Fender Japan / ST650SPL Maple Black is in stock now!
This special limited edition model was made in 1988 at the Fujigen factory and is equipped with an American Standard bridge.
This is a very rare model that is said to have been created by using parts from the American Standard made in the U.S.A., which was partially manufactured in Japan starting in 1986.
The serial number is 87-88. There are various theories, but we have determined that it was manufactured in 1988. There is a 65 sticker on the back of the head.
Alder body, American standard bridge, ST-Current PU x 3, bi-flex truss rod.
This is a practical Strat that would later become the forerunner of the modern Strat. Missing arm and jumbo frets have been replaced.
The fretboard has some paint cracks, and there are some scratches and stains throughout.
It has been cleaned and adjusted after arrival and is in good playing condition.
Truss rod: No problem, confirmed to 60 degrees left and right.
Neck condition: Good
Case: Non-original soft case
Serial Number: Made In Japan G013920
Weight: Approx. 3.580kg
Item rank: B : Some scratches, but no problem in normal use
*** The shipping cost to most countries is included in the listed price ***
All musical instruments we sell have been checked and adjusted for playability. The pictures in the listings are of the actual item so please have a look for an idea of the cosmetic condition. As they are used instruments they may or may not have some scratches or wear to the finish. Please note: Ishibashi will not accept returns or refunds in the case of dents, scratches, or cosmetic wear that were orignally detailed either in the pictures or description. Thank you for your understanding.
Condition: Some scratches, dents and marks. If you would like to know more about this specific instrument, or have general questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Accessories: Please confirm the picture.
Precautions for electronic instruments that use a power supply
The voltage in Japan is 100 V, it is different from most of other countries, you need confirm the voltage of your country and in some cases you have to get locally an adaptor for converting the voltage before use it in your country.
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