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Jan 22


Fender custom shop patchwork guitar stratocaster

NAMM2015 This beautifully unique Clown Patch Active Strat Master Built by Dale Wilson really caught our eye at the Fender Custom Shop Special Event at NAMM 2015! We were lucky enough to get our hands on this active Strat that boasts a beautiful multi-colored laquer finish along with a Clapton “V” neck shape and electronics. Have a look at the specs and additional info on this guitar below! This one-of-a-kind guitar is available for pre-order through us by contacting our sales staff via email at sales@themusiczoo.com. Stay tuned to our blog…we are excited to show you what’s next!




Masterbuilt by Dale Wilson

Alder Body

Multi-Colored Laquer Finish

1-Piece Maple Neck

7.25 Radius

Vintage Frets

Clapton “V” Neck Shape

Handwound Strat Fat 50’s Pickups

Clapton Electronics

½ Power Active Circuit

Jan 21


For 2015 Fender has put out a new line of Custom Shop guitars that we were able to get a preview of at NAMM2015. This includes some reissues of their legendary instruments, Artisan series guitars, and some new twists on time honored models. The lineup includes ’60 Tele Custom, ’52 Tele, ’63 Tele, ’60 Jazz bass,and a ’59 Precision bass. The Limited Editions for this year will include a ’55 Strat, Tele, and Esquire; as well as a Caballo Tono Tele. We are very excited to get these guitars into The Zoo as soon as we can. Built with the highest quality materials and hand wound pickups, all of these instruments sound and play great! The Relic’ing process applied to some of these guitars give the feel of a well worn in instrument. This will be your opportunity to get some of the most iconic electric guitars in limited finishes. Here are some of out favorites from the booth at NAMM:





The 2015 Limited Edition 1955 Stratocaster is an homage  to the instrument’s original era. The lightweight ash body is offered in Dirty White Blonde or Two-Color Sunburst Relic’d finishes that evoke years of hard-fought wear and tear. The sparkling trio of hand-wound ’55 single-coil Stratocaster pickups is mounted on a single-ply eight-hole white pickguard, with five-way switching for modern tonal versatility.

Other features include a quartersawn maple neck with highly worn Heavy Relic treatment on the back, 9.5”-radius maple fingerboard with 21 narrow jumbo frets, rock-solid American Vintage synchronized tremolo bridge, American Vintage tuning machines and a Custom Shop Limited Edition neck plate.



The Fender Custom Shop 1957 Relic Stratocaster takes you straight back to the pivotal year when the instrument was largely perfected into the form known worldwide today. Its deep-contoured alder body comes in Two-Color Sunburst, Black and HLE Gold Relic’d finishes, while an ash-body model is available in a White Blonde. Bell like tone comes from three hand-wound ’50s Stratocaster single-coil pickups (reverse wound/reverse polarity middle pickup) with a five-way switch.

Some key features include a quartersawn maple neck with a ’57 “soft V” profile and small headstock, 9.5”-radius maple fingerboard with 21 narrow jumbo frets, single-ply parchment pickguard, vintage white control knobs, American Vintage bridge, and American Vintage tuning machines. Includes hard-shell tweed case with gold interior.







This Artisan Series Strat has a light weight Okoume body.the  a one piece 5A Birsdeye maple neck that has been roasted to a deep brown hue and has a soft “V” profile with a 9.5″ fingerboard radius. It is equipped with  Hand wound 1969 pickups, 6105 frets, a bone nut, and all gold hardware. We found the natural maple skunk stripe to be a nice touch!

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This Okoume Telecaster has very similar features to it’s sister Strat. Again, the roasted birdeye maple neck has a 9.5″ radius, with a soft “V” profile, and 6105 frets. The electronics are handwound ’58 Tele pickups, with present day wiring. This would surely make a nice pair for anybody’s collection!

If you are interested in pre-ordering any of these guitars contact our sales team at sales@themusiczoo.com or 516 626 9292

Jan 21

Fender Custom Shop Pine Cone Stratocaster 7

NAMM2015 Strolling through the Fender booth at NAMM left us with our jaws on the floor when we came across this diamond encrusted Stratocaster masterbuilt by Yuriy Shishkoff! This amazing piece of art features top-tier appointments that o say the least, set this instrument apart from the rest.

