Really nice example in classic 3-tone sunburst. The AmPro is the latest and greatest version of the American Standard, with some nice enhancements over the previous versions. Pickups were developed by pickup guru Tim Shaw including the “Shawbucker” bridge humbucker and V-Mod’s in the middle and neck. These new V-Mod single-coil pickups are voiced specifically for each position, mixing alnico magnet types to produce a more powerful tone while still sounding like classic vintage Fender. Add to that more clarity on the highs with Fender’s new treble-bleed tone circuit. A new modern “Deep C” neck profile feels rounder and just a tad more substantial than the older models while staggered height tuners and new 2-Point synchronized tremolo with bent steel saddles uses a pop-in trem arm like the old American Deluxe. This one plays soo nice, low action and not a hint of buzz. Cosmetically it’s really nice with perfect frets and only flaws are a few clear coat impressions on the back. There one nice upgrade on this one with a new set of Fender locking tuners replacing the stock Fender/Ping tuners. A new one would set you back $1449-$1499 from a super store or you can get this one with upgraded tuners and a killer in house setup for just $949. Includes Fender/SKB case with ATA latches and trem arm.