Body: Hollow laminate
Neck: Maple neck with 1 3/4" wide nut with tinted fretboard and pearloid dot inlays
Pickups/Hardware: Two single coils, three-way pickup selector switch, and volume and tone controls
Cosmetic Condition: The body looks good, there's just a few minor scratches, mostly on the back and sides. The neck is still very glossy and clean and the headstock just shows some typical wear around the top edge. This Stratotone is gorgeous!
Playability: The strings are at a medium height, play great, and fret clearly.
Weight: 4lbs 12oz
Case: Non-original chipboard
This H44 is part of a limited edition in Margarita Green and is only one of twenty-four made!
The 1950s Stratotone H44 was one of the coolest blues/slide guitars ever made that featured a short body with a FAT neck. The originals are becoming very hard to find and hard to play! Eastwood has improved the pickups and the stability of the neck but kept all the vintage appeal of the original. Better than the real thing!
As down-home and sophisticated as the city it's named for, the Deluxe Nashville Tele® guitar comes with a Tex-Mex™ Stratocaster pickup in between two Tex-Mex Telecaster pickups. This array, combined with five-way Strat-o-Tone™ switching, makes it one of the most versatile Telecaster models we make. Features include ash (Amber, Honey Blonde) or alder (Candy Apple Red, Brown Sunburst) body, maple or rosewood fingerboard with medium jumbo frets, brown shell pickguard, vintage-style tuners and vintage-style six-saddle bridge.
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