From Fender-

The Fender Custom Shop is proud to announce Senior Master Builder, Yuriy Shishkov’s latest masterpiece – the handcrafted “Pine Cone Stratocaster” guitar modeled after the antique “Pine Cone” Easter Egg made by Fabergé in 1900.

This exclusive one-of-a-kind guitar features 550 high-quality diamonds, 10 feet of 18 karat gold adorning a flawless single-piece maple body and exhibition grade bird’s eye maple neck.

The body artwork design was created in a 3D format and projected onto the guitar before it was hand-carved to produce the sphere surface effect of an egg. If all the scales on the guitar were extended beyond the instrument’s contour, they would create a perfect “egg” shape. The blue hand-stained “multi-composite” finish was specially invented for this particular guitar to recreate the “egg-like” appearance.

The guitar’s hardware was hand engraved; the knobs and switch tip were custom designed at the Fender Custom Shop and crowned with diamonds. In addition, the “Fender” logo on the headstock is made of 2mm gold plated solid silver; the fingerboard comes complete with inlaid diamonds and 10 feet of 18 karat gold ribbon wire inlay, and is finished with a gold-plated nut.

The “old stock” pickups were hand-wound by legendary Fender Custom Shop pickup winder, Abigail Ybarra, and feature “encapsulated” pickup mounting, a never before seen technique that eliminates additional routing and leaves more “real estate” surface on the guitar’s body for additional artwork.

The “Pine Cone” Stratocaster will be accommodated with an authentic limited edition Fabergé Easter “Pine Cone Egg”. Both the guitar and the egg have matching serial numbers (0074). Like the original antique egg, it has a surprise miniature “Elephant” inside. In addition, the egg has been signed by Maison Tatiana Fabergé.

The guitar comes complete with a custom carrying case, a hand-tooled blue leather matching design custom strap and lighted display case.

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yuriy shishkov pine cone stratocaster fender

yuriy shishkov pine cone stratocaster fender


Fender Custom Shop Pine Cone Stratocaster 6

Fender Custom Shop Pine Cone Stratocaster 5

Fender Custom Shop Pine Cone Stratocaster 2

Fender Custom Shop Senior Master Builder Yuriy Shishkov

Oct 30

Hardtop Strats Main

Wonderful results happen when The Music Zoo creates a customized, exclusive series of guitars. You’ll realize this when you play our brand new Hardtop Stratocasters that we designed and built with the Fender Custom Shop.

It’s called the Hardtop for a reason; each of these guitars is made rear-loaded without a pickguard, with easy access via a plate on the guitar’s back. The grain of the two-piece ash body looks fantastic under the nitrocellulose finish. And, as you’ll see, we went for a less-is-more, Hardtop Strats (5 of 11)minimalist, uncluttered aesthetic with these guitars. They’re available with one or two Bare Knuckle Mule humbucker pickups and the wiring is kept simple: just volume and tone controls on the one-pickup models and two volumes and a tone control, plus a heavy-duty three-way toggle switch. In the switch’s middle position, you can blend the output of each pickup using their independent volume controls.

Sonically, the Hardtop offers the kind of wide open tonal character that is rife with complex overtones and dynamic response. Musical information seems to pour out effortlessly and just like any guitar built using tap-tested tonewood—the kind that seems to ring like a bell before it’s even made into a guitar—the Hardtop has the kind of acoustic voice that is exceptional in every way. Strike a chord while unplugged, and you’ll feel the Hardtop shake and shimmer against your body and throughout your left Hardtop Strats (4 of 11)arm. The guitar’s body is very light—a contributing factor toward its rich tone—while the one-piece maple neck has a gentle,  rounded “V” profile that fits perfectly in your hand. A dark rosewood fretboard has a 9.5-inch radius and comes fitted with 6105 frets.

Is it a case of form following function? With regard to the one-pickup Hardtops, the answer is yes. Many guitarists love the one-pickup look and the message it seems to convey: “I just need one pickup by the bridge and a volume control to play mind-numbingly brilliant guitar,” as evidenced by the brilliance of Edward Van Halen. But there’s a function that underlies the form; using one pickup rather than two or three allows for less magnetic interference between the electronic components and less string-pull that would result from additional pickups. Which isn’t to say that the two-pickup Hardtop and the tonal versatility it offers is more or less preferable than the Hardtop Strats (1 of 1)-4one-pickup version. It’s a subjective choice for the musician that will use and enjoy this guitar. While on the topic of pickups, the Bare Knuckle Mules seem perfect for the Hardtop; they use Alnico IV magnets and other components that are identical to a vintage PAF. Response is quick in the bass and mids, while lower output offers great clarity and top-end shimmer that perfectly captures the nuances and harmonics present in the guitar’s acoustic voice.

