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1980s Kramer Focus F6000 - Electric Guitar Neck & Body Assembly - Shell Pink

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Tone House Studios
West Babylon, NY, United States
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1980s Kramer Focus F6000 - Electric Guitar Neck & Body Assembly - Shell Pink
For sale - a pre-assembled vintage Kramer Focus F6000 neck and body. The guitar is Japan made and is in great over all condition - just needs hardware and electronics loaded into it (no included). Not sure if this guitar was ever used or just a left over from the factory. Appears to have minimal cosmetic wear and frets are in great shape with plenty of life in them. Great project for a builder to get into.
Specifications:
Serial Number - B20027 | Scale Length - 25.5 | Radius - 14" | Weight - 5lbs 12oz | Country of Origin - Japan

When you purchase from Tone House Studios, your order will be thoroughly inspected and carefully packaged to ensure that your gear arrives in a timely and safely fashion. You will automatically receive tracking information as soon as we print the shipping label. Items typically ship out within 1-2 business days. Any accessories included will be stated in the listing.  All merchandise has been tested before listing. Any issues found are noted clearly in the description above.


Item will be professionally packed, shipped and insured to guarantee safe arrival


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