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Fender Pawn Shop 72 DISCONTINUED


Serial Number Varies as new; the guitar shown is T012068, built in Japan; serial number is located on neck at the heel.
Neck Maple neck with unbound rosewood finerboard, bullet-type truss rod adjuster, Fender ‘spaghetti’ type logo. Three-bolt micro-tilt adjustment.
Frets 21 Medium frets.
Body Alder semi-hollow body with one bound F-hole on the bass side.
Finish This one is surf green! Also available in sunburst.
Hardware/electronics Wide Range humbucker at the neck, ‘Enforcer’ pickup at the bridge. Fixed (non-trem) bridge with through-body stringing. Master volume and pickup blend control with center detent (no tone control or pickup switch).
Playability/Action This is a great playing guitar right out of the box! The weight is cut down due to the chambered body, but it’s got lots of sustain.
Case Fender gig bag included.
Comments NOTE: This instrument has been discontinued and is no longer available from Fender. This post remains for historical purposes only.
This is a very cool guitar, with looks reminiscent of a very early P-bass. The semi-hollow body makes for a very light and comfortable instrument, and adds a bit of resonance to the tonal character. It doesn’t really look like any other guitars and makes its own statement.


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