Opus Tradition range offers models of 200/250, 300 and 400/450 tiers, with tiers 100 and 350 currently being non-existent. 400/450 level is reserved for the finest models Legator Guitars have to offer, with price tags soaring above $2,000 (Ninja models cost northward of $3,000).
Opus Tradition 400-LE costs $2,299 and it offers one of the finest alternatives to the original Fender Telecasters. It comes with a classic swamp ash/maple chassis (swamp ash body, bolt-on maple neck with standard contour). The body is topped with a vintage-styled pickguard, while the neck rocks a 22-fret maple fingerboard on top. Seymour Duncan pickups replace Legator`s stock single-coils, though the standard controls unit is still there. Tray bridge with three saddles and Hipshot locking tuners complete the specs list.
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