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FS: Hagstrom transition H3

Hello;

I have for sale a wonderful little guitar. It is the transition series of H3, still has Strat shape, but white pickguard. These are also badged as Futurama, for English sales, but this particular run was split between two names, the first 400 badged as Hagstrom, and the later 600, badged as Kent.
The body is not a slab such as found on the earlier 563xxx series, some of which were badged Cromwell for sale by Gretch in the US, but cut the same as the later H3s, fitting your belly better. The tuners are the same as H3s, VanGhent with closed backs. To me it is the perfect H3 to own. Different from all the (more than 12,000) H3s, with the SG pointy body with the large black pickguard. And much more advanced than what came before.(Vinyl and plastic) Neck is natural, and in good shape, very little fret wear, came with the real bridge, not the wooden based bridge found on Cromwell, and earlier Futuramas.
Email me for pictures and price.