Made in Japan by Matsumoku sometime between 1973 and 1975, this is a nice 70’s Strat copy in good working order.
We know it’s from the early to mid 70s because the “r” in the headstock logo looks like an “n”, so this era of Greco guitars is often referred to as the “Gneco” period.
Laminated Agathis body
Naturally aged white body finish
Large Fender style 70s headstock
White three ply pickguard
Original Maxon made pickups and wiring
Original 3 way pickup selector switch
Alnico, single coil, staggered pole pickups
Traditional 7.25” fingerboard radius
Standard Strat 25 ½” scale length
3 piece maple neck with traditional D profile
Typical Stratocaster 42mm nut neck width
Tuners are non original Grover Deluxe units.
Weight is 8.54 lbs
This Greco Strat has been played a lot for over 44 years, so there is some expected player wear including scuff marks, small dings & dents, tarnishing of metal parts, and natural ageing of the finish.
Frets are OK, with years of life left. Truss rod works fine, upgraded tuners are solid & hold tuning well.
There is no trem arm with this guitar and we think a part of the original arm is still in the screw cavity.
This one plays well in all neck positions, and the pickups deliver everything you could want from a Strat style guitar.
Overall this is a well made 70s Stratocaster clone with some nice natural ageing, and lots of gas left in the tank.
Comes in a UXL gig bag in good condition.