This incredible 1965 Journeyman Stratocaster features a light relic job, exceptional playability, and a blend of new and old Strat design to deliver a wonderful in-hand feel and tone. Its lightweight two-piece alder body connects with a quartersawn maple 1965 "C" neck for smooth fretting-hand feel across the 6105 Narrow Jumbo-fretted maple fingerboard. Sonically, you're dealing with a Custom Shop Hand-Wound '65 Single-Coil Strat in both the neck and bridge, which churn out the vintage Strat tone you know and love, while the middle pickup, a Custom Shop Hand-Wound '65 RWRP Single-Coil Strat, is reverse-wound and reverse-polarity for extra tonal versatility. Plus, it's vintage-style hardware, eggshell pickguard, and Faded Aged Surf Green finish give it a classic look to go along with its vintage tone and feel.
Cosmetic Condition: Excellent overall condition. Despite this guitar's relic'd nature, there are no signs of wear on the guitar. Plus, it comes with fresh strings and low action, courtesy of Cream City Music's Signature Setup!
Neck: Quartersawn Maple neck with 1965 "C" profile. Maple fingerboard with 25.5" scale length, 9.5" radius, 21 6105 Narrow Jumbo frets, 1.650" nut width, and black dot inlays.
Body: Alder body with Faded Aged Surf Green lacquer finish. American Vintage Synchronized Tremolo bridge, 3-Ply eggshell pickguard, and Nickel/Chrome Closet Classic hardware finish.
Electronics: 2x Custom Shop Hand-Wound '65 Single-Coil Strat pickups in the bridge and neck, with a Custom Shop Hand-Wound '65 RWRP Single-Coil Strat in the middle.
Case: Original Fender hardshell case included.
Weight: 7 lbs. 15.6 oz.