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It also features Hagstom's patented H-expander truss rod which allows a low action and prevents neck twists or warpage.
This is probably the reason why so many of these play exceptionally well today.
Other features include a birch body and bolt-on neck with rosewood fretboard, Fender-style headstock and dot position markers, Van Ghent machine heads, and a unique but very useable Hagstrom-made tremolo bridge.
: If you're not familiar with my site, it's simple, and you'll love it or hate it: (1) This page has gear that has recently arrived; (2) Links at the bottom of this page take you to most of our gear, logically arranged by manufacturer or type, e.g. (3) Lastly, my contains a lot of gear that hasn't made it back to the proper pages yet and is sort of in limbo until I move it.No buckle scratches or pick scratches, no gold wear to speak of, no fret wear. At 00 this is a sweet deal for any Historic, let alone a 57 Custom.Includes custom shop case in similarly beautiful condition.You dont see many of these in this pastel blue which is very close to Fenders Daphne Blue, a vast majority are black, red or white. It has very low action and the single coil tone falls between a Strat and a P90 tone, although not as powerful as a P90.Overall in really nice shape with the only real flaws being the typical fine cracks in the Plexiglas around screws. Super nice find for the Hagstrom or vintage collector at 9. I bought this new many years ago, around the time everybody started using I-Pods, so I only used it once.It also features the classic Fender Tele bridge, outfitted with compensated brass barrel saddles for improved intonation.The bridge is an improved version of the 50's style with a lower lip that's nicely rounded for comfort, plus an abbreviated bridge cover that makes palm damping of the strings more comfortable without covering the pickup.Made in the 1960's, the wooden body has a vinyl covering with a raised Plexiglas top and large raised-even-more plastic pickguard.It features a single volume control, dual pickups, and controls for L (neck pickup on/off), H (bridge pickup on/off), Tone (bright switch), and Mute.Popular opinion is people love them or hate them...Some cabs dont sound as good with certain heads, so I figured I would drop this question here.