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Hotter pickups, flatter fingerboard, lightly aged.
The Road Worn Player Stratocaster is the latest addition to the popular Road Worn series that
struck a chord with guitarists with their aged,
well-played look and feel and their incredible
value. The new Road Worn Player series guitars
take the experience a step further with
modern player-centric modifications including
hotter pickups for smoldering, gritty tone and
a flatter fingerboard for smooth, effortless
bends. Lightly aged with care, Road Worn
Player guitars feel immediately comfortable
and familiar, offering endless miles of musical
The Road Worn Player Stratocaster guitar
has an alder body with a lightly worn lacquer
finish, modern "C"-shaped maple neck with
lightly worn urethane finish, maple fretboard
with 9.5" radius and medium-jumbo frets,
Texas Special™ single-coil pickups, five-way
switching, aged knobs and switch tip,
three-ply pickguard, vintage-style
synchronized tremolo bridge, and deluxe gig
Texas Special Stratocaster Pickups
The pickup that redefined the Texas blues sound. Overwound, calibrated, vintage style Stratocaster pickups with plenty of midrange chirp, crystal highs and tight bass. Alnico 5 magnets and enamel coated magnet wire create the increased output that demands respect! Throw in a reverse
wound/reverse polarity middle pickup for hum canceling in positions 2 and 4 and you're transported back to Austin to watch another set from Double Trouble.
Road Worn Player Stratocaster Electric Guitar
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Comments about Fender Road Worn Player Stratocaster Electric Guitar:
When I saw that there were no reviews for this guitar, I just had to write one. First I have to say, I've had many guitars, fender american deluxe, american '57 reissue stratocaster, american standard, godin progression. The '57 stratocaster I loved but the neck had this gloss finish that really made it difficult to play. But this mexican strat with this relic finish and it's texas special pups, everything just comes together. If your a texas blues lover get this guitar. At first I wasn't sure because I didn't want to pay this price for a mexican. But I bought it and I love it.