*ARCHIVED* 2022 Fender Custom Shop '61 Sratocaster NAMM 2023 + OHSC

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Model: Custom Shop '61 Sratocaster NAMM 2023
Year: 2022
Finish: Original
Modifications: None
Repairs: None
Weight (kg): 3.56

Case: Original

    Part of a limited run created for Fender's display at the Name show 2023, this Custom Shop '61 Strat is properly cool.

    Equipped with three Fender Fat 60's single coil Strat pickups, this is a great chunky sounding guitar that provides an instant gateway to those early 60s Strat sounds. Its been set up really well too, the bridge is floating and super stable, perfect for those Jeff Beck inspired licks...

    This guitar is practically brand new, and comes complete with the original brown case and all the usual Custom Shop paraphernalia.

    All the right ingredients are here. Alder body, slab board, great pickups and a well set up vibrato system. This guitar really does not disappoint, and stands up incredibly well to our pre-CBS vintage stock...


    Here's the specs from Fender:

    • Fender Custom Shop Heavy Relic finish for a worn-in feel right out of the box
    • Resonant and lightweight alder body
    • Sturdy roasted quarter-sawn maple neck in a comfortable '60s Oval “C” shape 
    • Dark rosewood fingerboard loaded with 21 narrow-tall frets in a 9.5-inch radius
    • A trio of Custom Shop hand-wound Fat '60s pickups deliver an overwound take on classic Strat tone
    • Vintage-style Fender tuners make string changes a breeze
    • Rock-solid Vintage Synchronized Tremolo bridge
    • Light Tint Nitro Lacquer allows your guitar to continue to age naturally
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    Availability:In Stock
    Code:C73201
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