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Fano JM6 Oltre 6 String Electric Guitar RW Lollar P90 50s Sonic Blue

Regular price $3,579.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $3,579.00 CAD
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Fano JM6 Oltre, proudly made in Arizona, USA. This model features a thinly applied nitrocellulose finish in gorgeous Sonic Blue over alder body. Maple neck with rosewood fretboard and clay dots add a very timeless, vintage correct feel. A very tasteful gold plexi pickguard, cream Lollar 50s wind P90 pickups and matching cream radio-style knobs round out the aesthetic.

We understand that aged guitars are a matter of taste and unlike many Fano guitars, for this particular JM6 Oltre absolutely no distress has been added to the body, neck or hardware.  The 25.5" scale length and compound radius fretboard add a modern contrast to the vintage appearance. 

World-renowned Lollar P90 pickups, in the extremely popular 50s wind have been installed and only add to the charm and quality of this instrument. If you are looking for a beautiful instrument which is equally at home in the studio, on the stage or on display, look no further.

Comes with Fano gigbag.

S/N: 230815
Weight: 7lb 9oz

Body Wood: Alder
Top Shape: JM6
Neck Wood: Maple
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Fingerboard Radius: Compound 9.5" to 12"
Neck Shape: Early 60's "C" Shape Neck .830 - .920
Scale Length: 25.50"
Joint Construction: Bolt-on
Inlay Style: Dots
Inlay Material: Clay
Fret Wire: 6105 Nickel/Steel
Tuning Keys: Fano Modern Kluson-style
Body Color: Sonic Blue
Back/Side Color: Same as Top
Neck Color: Vintage Amber Tint
Upper Headcap Color: Same as Body
Lower Headcap Color: Same as Neck
Distress (Body): NOS
Distress (Neck): NOS
Hardware: Nickel
Pickups (Neck): Lollar 50s Wind P90
Pickups (Bridge): Lollar 50s Wind P90
Pickup Covers: Cream
Pickguard: Gold Plexi
Electronics: 1 Vol/1 Tone/3 Way 
Bridge/Tailpiece: TonePros T.O.M. and Stoptail
Knobs: Cream Radio Knobs
Switch Tip: Cream
Gig Bag/Case: Fano Gig bag
Strings/Gauge: D'Addario NYXL .010" to .046" 


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