Please Note May Not Be Actual Gigbag Style But Will Be Fender Branded
Fender Vintera 60S Mustang Pau Ferro Lake Placid Blue Guitar
Brimming with vintage tone. The vintage '60s-style single coil Mustang pickups give you all the tonal firepower you could wish for. Full of vibrant '60s energy, they have been re-voiced to sound like their ancestors from that decade. The bridge pickups offers a bright, twangy, crystalline sound which fills the room with raunchy, seductive tones.
Switch to the neck pickup and you'll hear a slightly softer, warmer sounding voice, which articulates your riffs with perfect precision. You'll find that lead licks shine with emotion, whilst chords ring out with vibrance. You'll be able to infuse your music with a vintage vibe which you simply won't find anywhere else.
It's smooth as silk. The maple neck offers you the ultimate playing experience. Finely crafted to a 'Thin C' profile, you'll find that your hand fits comfortably around it. The gloss polyurethane finish gives your hand a smooth, comfortable ride as you change between fret positions. The maple wood itself also creates a beautifully bright resonance, helping to draw out the fullness of your notes.
On top of this pristine neck is a beautiful pau ferro fretboard – crafted to perfection. It allows your fingers to skate along each fret, whilst offering a deep, warm, balanced resonance. With these tools, your playing will feel fluid and tight, with no limitations.
It may be vintage style. But it's got features for every modern musician. There's a six-saddle vintage-style Mustang tremolo bridge to give you rock solid tuning stability. Vintage style tuning machines with white buttons also make changing your tuning quick and effortless. There's a synthetic bone nut for supreme resonance and string support. So you can be sure that you'll always sound your best. If you're looking to embrace your inner '60s spirit and explore the sound of this incredible decade, this guitar will put a big smile on your face.
This product has not been reviewed yet.