I have a Fender Reverse Headstock Strat, which was a special model made for the now defunct Sound Control and also a USA online seller. It is made in Mexico and comes with an Olympic White alder body, vintage tinted maple neck with a large 70's style headstock in the reverse position, 21 medium/large frets and 3 single coils in a left hand configuration (slant of bridge pickup reversed) on a single ply white pickguard with "aged" pickup covers and controls.
The neck is a dream but the pickups were weedy so have been replaced with 3 hot rails on a new pickguard in standard formation that are wired to pull up switches on the pots for coil tap and phase reversal. The pots are 500k and impedance of the pickups is bridge 13.5K, middle & neck 12K, which gives a poweful and very versatile guitar. It also looks really cool.
Having said all that I have a few other Strats and this one is not getting much use so I am looking to swap it for a good Mexican or Tokai Telecaster. If the hot rails aren't your thing I can fit the original pickups or 3 Tonerider Classic Blues single coils. Check out Harmony Central for glowing reports of these.
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