What we have here are two similar models that came out of Japan in 1968. The conservative two pickup model called the Liberty MS 150 and the over-the-top four pickup version called the Norma EG 521-4. Conservative? Well, relative to the Norma EG 521-4, yes! Both guitars have the same solid body design with 24 3/4" scale bolt-on maple neck, 22 frets plus a zero fret and a Jazzmaster style tremolo system. Each guitar has individual on/off pickup selector switches, a rhythm/individual volume controls and a master tone control.
Folks, the build quality for these guitars will be WAY better than the originals, better playability and better tone.NOTE: We will also offer the Norma in the same "Teal" colour as the Liberty. Includes a custom gig-bag.
Features & Specs
Body: Solid Basswood
Colours: Metallic Teal
Pickups: Two Vintage EW P-90's
Switching: Individual On/Offs, Rhythm/Solo
Controls: 2 Volume, 1 Master Tone
Bridge: PRO Adjustable Roller Bridge, Fender(r) style Tremolo