Good neck in pretty nice shape

Boss gt-10 hook up

Mint in the box, appears to never have been used. Sounds good, built like a tank, and a good value on a dual-purpose unit. Modern looks, easy to install, sounds great. It also features a handy Trails switch that lets reverb decay - or cut off - when you bypass the unit. It's summertime when you need a string for the front porch jams.

Fresh recone by Vin-Tone with zero hours since repaired. Same as black set above except with ceramic magnets. Double cream bobbins with two rows of hex screws, just like DiMarzio.

Action is as low as a Gibson Les Paul Custom, and no dead spots anywhere. On the higher end metal guitar line, Kramer Americans outsold all other brands we carried by a mile. Because of this, it's very tricky to use this effectively with a locking nut. No extra holes or funny business.

The patina has yellowed but the lettering is nearly perfect. Humbucker in phase, humbucker out of phase, and single coil.

They also featured Boost functions on Bass, Mid, and Treble, via push-pull pots. It uses dedicated knobs for each parameter for fast, friendly operation, with four footswitches and Expression pedal for layout and operation much like a standard pedalboard.

Nice upgrade for your budget acoustic. You have the ability to adjust the parameters of every effect and a Tap button allows easy set up of time or modulation speed effects. This is very nice unit that can do it all in the studio or it also is excellent for stage use - and is very easy to get around on.

Includes manual andAppears to have spent its life

Includes manual and power supply. Appears to have spent its life in the box and is as clean as a new floor model. With a great in-house setup, it will arrive ready to jam, without the finger pain frequently associated with a string. Chrome plating is great shape.

Transforms your Strat into a more versatile instrument with a minimum of effort and cost. You can see by tweaking it, it's capable of producing some radical sounds. The body is an alder body, factory routed for a single humbucker, and has a walnut stain, nicely done, with the front buffed out, white the back is a satin finish. Although most of these had gold hardware, you might still need the saddles, since they are long out of production. The recone job is done with all proper parts and the job is immaculate.