Fender's Sixty-Six comes fresh out of their all-new Alternate Reality series, which pairs imaginative design and classic Fender sensibility into unique, bold instruments. The Sixty-Six is essentially an electric guitar with a down-sized Jazz Bass body, but that's only part of the story. With its incredibly flexible HSS pickup configuration, you can get a huge variety of tones out of this guitar. The Player Series pickups do a great job at recreating classic Tele tones with the single-coils in the middle and neck, while the Alnico 2 humbucker in the bridge delivers more chunk when you need it most. Simple controls include a Master Volume and Master Tone knob, along with five-way blade switching. Plus, the Modern "C" shaped neck and vintage-style hardware make it a blast to play. With its unique vibe and versatile tone, the Alternate Reality Sixty-Six is a formidable axe worthy of any player's attention.
Cosmetic Condition: Excellent overall condition. This guitar shows little to no signs of wear, and includes the Cream City Music signature setup, so it gets a fresh set of strings and low action with no fret buzz.
Neck: Maple neck and maple fingerboard with black dot inlays. Vintage-Style tuners, 25.5" scale length, 9.5" radius, 22 Medium Jumbo frets, and 1.650" nut width.
Body: Ash body, finished in Daphne Blue. 6-Saddle Vintage-Style Synchronized Tremolo bridge, Nickel/Chrome hardware, and Vintage Style Black Plastic Jazz Bass control knobs.
Electronics: Player Series Alnico 2 Humbucking bridge pickup plus two Player Series Alnico 5 Tele Single-Coil pickups in the middle and neck positions. 5-position blade switching, Master Volume, and Master Tone.
Case: Cream City Music gigbag included.
Weight: 7 lbs. 14.4 oz.
Why We Love Fender
It's hard to find a name more synonymous with guitars than Fender. Ever since Leo Fender burst onto the scene with his now-iconic Telecaster, Fender guitars have found homes in the hands of brand new guitar players and seasoned rock stars. When the headstock says Fender, you know you're getting a quality instrument.