In 2007, Fender (through Squier) made what could be thought of their most peculiar series of electric guitars up to date. It was the little known Master series and M-80 was one of it`s models. M-80 completely parted with Fender traditions and standards, introducing a streamlined body with beveled top and a double cutaway reminiscent of Gibson`s SG and Schecter`s famous Tempest. Maple neck was discarded in favor of a thick mahogany neck with set in joint. Two-piece bridge unit had a tune-o-matic (adjust-o-matic) bridge and a stoptail bar. In the front, the Duncan Designed humbuckers had an SG-like set of controls. Further similarities with Gibson school include 24-3/4" scale, 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with block inlays and three-a-side arrangement of the tuners on the headstock.
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