Streetwalker models from Framus bring a brand new and fresh take on the Explorer concept. The body of this model is made of basswood and it features no bindings, top woods or pickguards since Framus opted for the stripped down appearance. The bridge is a Floyd Rose double locking tremolo with a locking nut at the opposite side of the 25-1/2" scale. In the pickups compartment Seymour Duncan supplies extended range variants of SH-5 in the bridge and SH-1 in the neck. Master volume and three-way pickup selector are the only controls for these pickups. The neck is made of maple and it comes with a bolt-in joint. The fingerboard is made of rosewood and it is equipped with 22 jumbo frets with sharktooth inlays.
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