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8 Brilliant 51 Nocaster 3, Switch Wiring Solutions

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Brilliant 51 Nocaster 3, Switch Wiring Solutions - Different highlights consist of a 9.Five”-radius fingerboard, 6105 frets, fat ‘50s tele wiring, three-way switch, ’fifty one-’fifty four bridge with brass saddles, vintage-fashion tuning machines, bone nut and spherical string tree. Consists of deluxe hardshell case, strap and certificate of authenticity.

An elusive legend amongst fender® aficionados, the nocaster® has an exciting records. At first called the “broadcaster” at some point of its initial production run in ’50, it became renamed after a request from the gretsch employer, which presented a drum set named “broadkaster”. As a value-saving degree fender® in reality cut the name off the headstock label with scissors, leaving just the famous fender emblem till past due ‘51 once they obtained their new name, telecaster®. The shortage of version call led to those guitars being christened “nocasters” by means of collectors—only a few had been produced and their sound and experience are mythical amongst players who understand.

Iconically named for the fast-lived run in early to mid 1951 whilst fender was trimming their (now telecaster) headstock decals of the model call, the nocaster, anticipated in sub-500 production numbers, fast became a prized collector item. With so few in circulation and such adoration for these rare and storied guitars, fender is bringing returned the legend of the nocaster, this time, for the player. The fender custom keep nocaster relic with modern-day specifications has the presence of an generation piece however with present day playability. Built with a lightweight ash body ringing in at an impressive 6.3 lbs overall, the stability on this guitar is first-rate. Its tinted 1-piece maple neck is modeled after the hefty ’fifty one “u” neck shape that is as complete in hand as its custom keep nocaster pickups (w/ current wiring) are in tone. To in addition the benefit of playing, the 9.Five” radius board makes shredding the whole thing from rock to us of a sincerely a pride. Fender has spared no element in the undertaking of this celebrated model, from the antique hardware and end, to the accurately relic-ed frame, neck, and fingerboard. Unusually enough, this precise guitar came from the custom keep without the “telecaster” half of the sticky label trimmed. Intentional? Oversight? One-off? Even we don’t understand. Relive a chunk of fender’s mythical history with this appropriate and terrific playing guitar. Specifications: shade: nocaster blonde frame end: nitrocellulose lacquer body fabric: light-weight ash neck: 1-piece maple, ’51 nocaster “u” no. Of frets:  21 be troubled length: dunlop ® 6105 slender jumbo fingerboard: maple, nine.5" (24.1 cm) neck end: lacquer end width at nut: 1.650" (forty two mm) scale period: 25.5" (64.8 cm) pickup configuration: s/s bridge pickup: custom save nocaster neck pickup: custom keep nocaster pickup switching: three-manner controls: master extent, grasp tone, contemporary wiring hardware end: vintage bridge: vintage fashion tailpiece w/ 3 special layout brass saddles tuning machines: fender/gotoh vintage style nut: bone consists of: molded hardshell case, cable, strap, and certificates of authenticity weight: 6.30 lbs.