C-Reptilia, special stratocaster

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€ 2.500,00

€ 2.950,00



HighlightsAesthetics – low action – sustain – tuning – steel gold fret
BodyAlder, 2 pieces
NeckTangential maple, C style, bolt on
FingerboardRadial maple
Diapason647 mm
Strings010 – 046
Radiuscompound 9,5″-12″
WiringPassive, pot 250k
Volume, tone, tone
Switch 3 way, individual single coil
Switch small 2 way, on/off bridge PU selection
PickupsC-Shapely, single coil set Cesarini
BridgeTremolo Wilkinson, USA
TunersWilkinson deluxe
Frets22, accufret Jescar Gold frets
Nut43,5 mm, bone
ModelIbanez – Fender Stratocaster

Cesarini Jam Session // # 04 Valter Vincenti trio (ep01)

CJS Season 4 (ep.01) in the company of:

Endorser Cesarini:
– Valter Vincenti, guitar (Cesarini “C-Reptilia”)
Valter plays with CostaLab pedals.
Lusi , bass (Cesarini” C-Gold Bronze “)
Lusi plays with Proamp amplification.

Special Guest:
– Saverio Federici, drum
– Luca Ravagni, sax

Jamming on “USSA E VA WELL SO” (piece by Valter Vincenti)

Cesarini Jam Session is a Cesarini Liuteria production.

Cesarini Sound // C-Reptilia, John Caban, Umbria Jazz 2014

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 thin thickness (38mm), even the front and back flares are more pronounced and “fast” in the sense of technical execution. Diapason always standard stratocaster, while the width of the fingerboard at the nut and at the last fret are much smoother than in Fender, the width between the neck and the two horns of the body is also closer to Ibanez.

Passive electronics, C-Shapely handcrafted pickups , which have a modern “bright tone” , but with a vintage look. Wilkinson gilded mechanics, tilting adjustable tremolo bridge. The headstock does not require cord tensioner, as it has been studied very angled in design.

In terms of aesthetics it has a very special look, polished / split sandblasted pickguard and nitro finishes tending to green, even the fingerboard and the back of the neck have a tip of this color. From this the instrument takes its name, which looks like a reptile. It is truly a boutique and professional guitar at the same time.