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LSL Saticoy Custom Vintage White Blonde

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LSL Saticoy Custom Vintage White Blonde

This LSL Saticoy Classic Strat-style guitar has the deep, distressed appearance of a ’60s-era road warrior (somebody probably wore out a perfectly good set of keys slapping up this poor guitar)—but the net result is an axe that looks as experienced and soulful as it sounds.

Ana (LSL gives their guitars a name—not just a serial number) has a thin vintage white blonde nitro finish that’s purposely been allowed to crack, so that the instrument breathes. The nitro finished maple neck is a “medium C” shape, very comfortable with a beautiful piece of dark rosewood for the 12”-radius fingerboard. 

The pickups are hand-wound LSL single-coils—they sound just like an old Strat should, complete with 5-position switch to get every last wonderful bit of quack. And the plastic and hardware have all been given the vintage treatment.


  • Body:                      Pine
  • Finish:                    Medium aged Vintage White Blonde nitrocellulose lacquer
  • Neck:                      Nitro-finished maple, gloss vintage tint, medium C
  • Fingerboard:         Rosewod; 21 frets (6105); clay dot inlays
  • Scale:                      25.5”
  • Nut Width:             1.65” bone; 12” radius
  • Pickups:                3 x LsL 50’s Saticoy hand-wound low-output
  • Controls:                Master Volume/ Tone (neck/middle)/Tone (Bridge); 5-position switch
  • Knobs:                   Aged parchment
  • Pickguard:            3-ply mint
  • Bridge:                  Wilkinson Steel block, vintage 6-saddle adjustable
  • Tailpiece:               Synchronized tremolo
  • Hardware:              Vintage Chrome
  • Case:                      Original hardshell
  • Serial Number     5928

Why We Like LSL Guitars

Every LSL is made by hand—just the way you’d make it, if you could, with lightweight bodies and ultra-playable necks. They work on each guitar until it’s finished. As a matter of fact, company owner Lance Lerman says, “We build them all for ourselves but then we have to sell them.” You can tell.