Streetwalker models from Framus take after the Explorer, one of the guitars which ignited the metal genre and propelled it to the stratosphere. This is a worthy tribute to the legend and it takes a very modern angle on the story. The body of the Streetwalker is made of basswood and it features no bindings, top wood covers or pickguards. The bridge is a Framus Floyd Rose double locking tremolo with black paint and locking nut at the opposite side of the 25-1/2" scale. Seymour Duncan pickups are laid out in H/H pattern with the neck pickup being actually two separate single coils packed into a humbucker. Push/pull switch on the master volume knob deactivates regular pickups and turns on the SSL-5, rail humbucker in the neck position. Maple neck is bolted and topped with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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