This Used Fender Custom Shop 64 Stratocaster Journeyman in Aged Daphne Blue is here on trade. The guitar is in great shape as it was purchased from CME earlier this year. The neck is straight, the frets are still crowned, and the truss rod functions properly. Included with the guitar are the original hardshell case and certificate of authenticity.
This guitar features a 63 Strat C-Shaped Neck that measures .810" at the 1st fret and .970" at the 12th. The neck is made from a 5/4 piece of Quarter-Sawn Maple that is topped with a rosewood fingerboard. A 9.5" fingerboard with 6105 frets provides a highly playable surface. 25.5" scale length and 1.650" nut width cover the neck numericals.
The body is made from Alder and the guitar weighs 8 lbs. The guitar is finished in Aged Daphne Blue and is relic'ed to a Journeyman level of distressing. This is the least amount of relic'ing offered by the Fender Custom Shop. A mint green pickguard compliments the look perfectly.
A trio of Handwound 64 Stratocaster Single-Coil Pickups are equipped in this Strat. They have a sweet warm, bell-like quality to them. The onboard controls are a master volume, 2 tone controls, and a 5-way pickup selector switch.
Nobody treats used guitars as we do at The Music Gallery! Every trade-in goes through an inspection, gets cleaned, then some fresh strings, and a full set-up before being put up for sale. We often even put guitars with worn frets through our Plek machine if need be! Rest assured, any Used Guitar from The Music Gallery has certainly passed its physical!