Other details particular to the Hardtop Stratocaster include a dark-tint nitro finish on the neck, a very cool and basic Nocaster Fender headstock decal, and a custom tremolo bridge with vintage saddles. When it comes down to basics, the Hardtop Strat is the perfect combination of simplicity and complexity intertwined. It’s a Music Zoo exclusive, designed and built for players who can tell the difference between good and great…a guitar for the guitarists! These guitars are available right here on our site! Feel free to check out our entire stock of exclusive Fender Custom Shop guitars as well!

Have a look at the set of photos below showcasing two of these Fender Custom Shop beauties!

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Hardtop Strats (5 of 11)

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Hardtop Strats (2 of 3)

Hardtop Strats (1 of 1)

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Hardtop Strats (4 of 11)

Hardtop Strats (3 of 11)

Hardtop Strats (11 of 11)

Hardtop Strats (1 of 11)

Oct 08

Tom Petty Kingman Main 2

The Fender Acoustic Custom Shop is very proud to introduce the limited edition Tom Petty Kingman dreadnought, beautifully crafted with the famed singer/songwriter’s personal style and specs and bearing his signature on the back of the headstock and on the soundhole label. With the Heartbreakers, the Traveling Wilburys, on his own and more, Petty has crafted hit after smartly infectious hit for five decades now, and the Tom Petty Kingman is a great-looking, rich-sounding tribute to one of rock’s most enduringly acclaimed figures. Have a look below for all of the special features as well as the full spec-list for this guitar. For info on ordering, feel free to contact our sales staff! While your here, check out our inventory of Fender Custom Shop Guitars on our site!



The Tom Petty Kingman guitar’s AA Sitka spruce top resonates delightfully

alongside warm, balanced genuine mahogany back and sides.



Petty tweaked his Fishman® VT-2 pickup/preamp system with the addition

of two top-mounted control knobs, a feature typically seen on ’60s-style acoustic guitars.



For retro-style resonance and a natural feel, the Tom Petty Kingman

comes lacquered with a thin nitrocellulose finish.



A ’62 Stratocaster headstock adorns a classic “C” shaped

neck, glossed with a “Midas gold” finish.



Petty gave his namesake instrument a true seal of approval, with a genuine

signature inside the soundbox alongside a handwritten serial number.


Body Material: Solid AA Sitka Spruce Top with Genuine Mahogany Back and Sides
Body Finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Body Shape: Dreadnought
Bracing: Forward Shifted Scalloped X
Rosette: Checkerboard
Body Binding: Ivoroid
Body Back: Solid Mahogany
Body Sides: Solid Mahogany
Body Top: Solid AA Sitka Spruce
Purfling: Black/White/Black
Neck Material: 1-Piece Maple
Neck Finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Neck Shape: “C” Shape
Scale Length: 25.625″ (650.8 mm)
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Fingerboard Radius: 10″ (254 mm)
Number of Frets: 20
Fret Size: Vintage-Style
String Nut: Bone
Nut Width: 1.7″ (43.2 mm)
Position Inlays: Vintage Clay Dot
Sep 30


Visit us on Thursday, October 16th at 6pm when the Fender & Gretsch Custom Shop Roadshow makes their annual New York stop at The Zoo! We’ll be showcasing a ton of rare Fender and Gretsch Custom Shop guitars for all of you to check out. You’ll also have the chance to meet Dale Wilson and Stephen Stern, two of the amazing Master Builders from the Fender Custom Shop. They will be joining us for the day to answer some of your questions as well as build a guitar right before your eyes! Last but not least… get ready for it… we’ll be giving away a Fender Custom Shop ’54 Heavy Relic Two-Tone Sunburst Strat! (retail price: $5899.99) But you must be present to enter and win, so be sure to get here for your chance to own this beautiful guitar! Don’t miss out!

