Body similar to a strat, head stock similar to a jackson. The neck has pearl shark tooth inlays, and is made of maple with a rosewood fretboard. Black Goto tuners, string lock at head. Tremello bridge Licensed by Floyd Rose with the shane name impressed in the metal. Back plate where neck attaches also impressed with shane name. Body is black. The model number is SM-450. One single pick up at neck and a Humbucker at the bridge. 3 way switch, volume and tone pots. Manufactured in USA C.1989. Apparently the company is still in business selling imported musical instruments from south America.
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jesse lee said...
i have one of them to. and it is so hot .one of the best i would say.has sustain unbeleaveable.but i haven't seen any others a friend gave me this one it was in his sheah it just needed wireing in 15 minutes it was good as new .and plays better than my strats and other guiotars
Gary Echerer said...
I have exactly the same guitar. I picked it up in a pawn shop for $20.00. My research has shown that your price of $450 is a bit under it's value if it's in very good condition. It's quite rare, and yes the company still is in business, selling south american instruments. The quality of the guitar is very good and outside of poor marketing there is no reason that didn't become very popular. There are aslo earlier Shane Guitars, none of which became very big sellers. Certainly the quality or craftsmanship was not the reason. Some of the colors were a bit, shall we say, interesting and certainly ahead of their time.