JV SQUIER SST-50 (1982) by fender japan

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you can view this beautiful instrument also on HERE!

near mint
3tone sunburst / poly finish
maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, C-profile neck
2piece alder body
vintage style tremolo with ‘fender’ stamped saddless and zinc alloy block
(D)-stamped into the neck pocket which indicates domestic model JV-Squier
3-way (DM-30) pickup selector switch(commonly found on guitars from 1982)
excellent SQ-5 hot Rod pickups (Japan)
vintage Kluson style tuners


Note: this is a top of the line domestic JV Squier model(not export model)
with “modern” style radius and good quality harware/parts,
most of the export models has more “correct” vintage specs
incl. 7.25″ radius and U.S. made (vintage cloth wire) pickups,
rosewood fingerboard models were ’62 strat copies and maple necks
were ’57 copies


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