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Fender Custom Shop Ritchie Blackmore Relic Stratocaster ’14 (Milwaukee 608-790-9816)

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Price: $4,495.00

Condition: Used
Item Code: R76801.

Product Description

Relic Black Excellent condition with original case, case candy and COA

The Fender Custom Shop Ritchie Blackmore Tribute Stratocaster has a two-piece alder body with a lightly worn Black urethane finish, a “U”-shaped maple neck, 7.25″-radius maple fingerboard with medium jumbo frets, and Handwound, Custom ’68 Stratocaster pickups. Other distinctive features include three-way pickup switching, Schaller® tuners, four-bolt neck plate stamped with the serial number and the stylized Fender “F,” and a vintage-style synchronized tremolo equipped with Blackmore’s distinctive custom ¼” trem arm.

Nut Width – 1.660”

1st Fret Depth – .87″

12th Fret Depth – .96″

Fret Size – .109 x .039

Neck Pickup – 5.22K

Middle Pickup – 5.22K

Bridge Pickup – 5.49K

Weight- 7.5 lbs


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