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Fender Esquire Blonde 1957 (s993)



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Body: Ash ("8-57" inside bridge pickup route)

Neck: Maple neck and fretboard with a rounded-V profile, 1 5/8” wide nut, 7.25” radius, and dot inlays ("8-57" pencil mark, serial number dates to 1957)

Pickups/Hardware: Kluson-Deluxe tuners, one single-coil (rated at 6.5kOhms), three-way tone selector switch, volume and tone controls

Cosmetic Condition: The finish is looking good for its age with some dings and chips around the sides but only minor play wear on the top. The back has some signs of buckle rash but no major damage to the body itself. The neck is glossy for the most part with mostly minor blemishes here and there. The headstock has some slight wear along the edges and back but overall it is very clean. This Esquire has held up beautifully over the years and has plenty of life left in it!

Playability: The strings are nice and low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board. The frets are very small.

Modifications/Repairs: Chrome is coming off of the neck plate

Weight: 7lbs 15oz

Case: Original hardshell with ashtray cover and vintage strap

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