1985 Fender Japan Esprit Set Neck Double Cutaway (Black) w/Hard Case
The brainchild of Fender's famous visionary, Dan Smith. The Esprit was part of the Master series of the mid 1980's and was designed to be high a quality alternative to Gibson's hollow-body models, rather than a direct clone. These were made in Japan and feature a symmetrical chambered alder body with a maple top and smoothly contoured set-neck, weighs 3.8kg's. Factory loaded with special designed Schaller pickups, it's capable of a huge range of tones that were previously unobtainable on a Fender.
Robben Ford notably started using and endorsing the Esprit, which led to the creation of his signature model in the late 80's. It's estimated that only a few thousand of the master series guitars were produced, meaning there was likely only a few hundred Esprit models in existence.
Good used condition with buckle rash on the back of the body. The top is in good condition with minimal cosmetic wear. Neck is straight and smooth and plays great with a low action. Frets have plenty of life left. Bridge/tailpiece were replaced by the previous owner, otherwise appears to be all original. Includes a fitted hard case.
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