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1991 Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster Robert Cray signature guitar
Brazilian rosewood fingerboard 
violet blue finish
body shows some wear as in the pictures please look them over
frets and neck in very good condition
fingerboard has some nice figuring
Weight: 7 LBS 6 OZ
overall very good condition considering the age
neck is straight
plays and sounds great
supposedly has Abigail Ybarra hand wound pickups I will confirm asap

some info I found online:
"The Robert Cray Signature Stratocaster (Fender Custom Shop) is much more expensive than the version of the Mexican-made copy of Robert Cray Standard model. The big difference between both, is that the custom shop has a 2-piece select premium alder body, lightly figured maple neck with Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and chrome hardware, the pickups were custom wound by Abigail Ybarra with a fiveway switch the 2 and 4 position are hum-canceling, the middle pickup is reverse wound/reverse polarity. This USA-made Custom Artist Series guitar was initially introduced in 1990 as the '59 "hardtail" by custom order only. It had all chrome hardware, and the neck was of light flame maple according to "Fender Frontline magazine" issue (fall 1990 vol 2). It also had a greenish Inca Silver grey color. In 1998 the hardware was switched from chrome to gold and in 1993 the fingerboard was changed from Brazilian to pao-ferro rosewood, with a light figured birdseye neck due to the conservation of exotic woods. The early custom order 1990-1992 Robert Cray guitars are very desirable this days due to the fact that it had a Brazilian rosewood neck board. You could tell it has a Brazilian board by the light flame maple and doesn't have the birdseye maple neck"

1991 Fender Custom Shop Robert Cray Stratocaster Violet Blue Brazilian

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