1985 Fender D'Aquisto Black

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Thunder Road Guitars
Seattle, WA, United States
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Up for sale is a super cool and quite rare 1985 Fender D'Anquisto in its original and hard to find black finish. 

The Fender D’Aquisto Standard was produced in Japan in limited quantities and features a number of D’Aquisto’s signature designs. The body is laminated maple and the soundboard has his original single point soundholes. All the appointments are rosewood, including a contoured tailpiece, an bridge, a narrow-bound pickguard and solid rosewood control knobs. Two specially designed Schaller humbucking pickups offers fat, classic jazz tone with superior feedback resistance. The dimensions similar to the ES-175. But the 16″ body is comfortable to hold with a sleek 2 3/4″ body depth The 24 3/4″ scale makes for smooth comfortable playing.

Overall this example is in very good to excellent condition less some light dings / dents, play wear and faint finish swirl. Pro setup in house and comes complete with a hard case.

Body: Laminated maple w/spruce top
Neck: Maple
Finish: Black
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Scale Length: 24 ¾”
Number of Frets: 20
Pickguard: Bound narrow
Bridge: adjustable compensated rosewood
Tuners: Fender sealed back
Pickups: Schaller humbucking
Controls: Volume, vol, tone, tone, 3-way pickup selector switch
Width at Nut: 1 11/16”
Radius: 10”

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