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Tremolo arm with knob for Mexican Standard Strat.
Powder-coated steel bridge sections for the Fender American Series Stratocaster or Telecaster. Set of 6.
Beautiful black pearl adds drama to your Strat! Fits: American, American Standard, Hot Rod and Deluxe Series...
Mint green replacement Stratocaster pickguard.
Original factory equipment.
The Fender Vintage Stratocaster String Guides let you renew your axe with the genuine Fender replacement...
Have you ever wanted to build a guitar from scratch? Maybe you need to make an upgrade to an existing instrument? Well you're in luck, because Fender provides an extensive range of guitar pickups and parts and help you create the axe of your dreams.
With a name like Fender, you know what to expect in terms of sound quality, playability and craftsmanship. After all, Fender has been a go-to name amongst musicians since 1946, so you can have peace of mind knowing that the pickup or part you choose from this section has been tried and tested to ensure it lives up to Fender's reputation.
So what are you searching for? There's plenty of options to choose from, including Telecaster necks, Stratocaster bodies, locking tuners, pickguards and more. If you're not sure where to begin, you can always start with the best sellers, and the American Standard Strat tremolo system is a popular item. Equipped with individual adjustable saddles mounted on a smooth, low-profile steel bridge assembly, this solid and dynamic tremolo system would make an exceptional addition to your next guitar project. Now, if new pickups are on your mind, check out the N3 Noiseless Telecaster set of 2. Delivering the best of modern tonal engineering while still maintaining that legendary Fender sound, these pickups are designed to cancel hum and preserve single-coil tone. Ideal for country, rock and R&B, the N3 Noiseless Telecaster pickups are easy to install and well worth it.
The longer you play guitar, the more you begin to understand how the various parts of your instrument come together to produce your resulting sound, and it's for this reason why many players get into the activity of guitar customization. Of course, Fender enthusiasts are well aware of how much fun the hobby can be, and if you've never tried it before, it's strongly recommended that you give it a shot.