With the incomparable charm of an instrument played for decades on stages and in the studio, the Fame SE Series ST Worn Out RW Black offers the look, sound and feel of a classic Relic guitar. The electric guitar in the traditional ST design relies on tried and tested ingredients in the form of an alder body with a bolt-on maple neck, whose balanced C-profile creates the proven playing feel in all registers. On the tonal side, the Fame ST Worn Out Black relies on the popular setup of three single coils with ceramic magnets and provides an enormously versatile sound from articulate cleans to hot rod sound. The Fame SE Series ST Worn Out is completed by tuning-stable machine heads and a traditional vintage tremolo in a noble gold design.
- Doublecut body made of solid alder & gscrewed maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard with 21 frets in medium format
- 12″ fretboard radius
- Three ceramic single coils
- 5-way blade switch, master volume and two tone controls
- Vintage-style vibrato with six adjustable tailpieces
- Vintage-style tuners
- Gold hardware
- Worn Out Black finish with authentic playing marks
FAME SE SERIES ST WORN OUT HIGHLIGHTS
Alder body with ‘Worn Out’ look
The main feature of the Fame SE Series ST Worn Out is clearly its artificially aged Worn Out finish. Authentic playing marks and the ‘dings’ and ‘dongs’ that have accumulated over the years not only make for interested looks here, but also offer a smooth haptic support for the right arm. The same applies to the maple neck, which is bolted in the tried and tested manner, and whose satin finish provides a supple thumb rest and pleasant layer play on the 21-fret rosewood fingerboard
Full ST potential thanks to ceramic single coils
The fact that the Fame SE Series ST Worn Out has no compromises in sound is proven by its three single coil pickups with ceramic magnets, which in classic configuration give the instrument a wide sound spectrum. From hot bridge sounds to sparkling in-between positions to the warm and throaty sound of the neck pickup, this ST is up for almost any fun. All three pickups are controlled in the traditional manner via a five-position blade switch, a master volume control and two tone controls for treble damping of the middle and neck pickups.