Samick Guitar Strat SSM-1 Valley Arts Design American Classic Series Fender CaseSamick Guitar Strat SSM-1 Valley Arts Design American Classic Series Fender Case

Samick Strat Valley Arts American Classic Series SSM-1 around ’95, 25.5 inch Fender Scale ” Vintage Feel and assembly. Exceptional in every playing way. It’s an impeccable Burst, great Alder wood selection, an thin wide C shaped neck profile with a flatter than vintage fretboard. NOT Mint but really is in superb cond. was probably a gift 20 years ago and rarely played no fret wear, necks perfect some very light pick swirls. I’m pretty good at setting up trems and this one goes up about two steps and dives well and stays in tune like any vintage fender. Excellent! Just short of mint. totally original cond. No shrinkage or cracking of finish after 20 years. Plays beautifully.Fretted and assembled in a class beyond most USA made Fender Padded Gig case a perfect fit Strat vintage springy feel! Superb assembly and Meticulous Finish and wood choices. Plays like an much more expensive vintage Strat Guitar. As near to mint cond. as any I’ve listed (see feedback) These years ago were as expensive as an USA Fender and are an no compromise improved design (google some reviews) This was a latter made in the 5 year run as is a TWENTY 2 Fret, Pearloid Pickguard. You are unlikely to find another even near this cond.This guitar has very little play time. This entire line a collaboration of two Pro-shops is probably the best made import ever! American Classic Series1999 SSM-1 AdThe American Classic Series was introduced in 1993 as a collaboration between Samick and the Valley Arts Custom Pro Shop, after Samick purchased half of Valley Arts in 1992. While the founders of Valley Arts quickly became dissatisfied with their positions at Samick and left, production continued until Gibson bought out Valley Arts in 2002.. By May 1993, the new Valley Arts headstock appeared.All American Classic Series models were made in Incheon, Korea by Samick.Myths: The American classic Series models were not made in the U.S.A, and did not use leftover Valley Arts parts. Please respect a few buyer guidelines if item is a Binow payment will be required immediately. If I agree to your offer I expect terms to be rendered at that time. Mainly though am getting a few non-payment after an auction. This creates issues. I simply will herein be re-listing after two days if I don’t have definite validation as to why and re-commitment for the next day.