4 edition of Fender Stratocaster found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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The celluloid pickguard was switched out for one made of cheap ABS plastic• The materials used down to the control knobs• 1958-1960 In 1958, they went back to the U-shaped neck and they slightly tweaked the sunburst finish from two to three colors.
Stymied over the best way to get started recording or playing live? The was fitted with 3 bolts instead of 4 bolts Most notoriously, they introduced a large headstock design which allowed for a larger logo text to make the Fender brand was more prominent on TV promotional campaigns and billboards. Since it first hit the music scene, the Strat was a favorite among guitarists of many styles. This allowed the musician to perform huge dive bombs and pitch changes. Free from blemishes, scratches, and user wear.
Add to that 3 hand-woundconnected to a 3-way switch using Stackpole 250k ohms pots. The beginning of the road for the Stratocaster was 1954, when Leo Fender along with George Fullerton and Freddie Tavere, after Fender Stratocaster iterations settled on the now-familiar Strat design with its double-cutaway body.
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They also changed the from ash to alder in their sunburst models the blonde finish stuck with the ash. Honestly, exploring these pages is like taking a walk through a museum of Fender Stratocasters that have appeared in the decades that followed its debut in 1954 - so there's bound to be something here that grabs your interest.
From its stunning versatility to its bright and cutting tone, there is no other axe like the Fender Stratocaster. And as you can see from this catalog, you don't Fender Stratocaster to look any further for a wide range of Fender used Stratocasters. If you want a better idea of which one is right for you, your best bet is to delve into each model separately.
With an illustrious history that dates back to 1954, the Strat's body shape has been copied countless times by guitar manufacturers. Towards the end of the 1970s, they also brought in a 5-way pickup switch rather than the standard 3-way one.
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Of course, nothing beats the real thing, and within this section you'll discover a wide array of Fender Stratocaster guitars ranging from American Vintage and American Professional models to American Original, American Elite and signature models from acclaimed Strat players.
1958-1960 In 1958, they went back to the U-shaped neck and they slightly tweaked the sunburst finish from two to three colors.