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Framus 5/51 "studio" (1975) + PU

 It has the entire body built with maple and mahogany laminate. Rosewood fingerboard. Finished in "black rose" finish

 It is small in size, like a parlor. The neck joins the body at the 14th fret. Long scale of 62.5 cm.  Original pickguard, Fingerboard without binding.

 It has adjustable trusrod and original headstock. It also maintains its original frets, which have been reconditioned and are in very good condition, shiny and polished, without marks.

 The bridge is modern, with the possibility of individual octave for each string

 It has a new "Kent Armstrong" Alnico 5 magnetic pickup, with adjustable poles, professionally installed, with volume and tone pots. Works well without hum.

 The guitar has been completely revised and adjusted as necessary so that it can be played comfortably. It works very well, with great sound, and maintains tuning on all frets.

 It is in very good condition, with some marks consistent with its age.

 It is strung with 80/20 bronze strings  thickness 0.11



"In 1946 Fred Wilfer founded FRAMUS... the name is an acronym forFRA nconianMUSical instruments and was designed to draw attention to the fact that the famous Schönbach violin makers had made Franconia their new home.

Framus 5/51 "studio" (1975) + PU

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