This guitar has some cool patina on it.  The stories it could tell.  It was purchased new from Macpherson Music in Ketchikan Alaska and somehow made its way to Fairbanks prior to me purchasing it a while ago.  However I simply did not fall in love with it like I had hoped.  It is a CX291 and is all original with the exception of the pickups that were swapped out.  The entire pickup set and wiring was carefully taken (prior to my ownership) out of a USA Fender Stratocaster and placed in this guitar complete with a push pull volume.  All of the original wiring, pickups, pots, and etc is included with the guitar.  It plays really well and stays in tune for the most part but could use a proper setup of you are a nit pick.  It has the typical range of tones you would expect from a strat and the rosewood board really adds to that.  It has recent strings 9's NY XL.  I don't know much else about the axe other than what was relayed to me by the previous owner. 

There are some bumps and bruises which I tried to capture in the pictures. 

The guitar will be shipped in a gig bag and proper guitar box. If the shipping charge seems excessive please keep in mind I live in Alaska.

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Listeda year ago
ConditionGood (Used)
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  • CX291
  • Red
  • 1990
Made In
  • Japan
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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Anchorage, AK, United States
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