• Aria Pro II Fullerton FL-21HSDW


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1996 to 1999

The ARIA PRO II FL-21HSDW was made between 1996 and 1999. The Aria FL-21HSDW had HSS Duncan Designed pickups (SC-101s and HB-103) and an alder body with flamed maple top. The bridge was a Wilkinson VS-50 tremolo.

Specifications (26)


Body materialalder body
Body shape featuresdouble cutaway
Body styleStratocaster style
Body top materialflamed maple body top
Pickguard materialpearloid pickguard


BridgeWilkinson VS-50 tremolo
Hardware colorchrome hardware
TunersGotoh SGK-07 tuners


Fingerboard inlay materialpearl fingerboard inlay material
Fingerboard materialrosewood fingerboard
Fingerboard position markersdot fingerboard position markers


Finish colorsblue finish
Finish effectstransparent finish
Made inKorea
Number of strings6 strings
Scale length25.5 inches scale-length


Headstock inlays or logosscreened logo/graphic on headstock
Neck jointbolt on neck
Neck materialmaple neck
Number of frets22 fret
Tuner layoutsix-in-a-row tuners


Pickup selector controls1 coil tap switch, 5-way selector switch
Tone controls1 tone control
Volume controls1 volume control


Pickups brand and modelDuncan Designed HB-103 pickup(s), Duncan Designed SC-101 pickup(s)
Pickups configuration2 single coil pickups and 1 humbucker pickup

Prices (4)

2016900 FRF good
1979$400.00goodSrrial number 6003055Verificstion searial number 6003055. Aynmi

Reviews (1)

ARIA PRO II FL-21HSDW reviewed by Ben

Average: 5 (1 vote)
My example is around 20yo and has aged exceptionally well... However the same can't be said for the aesthetic design, its "Super Strat meets Titanic" and it's the flashy pearloid and flame nape top that little defects can be seen (with microscope), ugly but not... Playability is fkn great! Perfect medium Strat weight, perfect neck with a perfect flat fretboard. The two point trem can be set up to float and stays that way, tuners hold tune, nut and saddles do their thing and the strings run true through the hardware and down the fretboard like you would expect from an American built guitar. Hardware is all brand name... Wilkinson bridge, Gotoh tuners, Duncan Designed SSH (101s and 103h) pups, but I believe it's all standard gear. I found this on a pawn shop for $200 aid which I felt was stupidly under priced or perhaps what you might pay for the base model in good nick. I have owned a few nice guitars. Ones that sons great, ones that feel great and play like sex! But nothing to this degree... It is of a higher standard than any moderate price point Fender or Ibaanez you could hold it up to. Highly recommend!

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