They did that up into the early 80’s
I have a 79/maybe 80 lead ii with the nitro headstock
Beautiful bright burst by the way!
Edit: after looking at a few maybe they stopped the headstock nitro around 80-81 but I’m not positive, maybe it is 79 so I may be spreading misinformation
Non of the above! They are ALL flat poles?!
Woe!!! I had a picture of one of those saved for some reason (like the one on the left) and had no clue where/when it came from, in a time of temporary insanity I must have saved it from that post
If it’s only got that one chip then I say it’s a decent price!
If that’s the original plastic on the guard it might have barely been played!
I’d be interested, I’d like to get one eventually, beautiful guitar
I’d just make sure that it doesn’t have any issues since it does have the plastic...
I really wish they wouldn’t have tinted the neck’s (looks like they are tinted, maybe even more so than the A.O’s)
The 2012 American vintage didn’t have tinted necks and should be considered the benchmark…. I guess if they make them that perfect again no one would want to buy vintage accurate...
I just don’t know why the haven’t done a 66-69 strat :(
Other than an American vintage 70’s strat they did a couple years ago they never venture into big headstock land
I’d love a 66-69 big headstock rosewood board strat with An accurate target burst……
I’d even be happy with a poly 69….
My les Paul turned 16 years old this year I bought it new
I’ve owned my 79/80 fender lead ii for around 18 years
Both are great guitars although the lead could use a little care
I’ve kept most of mine although I wouldn’t have a problem selling some of them
YES!!!! I just saw the link
66 jazz bass with dots and binding!!! With lollipop tuners!!!!
I NEED one!
Well NEED is kind of strong, you know what I mean
And they are actually putting poly on the 70’s models, right on!