S71 Custom Shop Deluxe T Heavy-Relic Silver Sparkle nitro & high-gloss Reverse neck, Handwound PAF.

//S71 Custom Shop Deluxe T Heavy-Relic Silver Sparkle nitro & high-gloss Reverse neck, Handwound PAF.

S71 Custom Shop Deluxe T Heavy-Relic Silver Sparkle nitro & high-gloss Reverse neck, Handwound PAF.

1590,00

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S71 Custom Shop Deluxe Tele Heavy-Relic Silver Sparkle and high-gloss Reverse head neck, Handwound Pickups in USA.

Made in USA/UK.

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Description

  • Two pieces rare Baseball Bat ash made in UK Tele deluxe body in full SILVER SPARKLE nitrocellulose Heavy-Relic finishes. Rare Fender colour.
  • Large 70’s « reversed » headstock Maple neck with Rosewood fretboard from WD USA under Fender licence. Full specs below.
  • Handwound by Collins in Texas, USA, two Humbuckers Early 50’s PAF replicas. Full specs below.
  • Handwired elecs with 4 Bourns USA Audio Pro 500k pots with two genuine PIO (Paper in Oil) capacitors made by Russian military in 1987. Jack out made in Italy.
  • Fender Vintage type Hardtail Flat Mount.
  • Kluson USA Deluxe Tuners
  •  Pickguard in genuine Burl Poplar wood Handmade by artisan in EU.
  • Real Bone nut as often used by the Fender Custom Shop
  • Laser engraved neck plate with »S71 Custom Shop » logo
  • « Witch Hat » AllParts USA Volume and Tone buttons
  • Gotoh made in Japan: Jack socket, Ferrules and Straps.
  • Hardcase and Certificate included.
 
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CBS era Deluxe Tele neck with BIG 70’s Reverse headstock and some great modern specs:
  • 1 5/8 inch nut width,
  • 21 medium jumbo frets
  • 12 inch Rosewood fingerboard radius
  • Clear High-gloss finish
  • Round ‘C’ back profile shape
  • Headstock truss rod
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Handwound Humbuckers Handmade in Texas, USA, COLLINS model T-161. Early PAF 50’s replica. Alnico V Overwound Modern-Vintage.
  • Neck 7.34 K  (4.39 Henries)
  • Bridge 8.64 K (5.39 Henries)


’For those that like the feel and sounds of early PAF but want a little hot sauce on it these are your ticket Steel Town Blues. Built to kick the tubes into overdrive for that gritty Texas Blues. But can be rolled back on the volume and clean up nicely. These are not a one trick pony and can produce a myriad of tones by rolling the volume and tone knobs up or down.’