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Fender Stratocaster Jr. Electric Guitar
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In response to popular demand Fender has created a smaller version of the Standard Stratocaster, perfect for players with smaller hands, for travel, ...Read More
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Look! I shrunk the Strat!
In response to popular demand Fender has created a smaller version of the Standard Stratocaster, perfect for players with smaller hands, for travel, or just kickin' back on the couch and riffin'. The Junior Strat has an alder body, 22-3/4"-scale C-shape neck, 3 single-coil pickups, rosewood fretboard, and a hardtail bridge. 5-way switching with volume and tone controls.
- Alder body
- Modern C-shape maple neck
- 22-3/4" scale length
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Fender hardtail bridge
- 3 Fender single-coil pickups
- 5-way switching
- Volume and tone controls
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This product from Fender has been "DISCONTINUED", and it's a plain SHAME.It was a real quality instrument specially designed for people with small hands (children 9 to 14, and some grown-up women and men ...).Fender should have made the extra effort of adapting a TREMOLO BLOCK to this model, because it is hard to think of a Stratocaster without including the use of a good tremolo block.Well, this said, this instrument is and sounds like a "Stratocaster", just like the standard models, but smaller (about 9/10 of original).Febder should manufacture this model again ... I mean, there must be instruments for everybody, and Fender should show the example, not in a huge massive production of course, but these models should definitely be present in the Fender catalogue.
Not enough punch and typical non-American construction and components. Great playability but lacking in output and quality control.
Well, I got this guitar becuase of its size, Im in a wheelchair and I had a hard time reaching up and down the neck on my Squir Strat. Now with this puppy, I can wail like never before. Teamed up with my Vox Valvetronix AD30VT amp this thing sounds like a fullsize strat, from bluesy to jazzy, and surf to hard rock. This is the best miniature guitar I could find! But im very very happy with it. if your a kid or small person, this guitar RULES! Im hoping for more high end miniatures from fenders american plant and Gibson... I would shell out for those! or short scale full size guitars would be cool to. And Tremelo, guess I'll have to pull some strings!
This thing, when set up properly, is a very fine little instrument. Lots of tonal variation and playability. I wish it was available in more interesting finishes, and wish there was a small hardscase available,and it's a little spendy, but it's quality is very good, tuners, hardware, way above Squier. It's a real strat and it fits in the overhead rack on a plane. I like it.