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Fender Standard Stratocaster HH Electric Guitar
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The Fender Standard Stratocaster HH is an intriguing variation of the Fat Strat electric guitar. The Standard Strat HH is equipped with a pair of Fen...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Fender Standard Stratocaster HH is an intriguing variation of the Fat Strat electric guitar. The Standard Strat HH is equipped with a pair of Fender humbuckers with 3-way switching. The HH Strat offers traditional vibe with thoroughly modern sound. The fast, modern C-shape neck has a rosewood fingerboard. A vintage-style trem arms you for all the dive bombing you require. Volume and dual tone controls. Fender Standard Strats now feature a thicker bridge block for increased sustain and a more stable point of contact with the strings.
- Alder body
- Maple, modern C-shape neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Vintage style synchronized tremolo
- 2 Fender humbucking pickups
- 3-way switching
- Volume, tone, tone controls
Standard Stratocaster HH Electric Guitar
- Alder body
- Maple, Modern C-shaped neck
- Satin polyurethane finish
- Fender/Ping standard cast/sealed tuning machines
- 9-1/2"-radius rosewood fingerboard
- 21 Vintage-style frets
- 2 Tex-Mex Fat-Strat humbucking pickups (neck and bridge)
- Master volume, tone (neck pickup), tone 2 (bridge pickup)
- Vintage-style synchronized tremolo at the bridge
- 3-Position blade:
- Position 1 bridge pickup
- Position 2 bridge and neck pickups
- Position 3 neck pickup
- Chrome hardware
- Fender Super Bullet 3250L strings, nickel-plated steel, (.009 to .042), p/n 073-3250-003
- 3-ply black pickguard
- 25-1/2" scale length
- WIDTH AT NUT 1.650" (42 mm)
- UNIQUE FEATURES Vintage Styling,
- Dot Position Inlays
Reviewed by 21 customers
I purchased my Standard HH in 2004 when it first came out as a Standard Strat. Today it is still my main axe. The versitility and the tone that comes from this guitar is amazing. The pick-ups sound great. This is the best deal on the market PEROID. BUY THIS GUITAR!
I bought this guitar for christmas last year and Ive been playing shows with it nonstop. I dont use the tremelo system that much...seeing as theres no locking tuners. I switched out the bridge pickup for a seymour duncan invader...and it makes this thing sing. The neck is fast and very versatile. Great guitar for any style. Im upgrading to a Les Paul DC Plus pretty soon though.
I've had my black/elbony strat HH for about 2 years now & I love everything about it. the guitar sounds great through my FM212R amp and even my early 70's fender tube reverb amp. it stands out with the dual humbuckers, rosewood fret board, and the 3-way switch. the only thing I changed was I put a fender "F" neck plate on it. the thing that I've had to adjust to was the size of the neck. it took a little while because I played my dads Fender lead 1 alot.but this is a great guitar and I'm glad I baught it
Very good quality guitar. I bought this used a few weeks ago and I am very happy with its sound. I would suggest this guitar to anyone.
I bought this guitar when it was not much more than out of the factory I screwed the whammy bar down and had a little work done on the Intonation and it is flawless to every aspect. It is a very versatile guitar good for no matter what style of music you are playing.
Overall it's a good guitar.I used to think that the pickups had the biggest influence on the voicing of the guitar. I thought it would sound more like a Gibson, than a strat, and I was wrong. I does have a unique sound, it's definitely not a single coil strat, it's definitely not a Gibson either. The bridge pickup is not particularly strong, although it's not muddy at all, and sounds OK for basic rock. If you play anything harder than that, an upgrade would be recommended. The 3-way switch is also a little boring too. The tremelo is what you paid for, you can't get too radical and still keep it in tune. I ended up rewiring it with a hot bridge pickup and a 5-way switch, and it's pretty fun to play.
Buy it! I?ve had it for almost six months and I love it! The pickups rock (I play through fender amps) and this guitar are very durable. I have one with a sunburst finish and it's beautiful! Great starter guitar!
I bought this guitar at a dealer before I really knew anything about guitars, so, I could have found something different, but all in all it's my favorite guitar I own to play. The pickups already sound good with a lil' distortion and my MXR Phase 9it sounds articulate and clean even on 200bpm 16th note triplets. (Yes, I've gotten this guitar up to that speed.)Awesome neck, not too thin not too thick. Needs adjustments, though. I had to file down my truss rod and adjust the tremolo claw to keep it in tune when i divebomb(a little chapstick on the string saddles and on the trees helps too.) All in all, a great guitar for anyone who's in to any type of music who doesn't want to shred. If you're looking for a shred guitar buy an ESP or an Ibanez(preferrably S series.)
My grandfather bought this guitar for me back in summer before I started going to a performing arts school, and it is the sweetest guitar ever! I got the all black one, and its the perfect guitar. The action is awesome and it feels great, I play alot of different guitars in stores but mine has like the best neck ever, it doesn't feel like any neck I've played before. I can't even find another fender w/ a neck like mine. The tone is great too. I can play everything from blues to metal, and it sounds great. Finish is awesome, and it is very sturdy. Very versatile and a great price too!!! Definately worth the price. Not a day goes by that I don't play it.
Ive had this guitar for over a year now. Awesome guiytar for the money. Bridge pickup wasn't really my style so I slapped a seymour duncan invader there and wow....sounds AMAZING now. I play it through a 15 watt fender amp with a Boss GT-6 FX processor. Amazing tone, great action.