Open Box (Blemished) Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster Electric Guitar
(Sonic Blue 888365900674)
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Take it on back with premium craftsmanship and killer pickups.
Take it on back with premium craftsmanship and killer pickups.With their years of building experience, the Fender Custom Shop craftsmen created a "dream list" of specs, and this customized '60s-style Stratocaster guitar”designed by Master Builder Greg Fessler”has it all. Special features include '69 pickups that provide the brilliant voicing made famous by the guitar heroes of the era, "Custom Shop Designed" neckplate, custom two-point vintage bridge (never before offered outside the Custom Shop!) and a flatter, more modern 12" fingerboard radius.It also features an alder body and a maple C-shape neck with rosewood fingerboard and medium-jumbo frets for easy bending. Aged knobs and switch tip create a mellow retro look.Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.
- Alder body (polyester finish)
- Maple C-shaped neck (gloss urethane finish)
- Rosewood fretboard with 12" radius
- 21 medium-jumbo frets
- '69 Strat single-coil pickups with grey bobbins
- Aged knobs and switch tip
- 25-1/2" scale
- Two-point synchronized tremolo with stamped steel saddles
- 5-position blade pickup selector
- Fender/Ping vintage-style tuning machines
- Chrome hardware
- 3-ply mint green pickguard
- Synthetic bone nut
- 1.650" nut width
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Comments about Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster Electric Guitar:
Picked one of these up couple weeks back. I really well built beautiful 60's style Strat but with nice changes. Flatter and chunkier neck than the 60 reissue's - Two point Modern trem, Large Frets and those Great!!! 69' Custom shop pickups. I owned a AV 62' Reissue and I like this guy allot more. This guitar is well worth checking out!