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Fender Japan (TC-TUNE) 1987 ST57-140 "EXTRAD" ReFINE
This guitar was designed in the image of 80's royal hard rock. It is a manly one-ham! (lol) For the bass machine, I chose a Fender Japan extrad Strat, the best domestic-made Strat at the time. The neck with the flame is amazing! I'm sorry to reveal my age, but when I was a teenager and started playing electric guitar in the late 70's, I had a Greco made by Fuji Strings, and I was very attached to it, so I definitely wanted to make this guitar by Fuji Strings.
For the tremolo unit, I used a Floyd Rose FRT-3, which had a great influence on the hard rock scene at that time. I chose Spurzel locking tuners instead of a locking nut, and one VooDoo humbucker P.U. was slanted to the rear and mounted directly on the guitar. The fretboard was changed to 305R for my taste and replaced with jumbo frets, extended to 24F, and I also scalloped only the high position to give it a playful look.
I love the rich mid-range, sticky and quizzical sound characteristic of the alder body.
24F flange, Scalloped (21-24F)
Fingerboard radius changed to 305 (12")
Jumbo frets replaced, Paint
FRT unit installed, machining
Rear Ham Modification
VooDoo pickups installed
Upgraded electrical system
Replaced with Sperzel locking pegs
Replaced with F.C.G.R. Tone Shift Plate (2mm)
BODY: Alder 2pcs
NECK: Maple 1pc 24F
P.U.: VooDoo HB59's x1
BRIDGE：Floyd Rose FRT-3 Gold(Early Ver.)
Sperzel Trim-Lok Satin: Gold