Aug 22

Fender versus Shelby Main Image

We’ve always lusted after the 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H that lives in the stable of cars just beneath the Music Zoo. It’s owned by the Zoo’s landlord, Howard Kroplick, a car collector who knows the way to our hearts via a pretty amazing collection of vintage cars. With its Wimbledon White finish and gold Le Mans stripes, Ford Mustang GT “Fastback” body style, and car-isma that nearly had us forgetting that guitars ever existed, Howard’s car and its ilk epitomized automobile greatness. It’s these cars that paved the road for those incredible Detroit muscle cars that came in the next few years, among them the Camaro, GTO, Barracuda, and AMC Javelin.

Car culture was beyond huge in the ‘60s, and the automobile mystique seemed to tie-in with everything, including guitars. It wouldn’t be long before the racing car motif found its way onto ’69 Fender Mustangs with competition “racing” stripes. Meanwhile, the off-white and gold mashup bridged the connection of cars and guitars when a very, very rare Fender Custom Shop guitar built specially for Reverend Billy Gibbons showed up at our door. We realized there was a Cars and Guitars hookup that had to happen.

We’ll start with the car since it was here first. On first glance, the casual passerby might think, “Okay, a vintage Ford Mustang with racing stripes.” Howard’s car is actually a 1966 Shelby Mustang. Certainly, the GT350 began life in a Ford factory in San Jose, California before making its way to the garage of race car legend Carroll Shelby, whose Shelby American company would modify the cars with custom Magnum 500 wheels, disc brakes, a Cobra engine (water-cooled V8 with overhead valves and 306 hp at 6000 rpms), high-performance shocks, and a torque-controlled rear axle.

Of the 2,370 GT350s acquired by Shelby, 999 were specially modified for the Hertz Sports Car Club, which invited card-carrying Hertz car rental customers the privilege of driving a Shelby modified racing car, for $17 dollars a day and 17 cents per mile. “Business travelers whoMustang Main (1 of 1) want a change in pace in motoring, sports car owners away from home, vacationers who consider driving an enjoyable holiday sport,” read Hertz’s advertisement. You can tell that its 1966, and traffic wasn’t what it is now. The GT350 earned the “H” designation for the purpose of distinguishing it as a Hertz rental car. Another tell-tale indicator of this car—and any other Mustang, new or old, is the gold racing stripes throughout. The gold stripes specifically indicate that the car is a Hertz rental, along with the standard automatic transmission. Kroplick acquired the GT350H in 2004 at an auto auction, the first car in a collection that also includes the famed 1909 Alco Racer that we profiled in the Cars and Guitars: Beauty and the Beast article that we published as a blog in July, 2014. Vroom! Let’s now turn our attention to the guitar.

Approximately three years ago, guitar journalist Tom Wheeler created a meticulous and detailed coffee table book that celebrated the Fender Custom Shop and its one-of-a kind guitars. Titled “The Dream Factory: Fender Custom Shop”, it captures some of the most fantastic, inconceivable solid-body Fender guitars ever created. Interviewed within are a cast of artisans involved in making the Custom Shop guitars such as jewelers, graffiti artists, fire breathers (just kidding!), wood carvers, pinstripers, pearl inlay artists, and a master luthier or two.

One of these master luthiers is Chris Fleming, a Music Zoo friend and Custom Shop veteran who’s built many incredible guitar imaginings for players such as Billy F. Gibbons—a guy known for his hardly unordinary guitars. In the “Dream Factory’s” introduction—written by Gibbons—he describes a visit to the Custom Shop to pick up three new instruments that he commissioned Fleming to build. Gibbons took two and left one behind with Fender Custom’s Mike Eldred, and much later the guitar made its way to The Music Zoo.

So what is it? In essence it’s a Fender Custom Shop Billy Gibbons Stratocaster. One of us—okay, this writer in fact—have called it the “Fender Custom Shop Duo-Strato-Tele” because it draws inspiration from three distinctly Fender designs: The late 1950s-era Fender Duo-Sonic (and Mustang Shoot (4 of 7)single-pickup Musicmaster), the Stratocaster, and the Telecaster. Fleming essentially took a Stratocaster’s contoured body, pickguard shape, the slanted bridge pickup, and Strat control knobs, and combined it with a Telecaster neck. The pièce de résitance, however, is the late ‘50s classic, eight-screw gold anodized pickguard which perfectly completes the look. And, all you have to do is hold this thing to realize it’s the greatest guitar of all time, or at least that moment in time; a feeling similar to watching a guitar master like Jeff Beck, when all sense of temporality is paused and for that distinct moment he’s the only guitarist that matters. And then the bubble pops.

