1991 Fender Prodigy "Super Strat" With USA Kahler Spider Locking Tremolo Metallic Red Black Hardware

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MIMOSA MUSIC
Nashville, TN, United States
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For your consideration today is a 1991 Fender Prodigy. In the early late 80's and early 90's Fender jumped on the "Super Strat" bandwagon. This is a pretty cool Made in the USA guitar that features a USA Kahler Tremolo locking tremolo and the H/S/S pickup configuration. This one could use a set up. The action is low in the first 5 frets but starts getting high after that. I am assuming the neck needs to be shimmed.  The neck is straight and the frets are in good shape but do show some wear. Weighs in at 8
 lbs 4.1 oz on my digital scale.  Comes with an aftermarket gig bag but will be packed to withstand a 400 pound delivery guy. Don't waste your money on the stock market. Instead of a piece of paper, get yourself a great guitar. If you are looking for one of these from a trusted seller, look no further.
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