Fender Road Worn Strat

Fender Road Worn Strat

Fender Road Worn Strat

This is an awesome Strat! In fact, I almost put it in my collection. However, since I didn’t you can put it in your collection.

This guitar still has the tags from the guitar store. I’m not sure it was ever owned and played. Of course, somewhat hard to say given these are reliced from the factory. I picked it up from the Amigo Guitar Show in Nashville recently. Comes with a Tweed case as shown in pics.

This one has your name on it. Get it while you can and take it to the rock show!


Buy it HERE!


Fender Road Worn ’50s Strat Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:

  • The look and feel of a well-loved instrument
  • Classic-sounding pickups with a kick

The look and feel of a well-loved instrument
Few things in this world have gotten cooler with age than the Stratocaster guitar. Born in the ’50s, Strats became even cooler after years of use (and abuse) on the road – morphing over time to look appealingly battered and feel even better than when they were brand-new. Fender’s new maple fretboard Road Worn ’50s Strat delivers that aged look and feel. It’s built to look, sound, and feel like it’s got more than just a few miles on it! This Stratocaster is designed with 1950s specs, including a nitrocellulose lacquer finish. And this guitar backs up those authentic looks with great playing feel and the kind of tonality you’d expect from a pick-of-the-litter vintage instrument.

Classic-sounding pickups with a kick
Designed to give you the kind of clear, transparent highs you want from a Stratocaster while adding increased output and warmth, Fender’s Tex-Mex single-coil pickups add a little kick to your tone when you need it. These classic-looking pickups use Alnico V magnets and work just like standard Strat pickups. They provide the perfect complement to this great guitar!

Fender Road Worn ’50s Strat Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

  • 2-color sunburst finish
  • Alder body with nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Maple neck
  • Maple fingerboard
  • 21 (6105 narrow-jumbo) frets
  • 25.5″ scale length
  • 1.650″ nut width
  • Chrome hardware
  • Fender vintage-style tuning keys
  • Vintage-style synchronized tremolo
  • 1-ply white pickguard
  • 3 Tex Mex Strat single-coil pickups
  • 5-position blade for pickup switching

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