Hagstrom made their name as an accordion maker but in the late 50's started producing some cool guitars and basses in their Swedish factory.
It's pictured without trem arm but we'll find something that fits prior to shipping.Made in the 1960's, the wooden body has a vinyl covering with a raised Plexiglas top and large raised-even-more plastic pickguard.It features a single volume control, dual pickups, and controls for L (neck pickup on/off), H (bridge pickup on/off), Tone (bright switch), and Mute.The sum of the improvements in the Am Pro adds up to a better guitar in all regards.It features the new Deep-C neck profile which adds a bit of roundness to the back and filling your hand perfectly, while the new narrow-tall frets are the most requested size by folks ordering through the Custom Shop.Includes the molded Elite case with serialized Fender certificate, Sweetwater certificate, keys, hang tags, pouch, etc. 79-82 Fender Jazzmaster/Jaguar Case, (inside), (feet). These cases are infamous for having missing latches, loose hinges, and pushed in feet.This one has none of those ailments and is in very tidy condition. 1960s Hagstrom I, (front detail-top), (back), (headstock), (controls), (case).The original guard and electronics can be included for , or well return it to stock at no charge if you dont want the upgraded parts.Original frets have no dished out areas with a fresh level and dress.No buckle scratches or pick scratches, no gold wear to speak of, no fret wear. At 00 this is a sweet deal for any Historic, let alone a 57 Custom.Includes custom shop case in similarly beautiful condition.