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Vision 1960s Japanese electric guitar

Product Description

A simple no-nonsense 1960s Japanese budget guitar - no name on the headstock, but sometimes seen badged as "Vision". This is 100% - no missing parts, no dodgy electrics and a very typical Japanese 1960s budget electric guitar.

Skinny lightweight plywood body, original hardware apart from chromed steel replacement trem arm and new Van Gent strap buttons. Rosewood veneered fretboard - flat (no radius) so ideal for playing slide, but this doesn't mean crazy high action, it is perfectly playable. The neck has been shimmed slightly to give decent break angle over the bridge and to leave some adjustment - the playability was never great when they came out of the factory, so this is an often-overlooked tweak. Twin single coil pickups, with Jaguar-style on-off switches and period replaement tone and volume knobs. 24 3/4 inch scale, with zero fret.

It's been around the block a bit, but after all, it is around 50 years old. It has been cleaned, the mechanical and electrical components have been checked and serviced, it's had a new set of strings and been set-up. The result is a tidy looking guitar with no issues that plays and sounds just great.

It's all as it should be, and I pride myself in sorting out these details properly - no bodges, no things left undone or missing.

Fresh d'Addario XL nickel wound .010 strings.

All in all it's a cool little guitar with no issues - an interesting addition to any collection, or simply a great guitar to play and enjoy.

£85.00
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