|Body||Alder, 2 pcs|
|Neck||Maple, "C" thin , bolt-on|
|Strings||010 - 046|
Pot. 250k, Bourns
Switch 3 way
individual selection for single coil
Small switch 2 way
on/off bridge pickup/td>
|Pickups||"C-Shapely, single coil set"
|Bridge||Tremolo Wilkinson, USA|
|Frets||22, accufret Jescar Gold medium jumbo|
|Nut||43,5 mm, bone|
|Price||€ 2800,00 (available)|
CJS Season 4 (ep.01) with:
- Saverio Federici, drum
- Luca Ravagni, sax
Jamming on "USSA E VA BENE COSÌ" (track by Valter Vincenti)
Cesarini Jam Session is a Liuteria Cesarini production.
Stratocaster or Ibanez? It has characteristics of both, a fusion of elements that does not allow easy classification. Body with a Fenderian perimeter, but with a very fine thickness (38mm), even the flares in front and behind are more pronounced and "fast" in the sense of technical execution. Diapason always standard stratocaster, while the fretboard and fret width are much easier than Fender, even the width between the handle and the two horns of the body is closer to Ibanez.
Passive electronics, handcrafted pickup C-Shapely, that have a modern "bright tone", but with a vintage look. Wilkinson gilded mechanics, tilting regulated tremolo bridge. The paddle does not require a cord tensioner, as it has been studied very angled in design.
As for aesthetics, it has a very particular look, ickguard sanded / split and nitro finishes tending to green, even the keyboard and the back of the handle have a tip of this color. This is where the name of the instrument comes from.