Fender Classic Series '60s Stratocaster Electric Guitar
(Lake Placid Blue Rosewood Fretboard)
Solid Body Electric Guitars
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Your time machine to the vibe of the '60s.
Looks like a real vintage classic thanks to aged knobs, pickup covers, pickguard, tremolo, and switch tip. C-shaped maple neck with rosewood fretboard. Vintage tuners and tremolo. 3 Vintage single-coil pickups for sound as authentic as it looks.
- Alder body (polyester finish)
- Maple C-shaped neck
- (gloss urethane finish) 25-1/2" scale length
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 7.25" radius
- 21 vintage-style frets
- 1.650" nut width
- 3 vintage-style single-coil pickups with staggered pole pieces, alnico magnets, and aged covers
- 5-position pickup switch
- Vintage-style synchronized tremolo
- Master volume, neck pickup tone control, middle pickup tone control
- Fender Ping vintage-style tuners
- Chrome hardware
- 3-ply mint green pickguard
- Aged knobs and switch tip
- Synthetic bone nut
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Comments about Fender Classic Series '60s Stratocaster Electric Guitar:
This Classic Series 60's Strat has a neck that fits my smaller hand like a glove! The neck is sweet, and the vintage frets makes it easier to play. The 7 1/4" radius of the fingerboard is very nice too. The only negative thing I can say about mine is that the bass string gets a little closer to the edge of the fingerboard in comparison to the 1st string. A slight neck shift over was required. The top side of the nut also needed to be dressed down a bit and some sharp edges there smoothed. All of that would be done to the guitar as a free ervice in a retail setting. But, having said that, those issues are small and most guitar right out of the box need something. Would I but another one of these? YES!! I wish they still offered it in the old pink color because I'd grab one of those too. I sold a 2009 Mexican made Standard Strat to buy this 60's Strat, and I'm so glad I did.