Streetwalker is an Explorer-like model coming from Framus. It combines a modern take on the `50s prodigy combined with modern electronics and hardware. Streetwalker kicks off with a solid, single cutaway body made of basswood. There are no top woods, bindings or pickguards due to the modern approach Framus chose to take. The bridge is a somewhat unusual appointment for Explorer-shaped guitars, it is a Framus Floyd Rose double locking tremolo with black plating. The pickup combo is supplied by Seymour Duncan and includes bridge humbucker and neck single coil with SSL-5 single coil packed with it. Volume knob has a push-pull switch which turns pickups off and turns the SSL-5 on. Three-way pickup selector is also present. maple neck is bolted to the body and topped with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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