1979 Yamaha Japan SF-500 Super Flighter Double Cutaway (Brown Sunburst)
Made in Japan by Yamaha in the late 1970's, the SF-500 was part of the Super Flighter range of unique double cutaway style models that could be vaguely compared to a hybrid between an Epiphone Wilshire and a Fender Stratocaster.
Mahogany/Taun sandwich body with a slim/medium mahogany neck and thick rosewood fingerboard, weighs 4kg's. 24 frets, Tune-O-Matic style bridge, 628mm (24.75") scale length, a 13.75" radius and Grover-style Yamaha branded tuners. Loaded with the original Yamaha F-II humbuckers and standard Les Paul wiring configuration.
Nice used vintage condition as pictured with basic signs of wear for it's age. Frets are shiny and play smooth with some light pitting/play wear, truss works well and the neck is straight. Hardware all adjusts as it should and the pots were flushed and move smoothly. Knobs and nut replaced by the previous owner otherwise it appears all original.
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