set-Neck in stead of a bolt-on neck. Great craftmanship! And a great price due to some changes made to the guitar, like the nut and the pickups.

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Great example of the very first Custom Shop Stratocaster that was included in the Fender Pricelist.

This one had some alterations during its lifetime: The Lace Sensor pickups replaced by a Custom Shop Fat 50 pickup in the neck position and two Texas Special pickup at the middle and bridge. Therefore the pickguard has also been replaced.

The original Wilkinson Roller Nut was replaced by a newer model. Behind the nut a piece of dark wood was placed to fill up the gap, the original nut left.

It is in a good condition for a 30 year old guitar. Frets have some wear (see pics) and body has scratches and dings (some examples in the pics).

It comes with a non-original hard shell case and orignal Certificate of Authentication.

Send me a message if you’re interested! This guitar will be shipped from The Netherlands, so if you live in the EU there will be no taxes! If you live outside the European Union, please drop me a message. This way we can figure out what shipment and taxes will be.

Body: Honduras Mahogany with bookmatched Maple top.
Neck: Modern C; Maple, set in; ebony fretboard; 12″ radius; 22 Medium Jumbo Frets; pearloid dots
Nut: LSR Roller Nut; 43mm
Pickups: One Fender Custom Shop Fat 50’s pickup (neck) en two Fender Custom Shop Texas Special pickups (middle and bridge)
Weight: 3.915 kg

Read more about the Custom Shop Set-Neck series on the fantastic FuzzFaced website.

This item is a used guitar and sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging.

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