Fender Japan Traditional 50s Strat Left Handed Black

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Fender FSR models are always hotly anticipated, these special runs offer the chance to experience something a little different within the Fender range. This run is part of Fenders MIJ, made in Japan range; these guitars have a mega reputation for delivering incredible playability and often become some real collector's pieces. This Traditional 50s Stratocaster is a real gem.

The Basswood body is typically well balanced and comfortable, as all Strat's are, and with a crisp Black finish it looks real slick. Its super resonant and delivers a bell like high end, punchy mids and robust lows with flawless precision. The Chrome hardware really complements the bold aesthetic for a really well rounded guitar.

The Maple neck features a 7.25" radius for a superb modern playing action without any choking. With a U shape profile, Rosewood fingerboard and 21 vintage style frets, it offers a really comfortable playing experience; it's equally at home playing big chords or intricate lead work.

A trio of Fender Vintage Style single coils provide classic Strat sparkle. Offering a smooth, traditional tone, these pickups are crisp and articulate. The vintage style synchronized tremolo allows you the opportunity to add some delicious textures to your playing too.

We always try to cater for our left handed friends and this Strat is a great option.


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