The Gibbons Strat was built by Fleming with an ultra-lightweight ash body, perfect for Gibbons who always plays guitars as close to featherweight as possible. There’s an aged maple neck with a Tele headstock, 9.5” radius, a big soft “V” profile, and 21 big 6105 frets. The pickup is a custom-wound and noiseless stacked humbucker pickup. Electronics also feature a volume control and a Greasebucket tone control that allows Billy G. to retain top end when he lowers the guitar’s volume. Then there’s a chrome vintage-style hardtail bridge that aesthetically compliments the gold pickguard. Finally, the Sperzel non-locking tuners have pearloid knobs that subtly blend in with the entire color story. And them’s just the parts; Chris Fleming’s brilliance as a guitar builder is evident with the Gibbons Strat’s brilliant aging. He could probably be on staff at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art doing anti-restoration or aging if he wanted. Let’s start with the body and its translucent Vintage Blonde finish, which is lacquer-checked throughout and aged such that a slightly brown-ish discoloration appears in all the right places: near screws on the side-mounted jack plate, on the tummy cut, on the body’s edges and cutaways. The very subtle dings and marks here and there have the kind of slight discoloration that would normally happen over time. Meanwhile, the neck is aged to show heavy player wear and lacquer checking, and Fleming even captured the time-honored discoloration around the frets that occurs with vintage guitars. Yep, exquisite is the word.

As we said earlier, playing the Gibbons Strat is like suspending the space-time continuum. That lightweight ash body contributes to amazing acoustic transparency and presence. And plugged in, it’s bridge-pickup Stratsville all the way—somewhat hot, but combined with the natural sustain Strat Edits (7 of 7)and acoustic properties you’ll hear amazing harmonic detail and nuances. Up the amp gain and this guitar growls and barks. Hit some nice broken chords while picking close to the bridge and it’s too beautiful for words. The sonic detail is the result of the lightweight ash, that great Strat-like custom-wound “hot” single-coil, and a whole lotta mojo and x-factor that we can’t pinpoint. Often, great guitars—and great American cars from Detroit’s golden era of high-quality, high-performance design—just have that…thing! Hats off to Ford, Carroll Shelby, Leo Fender and Chris Fleming, and Reverend Billy for helping to make American design and culture the envy of the world.

Written By Mike Bieber

Photographs By Walter Bryant

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Apr 03

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Since the very beginning of time – we think it’s fair to say around the same time the solid body guitar was invented – there has always been Fender.  Fender’s reputation in the industry is so deep, so meaningful, and so steeped in history that we won’t even attempt to characterize it here.   Instead, we can show you what it’s all about by diving straight into the creative beating heart of the brand.  There’s Fender, and then there’s Fender Custom Shop.  There’s Fender Custom Shop, and then there’s Fender Masterbuilt.  This is the magical world of wood and steel where the best builders chase the dreams of the finest guitarists to produce some of the most amazing instruments the world has ever seen.  If you’ve ever had the chance to play or own a Masterbuilt guitar, you know it came from somewhere special.  Join us as we go inside, and meet the men and woman who dwell in the realm of the Masterbuilders.

Want to see some Masterbuilt masterpieces you can own right now?  Check out our selection of in-stock Fender Masterbuilt guitars here.

Feb 03


2014 marks the 60th Anniversary of one of the absolute legendary guitars of all time, the 1954 Fender Stratocaster.  It’s hard to imagine the world without the Strat; it has become so ubiquitous in our culture that it feels like it’s been around for centuries.  For this very special occasion Fender will be producing a year-long Custom Shop run of the 2014 Heavy Relic 1954 Custom Shop Stratocaster.  This guitar looks the part, like you just discovered it in the back of the world’s greatest pawn shop.  But Fender has learned a couple things in the last 60 years and it’s got a few modern touches as well, like the 9.5″ radius fretboard sporting 6105 fretwire for easy playability, and a modern 5-way switch.  This is a highly collectible anniversary guitar you can cherish and gig with at the same time.  Want to order one?  Get in touch with our sales team at sales@themusiczoo.com.

