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Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster Pro Relic Electric Guitar
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A limited-edition Strat with modern features and an awesome Relic'd finish.
The Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster Pro Relic Electric Guitar from the Limited Collection boasts features found in the personal instruments of many great Fender-wielding artists.
The Fender Stratocaster include a select alder body, modern C-shaped maple neck with 12" radius round-laminated fingerboard (as noted, maple or rosewood) and 22 medium jumbo frets. Three Samarium Cobalt Noiseless Stratocaster pickups, five-way switching and Greasebucket tone circuit, new deluxe two-point synchronized tremolo bridge with polished stainless steel saddles and block, Sperzel Trim-Lok staggered tuners, LSR roller nut, contoured heel for easier access to upper frets and a three-ply parchment pickguard.
Comes with guitar case, strap, straplocks, cable, polishing cloth, Certificate of Authenticity
- Series: Limited Collection
- Model Name: Fender Stratocaster Pro Relic
- Model Number: 150-0610-(Color #) and 150-0612-(Color #)
- Body: Select Alder
- Neck: Maple, Modern "C" Shape, (Thin Satin Acrylic Urethane Finish)
- Fingerboard: Round Laminated - Rosewood (P/N 150-0610) or Maple (P/N 150-0612),
- Fingerboard Radius: 12" (305 mm)
- No. of Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
- Pickups: 3 Samarium Cobalt Noiseless Strat Pickups (Neck/Middle/Bridge)
- Controls: Master Volume, Tone 1. (Neck Pickup), Greasebucket Tone Circuit, (Rolls Off Highs without Adding Bass) Tone 2. (Bridge Pickup), Greasebucket Tone Circuit, (Rolls Off Highs without Adding Bass)
- Pickup Switching (5-Position Blade):
- Position 1. Bridge Pickup
- Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup
- Position 3. Middle Pickup
- Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup
- Position 5. Neck Pickup
- Bridge: New Deluxe 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with Polished Solid Stainless Steel Saddles and Block
- Machine Heads: Sperzel Trim-Lok Staggered Tuning Machines
- Hardware: Chrome
- Pickguard: 3-Ply Parchment
- Scale Length: 25.5" (648 mm)
- Width at Nut: 1.6875" (43 mm)
- Unique Features: Relic Finish, Contoured Heel for Easier Access to Upper Frets,
- LSR Roller Nut, Large '70s Style Headstock, '70s Style Decal without "Synchronized Tremolo", Large 7mm Dot Position Inlays with Narrow Spacing,
- Relic Finish Shows Natural Wear and Tear of Years of Heavy Use, Nicks, Scratches, Worn Finish, Rusty Hardware and Aged Plastic Parts.
- Strings: Fender Super 3250R, Nickel Plated Steel, (.010 to .046), P/N 073-3250-006
- Accessories: Strap, Straplocks, Cable, Polishing Cloth, Certificate of Authenticity
- Case: Deluxe Black Hardshell Case
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Comments about Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster Pro Relic Electric Guitar:
I bought this guy new two years ago (mine is exactly the same minus the relic treatment and less than half the price, see Pro Model 1106). It is the last Strat you will ever own. It is so full of great features. I love the that the trem bar just snaps into the trem instead of screwing it in. I didn't care for the SCNs, because though the pickups are noiseless, they are lifeless. It stays in tune, even with trem dives. Mine has a rosewood fretboard and is voiced a little darker than a stock Strat, but that can be changed with a different set of pickups. It feels great and looks awesome. The contoured heel makes it really easy to get to upper frets. The build quality is there; it is solid. It comes with the killer Custom Shop case, which is beautiful, and tons of case candy. It's on the heavy side as compared to a standard Strat, but oh well. We've all got to make sacrifices! And it's durable. I've really beat it up. I know that makes the collectors cringe, but what's the point of owning a great guitar if you're not gonna play it?! If you can afford it, get it!