There are four major divisions in Fret King catalog: Black Label, Blue Label, Green Label and Stvdio Series. Stvdio is divided into Atelier and Stvdio lines, and deliberately not named a label. For, these guitars are exclusive one-offs and each features something unique and special not found on labeled guitars. Therefore, the Country Squire Classic Special features one pickup with volume, tone and a three-position blade. Now, it does seem a bit odd to have one pickup and a pickup switch, but it is more of a coil selector. In position one, both coils are running with full capacity with volume, position two all this plus tone control, and position three gives lower, vintage output with volume and tone controls. Swamp ash body, one-piece maple neck, 22 frets, golden hardware, bolt-on joint and Wilkinson Tremolo bridge complete the specs. The MSRP is set around $2,800.
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