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Fender FSR Deluxe Players Strat Electric Guitar
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This Factory Special Run of the Fender Deluxe Player's Strat gives you classic sound and feel with a beautiful new finish. Upgraded with high output ...Click To Read More About This Product
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This Factory Special Run of the Fender Deluxe Player's Strat gives you classic sound and feel with a beautiful new finish. Upgraded with high output Tex-Mex pickups, medium-jumbo frets, and a 12" neck radius. As a result, it sounds fantastic and plays easy. Three single-coil pickups offer tones to cover all of your rhythm and lead needs. Gold hardware.
- White pearl pickguard
- 12" neck radius
- Medium-jumbo frets
- Gold hardware
- Tex-Mex pickups
- 3 single coil pickups
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I received my fsr 5 or 6 weeks ago and love it.The finish on it is spectacular.The gold hardware and pearloid guard look classy and everyone who sees it loves it.I own 3 strats a 74,84 60's reissue (japan),an 80's 72 reissue.Love them all and this one hangs w/all of them.The only thing negative I can say is 2 of the bridge screws weren't all the way in ?Easy fix.The p/ups are a bit hotter than stocks.THe neck and middle are awesome,full,smooth the bridge is at times harsh just roll off some vol and it helps.May have to seymoure it.My daily player has duncans s/c's in it ,fsr is a bit more bell like.btw except for 2 screws the fit and finish on this is just as good or better than my others.overall i'm thrilled w/this strat.
This guitar's features are very similar to the very popular Deluxe MIM Player's Strat - the differences being: there is no S1 switching on this guitar, the finish on this guitar is (in my opinion) superior and one of the big draws, and lastly the pickups are Tex-Mex instead of the Vintage noiseless. This is exactly what I was looking for. I had S1 switching, and with the other tones a strat does so well, I hardly ever used it. The Tex Mex pickups are more soulful and rich than the vintage noiseless, which sound slightly neutered when compared to these. However, this guitar is still quiet as can be. One complaint - I wish it had 22 frets, but no big. Also the finish is lighter than pictured. Google the name of the finish and look for real people pics, not these professional pics and you'll get the idea. More orange on the outer edge rather than dark brown. Still an extremely beautiful, flawless finish.I highly recommend you change the pickguard, pickup covers, knobs, etc to black. Very classy look. It kicks this guitar to the next level. Otherwise, with the peachy finish and pearloid pickguard it looks a bit like I'd imagine the Liberace's Artist Edition guitar would look (that is if he played guitar, and if his brother George were here). I bought it with the intention of changing the pickguard and ordered them with the guitar - an easy change over.Overall excellent workmanship, great finish, and excellent pickups.