Metallic Electric Guitar

Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series

Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series

Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series    Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series
Features: Two single coils and a splittable humbucker 3 toggle switch selectors for 7 different positions plus a by-pass one (or standby-signal) Maple neck; medium size; not slim not too much chuncky but almost in the chuncky side, at least IMHO 22-frets 9.5 fretboard radius Bridge with the push-in pull-off whammy bar system technology (no threads) Three string locks at the nut Micro-tuners on the bridge for fine tuning adjustment. Metallized or metallic blue finish Dimensions; fretboard width at the nut: 1" 19/32 or 41 millimeters fretboard width at 12th fret: 2" or 51 mm fretboard width at 22nd fret: 2" 3/16 or 56 mm thickness of neck at the nut: 3/4" or 19 mm thickness of neck at 12th fret: 14/16" or 22 mm body thicknes 1" 3/4 or 45 mm. Pickups through my meter read like so: neck's = 7.99 K Ohms middle's = 8.29 K Ohms bridge's = 12 K Ohms. Over time this guitar has got a couple of scratches on the body bottom, scuffs on the tremolo-spring cover, a pair of barely noticeable dings and dents on the neck back, and a 2 inch-long chipped-out spot at the blue finish on the rear edge. The small chipped-out finish spot has been fixed by myself own by a little brush. Since I didn't find the same exact blue paint and since I used a brush instead of, say, spray, then my job has resulted pretty raw, crude or lumpy, but pretty functional anyway IMHO. Also, some frets - especially the ones from 2nd to 8th especially at the upper strings area - have got worn-out hence some buzz or rattleing & clanking metallic noise - nothing remarkable - might pop out especially if you use too light string gauges. This guitar can put out a brilliant solid clean and loud tone - especially in the humbucker position - and is really versatile and can easily face or manage every genres from jazz-fusion to shock-rock up to death-metal. You can listen at an identical one like mine - just red instead of blue - by watching for the Youtuber Morgan Creation and his called MrMorgan??????????? Or sveral other videos or samples in the Net. Pay attention: guitar is LOOSE; that case pictured - neither no one else - is NOT included. AND HAVE A LOOK AT MY OTHER ITEMS TOO! This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Electric Guitars". The seller is "electricalligator" and is located in this country: IT. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Size: 4/4
  • Body Color: Metallic Blue
  • String Configuration: 6 String
  • Model: Presented by SAEHAN GUITAR TECHNOLOGY
  • Model Year: Late 80's
  • Series: Stage Series
  • Type: Electric Guitar
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Handedness: Right-Handed
  • Brand: VESTER
  • Body Type: Solid


Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series    Vintage electric guitar Vester Stage Series