From Fender: The Fender Custom Shop celebrates the diamond jubilee of the world’s greatest electric guitar with the 60th Anniversary 1954 Heavy Relic Stratocaster guitar. This special guitar honors the Stratocaster’s very first model year and is finely crafted with a rich selection of features and appointments, in addition to a heavy relic treatment that evokes decades of use, abuse and hard-fought wear and tear.

The one-piece ash body features a battered nitrocellulose lacquer finish in the model’s original 2-Color Sunburst. The one-piece quartersawn maple neck has a comfortable 1954 “U”-shaped profile and tinted lacquer finish, and the maple fingerboard has a 9.5” radius and 21 6105 frets for smooth modern playability. Three 1954 single-coil Stratocaster pickups deliver a singing original-era voice. Other features include modern five-way pickup switching, a single-ply white pickguard, synchronized tremolo bridge with six “patent pending” saddles and serial number-stamped tremolo backplate (a special 1954 touch), vintage-style tuners and nickel- chrome hardware. The guitar comes in a tweed “center-pocket” case with Stratocaster 60th anniversary embroidery and an included 60th anniversary commemorative book.






BODY One-Piece Ash

FINISH  Relic Nitrocellulose Lacquer

BRIDGE  Synchronized Tremolo Bridge with Six “Patent Pending” Saddles

PICKUPS  1954 Single-Coil Stratocaster (Bridge, Middle and Neck)

NECK  One-Piece Quartersawn Maple

FINGERBOARD   Maple, 9.5″ (241 mm) Radius

FRETS  21, Narrow Jumbo

CONTROLS  Master Volume, Tone 1. (Neck Pickup), Tone 2.

HARDWARE  Nickel/Chrome

INCLUDED  Tweed “Center-Pocket” Case with Stratocaster 60th Anniversary Embroidery and an Included 60th Anniversary Commemorative Book 



Jan 24

namm 2014 fender

We are bummed that the perfectly timed POLAR VORTEX SNOWPOCALYPSE that nailed the east coast this week prevented us from making our usual trip out to the NAMM show this year, but Fender helped us feel better about it by putting together an amazing assortment of super cool guitars and basses that will be coming to The Music Zoo after the NAMM show.  These are on display in Anaheim right now, and all will be available for sale through the Zoo.  Thanks to Joe Reynoso for helping us with the pictures of these instruments.  Interested in one of these?  Get in touch with sales@themusiczoo.com.  First come, first served!

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DOUBLE NECK TELE® NOS ONE OFF   MASTERBUILT -­‐ JOHN CRUZ -­‐ Amber Burst-­‐ Okume Body, 4A Bastogne Walnut Top, Mahogany Neck, Dark Rosewood Fretboard, 6105 Frets, 12″ Radius, Large “C” Neck Shape, Handwound Twisted Tele Neck Pickup, Handwound Broadcaster Bridge Pickup, TV Jones Pickups on 12-­‐String


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TORTOISE COVERED TELE® NOS  MASTERBUILT -­‐ DENNIS GALUSZKA -­‐ Tortoise Shell -­‐ Entire alder body covered in 1 ply tortoise shell material, double bound in ivoroid; 1 ply ivoroid p/g; Nocaster neck p/u; Broadcaster bridge p/u; tortoise covered knobs; tortoise bobbin on bridge p/u; AAA 1 piece birdseye neck; 7.25″ radius; vintage frets; Big C shape


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BUCKEYE BURL CABRONITA® NOS   MASTERBUILT -­‐ DALE WILSON -­‐ NATURAL -­‐ Lightly flamed ash body; buckeye burl top; rear loaded electronics; TV Jones pick up; American Std hardtail bridge; 1/4 sawn AAAA flame maple neck; 9.5 radius; 21 6105 frets; abalone dot inlay; ’52 TELE neck shape


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DOUBLE BOUND SLAB BODY STRAT® NOCASTER BLONDE -­‐ Lightweight Okume Slab Body w/ Flame Top, Double Bound Body, Urethane Finish, Trans Cherry Back & Sides, Custom Deluxe Bridge, Schaller Tuners, Present Day Wiring, 5 Way Switch, Tinted AAA Flame Maple Neck, Dark Rosewood Fretboard, 6105 Frets, 9.5″ Radius, Bone Nut, 65 Strat C Neckshape, 3 Ply Parchment PG, 1969 Neck Pickup, RWRP 1969 Mid Pickup, Texas Special Bridge Pickup


