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Fender '68 Stratocaster Left-Handed Electric Guitar
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The Fender '68 Stratocaster Left-Handed Electric Guitar features the period-correct larger headstock, laminated maple fretboard, 3 reissue single coi...Click To Read More About This Product
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A legendary Strat now for left-handed players.
The Fender '68 Stratocaster Left-Handed Electric Guitar features the period-correct larger headstock, laminated maple fretboard, 3 reissue single coils, plus vintage-style tremolo bridge, tuners, and pickups for an authentic '60s vibe. This Fender is a great guitar classic for left-handed players.
- Alder body
- Maple neck with laminated maple fretboard
- 21 vintage frets
- Vintage-style tuners
- Vintage-style tremolo bridge
- 3 reissue single-coil pickups
- Master volume, neck tone, and bridge tone controls
- 5-position selector switch
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Okay it's me again. I recommend you change the strings immediately. But don't do it yourself. Unless your really good because they pull the tremolo. You should put 9s or 10s on them. I can't get it to work and I'm really frustrated.
This guitar is sweet. I really like its sound. I have it in white (look at the white one and see if the guitar rings a bell). I only have a problem with the tremolo. I didn't really like it because it broke a couple of my strings, so I got it changed.
I love the twang and glassy tone that the neck pickup puts out, and the angry twang from the bridge, but this is way too much strat for me. The neck is a little too wide for me and the fret board just too curved... brings to mind a turtle shell. The frets are also pretty small and flat. But don't get me wrong, if you're into strats, it's for you, but me, I bought a Les Paul instead.
I've played this guitar many times, for a while it was the only left handed one the shop had. It's a very beautiful guitar, but compared to other fender strats, the neck is thin and the fretboard is very wide, but the action is amazing. The fret board is also well curved, turtle shelled i would call it. But as I said, it doesn't suit my (or most) style(s) of playing. If you can, go with the American Strat instead.
This guitar is really awesome, but its to twangy, so I replaced the pickups with hotrails, and let me tell it makes me cry every time I plug it in. Oh yea the strings are horrible, change them once you get this guitar.