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Fender Japan & JV

  • Fender D'Aquisto Elite Archtop 1st release 1984 E523956
    SOLD Fender D'Aquisto Elite Archtop 1st release 1984 E523956
    Here's something you don't see every day. This is a first year Fender D'Aquisto Elite Archtop made in Japan in 1984. The serial # E523956 puts it in the first batch of Elite archtops that Fender made in a close partnership...
  • Fender Precision Bass Candy Apple Red 1984 JV 99886
    SOLD Fender Precision Bass Candy Apple Red 1984 JV 99886
    Not something we usually carry but we couldn't pass it up as there are so few JV Fenders available now.Finished in Candy Apple Red, this P Bass is in superb condition. A few surface scuffs and tiny marks. These are...
  • Fender Stratocaster Olympic White '72 RI 1985
    SOLD Fender Stratocaster Olympic White '72 RI 1985
    Magnificent MIJ 1972 Strat finished in Olympic White. Are Japanese Fenders actually collectable? In the early manufacturing years they're better than US Fenders. Let's think about that period of time; CBS had systematically...
  • Fender Stratocaster Sonic Blue '62 RI 1983 JV
    SOLD Fender Stratocaster Sonic Blue '62 RI 1983 JV
    Early 1983 Fender JV re-finished in aged Sonic Blue and otherwise original except rewired with CTS/CRL posts/switch. Tiger-stripe Maple neck/Rosewood fingerboard. Perfect frets, perfect action, beautiful patina.
  • Fender Telecaster '52 Blackguard RI
    SOLD Fender Telecaster '52 Blackguard RI "Terry" 1982 0327
    1982 was the first year of the Fender joint venture with Japanese manufacturers. It was also their first opportunity to reissue two classics; the Blackguard '52 Tele and the '62 Strat. Aparently the quality was astounding...
  • Fender Telecaster '68 Reissue Pink Paisley 1985
    SOLD Fender Telecaster '68 Reissue Pink Paisley 1985
    This is a superb, collector-quality Fender 1968 Reissue Pink Paisley Telecaster MIJ in 1985. The build quality is very, very good and for 23 years old, she still largely looks brand new. Features a slim, honey-coloured neck...
  • The Frankencaster 0.5
    SOLD The Frankencaster 0.5
    This is a true Frankencaster and we're not taking any responsibility for it..... It's not for the feint of heart, but it's an awesome players guitar built from a guitar graveyard. A Fender vintage-tint '57RI MIJ neck worn...

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