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Fender Custom Shop Masterbuilt Crash Stratocaster Electric Guitar and Pro Jr. Amp Set

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This Custom Stratocaster electric guitar Masterbuilt by Todd Krause features a custom paint job by today's foremost pop graffiti artist, John "Crash"...Click To Read More About This Product

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A totally unique matching set of a Fender Strat with a Pro Junior Amp, painted by John "Crash" Matos.

This Custom Stratocaster electric guitar Masterbuilt by Todd Krause features a custom paint job by today's foremost pop graffiti artist, John "Crash" Mato. Included with this guitar and amp package is a canvas painting that features a white square where a Pro Junior Amp was sitting on the canvas (the missing artwork is on the amps' cabinet!) Its two-piece alder body has a urethane finish with a chrome pickguard. The one-piece maple neck has a 10/56 "V" -shaped profile, and a 9-1/2" radius. Nickel/chrome hardware includes vintage hardware. Of its 3 custom wound Fat '50s single-coil pickups, the middle pickup is reverse wound, reverse polarity to cancel hum.

  • Guitar Features:
  • Custom paint by Crash
  • Custom Shop Limited Edition Series
  • Select solid alder body
  • One-piece maple neck with C shape and a tinted nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • 9-1/2" fingerboard radius and 21 narrow jumbo frets
  • 3 custom-wound Fat '50s Strat single-coil pickups with middle pickup reverse wound, reverse polarity for hum canceling in switch positions 2 and 4
  • Master volume, tone 1 (neck pickup), and tone 2 (bridge and middle pickups)
  • 5-position pickup selector blade
  • Fender/Gotoh vintage-style tuners
  • American vintage synchronized tremolo with ash tray bridge cover
  • Nickel chrome hardware 15W of power
  • Amp Features:
  • Custom paint by Crash
  • 10" speaker
  • All-tube circuitry
  • Unique clean-to-drive volume control
  • Tolex covering matches guitar color
  • Chicken head knobs

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Good Quality

By GuitarSmasher23

from Port Huron, Michigan

Bought this as my first guitar, thought it'd be a nice starter guitar, I wasn't let down in the least bit, the action was a bit high for me when I first got it, however it's only a minor problem, I just bought a new one...I wasn't too sure how to fix I just thought it'd be faster to get a new one. The next one was perfect for me, I had to re-paint it though, I thought the paint-job was kinda cheesy...I gave the painting away just because It was a peice of crap, not sure of the artist, however...he needs to learn how to draw. I threw the amp in the trash, and just got a triple-rectifier...not too bad if your looking for a good project guitar.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Crashocaster and Amp

By mikekeneally123

from Chicago

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From my opinion, the custom shop guitar has pretty much the same features as the John Mayer stratocaster such as "select alder body" and "African Rosewood" fingerboard. I know dats its built by Crash but its just much too pricey. If you're a collector then I guess it would be cool to own one of these, but for me its not worth gigging and everything.

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What the....

By Xromos

from London, UK

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I played this guitar cause a moron friend of mine bought it. I'm not saying this is a bad guitar, it sounds pretty nice but like someone said it is not worth paying almost 25k for a descent strat with a somewat descent amp with a canvas and some spray paint. And to that dude that bought it for his 8 y/o son I suggest you get some serious help cause you got some serious issues beyond belief. You know how many lives you could have saved with that money....wait don't even go that far you could have bought a car with that.

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By lerxst-uSME-

from Seattle

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I'm not saying it's a bad guitar, it sounds ok, but a bit pricey to pay for the name of an artist I've never heard of. Don't misunderstand, I shell out thousands for guitars and amps, but the worth of this item is definitely for the collector.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Nice colors make it a steal!

By Thermonius Lodi Clem

from Painted Post NY

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The set is mine! This Strat has all the features one would expect from Fender, but the Crash paint and his inimitable style makes it all worth the money spent. In 20 years, I can make ten times what I paid because it will be a kollector item!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


A great deal!

By ArtFan69

from New York City

I bought this guitar for my friend who has recently been in a car crash and is paralyzed from the neck down. He has never played any musical instruments before in his life, but he was in love with the painting! Modern art this good normally costs three times the amount. This guitar is a steal! 5 stars

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