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 50s TELE®LIGHT RELIC  MASTERBUILT -­‐ YURIY SHISHKOV -­‐ Dark Lake Placid Blue -­‐ Alder Body, Light Relic Lacquer Finish, 1-­‐Piece Quartersawn Maple Neck, Vintage Frets, 7.25″ Radius, Mid 60’s Oval “C” Neck Shape, ’51 Nocaster Pickups, Modern Wiring


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NOS 55 STRAT® -­‐ ONE OFF  MASTERBUILT -­‐ JOHN CRUZ -­‐ Trans Honey Burst -­‐ AA Flame Ash Body, Lacquer Finish, 1-­‐Piece AA Flame Maple Neck, 6105 Frets, 9.5″ Radius, ’55 Strat “U” Neck Shape, Handwound 50’s Strat Pickups, Blend Knob


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Aged Vintage White “L” SERIES 1964 PBASS® HEAVY RELIC-­‐ L-­‐Series Neckplate -­‐ Heavy RelicTM Lacquer Finish; Alder Body; Quartersawn Maple Neck with a P Bass “C” Back-­‐ Shape; Round-­‐Lam Rosewood Fingerboard with a 7.25″ Radius; Vintge Frets; Precision Bass Pickups; Stock Wiring; Tortoise Shell Pickguard; Vintage Hardware; Round String Tree; Brown Tolex Case

PICTURE COMING SOON  Shoreline Gold “L” SERIES 1964 STRAT® CLOSET CLASSIC -­‐ L-­‐Series Neckplate -­‐ Closet Classic Lacquer Finish; Alder Body; Maple Neck with an Early ’60s “C” Back-­‐ Shape; Round-­‐Lam Rosewood Fingerboard with a 7.25″ Radius; Vintge Frets; Hand-­‐Wound Pickups; 5 Way Switch with Stock Wiring; 3-­‐Ply Mint Green Pickguard; Vintage Hardware; Wing String Tree; Brown Tolex Case

PICTURE COMING SOON  SPRUCE STRAT®NOS  MASTERBUILT -­‐ GREG FESSLER -­‐White Blonde Burst -­‐ Spruce Body, Lacquer Finish, 5A Flame Quartersawn Maple Neck, Dark Rosewood Fretboard, 6105 Frets, 9.5″ Radius, Large “C” Neck Shape, Handwound Jaguar Pickups, Rear Loaded Electronics

PICTURE COMING SOON  Sunset Orange Trans DOUBLE BOUND SLAB BODY STRAT® -­‐ Lightweight Okume Slab Body w/ Flame Top, Double Bound Body, Urethane Finish, Trans Cherry Back & Sides, Custom Deluxe Bridge, Schaller Tuners, Present Day Wiring, 5 Way Switch, Tinted AAA Flame Maple Neck, Dark Rosewood Fretboard, 6105 Frets, 9.5″ Radius, Bone Nut, 65 Strat C Neckshape, 3 Ply Parchment PG, 1969 Neck Pickup, RWRP 1969 Mid Pickup, Texas Special Bridge Pickup

PICTURE COMING SOON  Emerald Green Trans DOUBLE BOUND SLAB BODY STRAT® -­‐ Lightweight Okume Slab Body w/ Flame Top, Double Bound Body, Urethane Finish, Trans Cherry Back & Sides, Custom Deluxe Bridge, Schaller Tuners, Present Day Wiring, 5 Way Switch, Tinted AAA Flame Maple Neck, Dark Rosewood Fretboard, 6105 Frets, 9.5″ Radius, Bone Nut, 65 Strat C Neckshape, 3 Ply Parchment PG, 1969 Neck Pickup, RWRP 1969 Mid Pickup, Texas Special Bridge Pickup

PICTURE COMING SOON  Purple Trans    DOUBLE BOUND SLAB BODY STRAT® -­‐ Lightweight Okume Slab Body w/ Flame Top, Double Bound Body, Urethane Finish, Trans Cherry Back & Sides, Custom Deluxe Bridge, Schaller Tuners, Present Day Wiring, 5 Way Switch, Tinted AAA Flame Maple Neck, Dark Rosewood Fretboard, 6105 Frets, 9.5″ Radius, Bone Nut, 65 Strat C Neckshape, 3 Ply Parchment PG, 1969 Neck Pickup, RWRP 1969 Mid Pickup, Texas Special Bridge Pickup

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