Streetwalker models from Framus are made with clear resemblance to the legendary Explorer. Nevertheless, the Streetwalker models approach it from a modern, 21-st century standpoint and bring contemporary appointments. The body of this model is made of basswood, and it features no bindings, top wood covers or pickguards. The bridge on this model is a licensed Floyd Rose bridge with seven saddles and black chrome plating. In the pickups area, Seymour Duncan supplies two extended range humbucking pickups. SH-7 5 is in the bridge and SH-7 1 in the neck. Volume knob and three-way toggle switch comprise the controls unit. The neck is made of maple and it is bolted to the body. The rosewood fingerboard comes with 22 jumbo sized frets with no position inlays.
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