SA range currently consists of Premium and Standard series, with Premiums competing in the $1,000 range and Standards in $400-$500 range. Standards, despite costing less than a 50% of a Premium model, offer great build quality and a serious level of sonic versatility. Active Standard models include several variants of the 160 and 360 concepts, all equipped with 22-fret fingerboards, HSS pickups sets, and non-locking tremolo bridges. SA360FM is one of three 360s, coming in with a solid mahogany body (flame maple top, white/abalone binding), a maple neck (3-piece neck, bolt-on joint, SA profile), a treated New Zealand pine fingerboard (abalone inlays, jumbo-sized frets, 1.69" nut, 15.75" radius), SAT PRO-II bridge, Ibanez pickups (TDB/Quantum/Quantum set), and die-cast tuners.
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