This is a ’55 version Telecaster with a V-neck shaped design and USA Vintage pickups.
Body is ash, neck is maple, and fingerboard is maple with 7.25″ radius.
The nut has been replaced, the frets have been scraped, and the pickup selector has been replaced.
The head, neck, and fingerboard have had extensive paint removal, exposing the wood, and some of the paint has lifted and discolored, and the exposed wood is noticeably darkened.
There are scratches and dents on the back of the neck, a slight bump at the top of the skunk line, and cracks in the paint at the neck joint.
There are many dents and whitish scratches on the body as a whole, dents are noticeable on the body end and sides, multiple peeling paint chips on the sides of the body, and rust, tarnish, and pits on the metal parts are noticeable.
The overall condition is good, although there is a strong sense of use.
Neck Condition: Good
Truss Rod: Tighten/Loosen direction has room.
Fret length: 60-70%.
Year of manufacture: 2004-2005
Country of manufacture: Japan
Case: Soft case/not genuine
Item Rank: B: Fairly scratched and used, but no problems in normal use.
Serial Number:Crafted in Japan R031987
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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.
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