This instrument received a full professional setup with deep body cleaning, body polish, neck deep clean, lemon oil fretboard treatment, full electronics check, truss-rod and action and intonation adjustment. Restringed with D'addario 10-46 Nickel-plated steel strings.
This guitar will be shipped around UK and EU with Parcelforce courier, safely packed into a sturdy guitar cardboard box. 24h courier service provided to UK customers. Worldwide shipping available as well, but please get in touch if you are in EU.
Fender Stratocaster - Japan - Black Road worn - Flatpole pickups (1992)
MODEL: Fender Japan Stratocaster
YEAR: 1992, M-serial MIJ
COLOUR: piano black, gloss lacquer
PICKGUARD: 1-ply aged white
NECK: C-shape maple neck, worn satin lacquer
FRETBOARD: maple, 9.5-inch radius
FRETS: 21 vintage frets with moderate wear
TUNERS: Fender Japan, chrome finish
BODY: Basswood, original HSH body routing
TOTAL WEIGHT: 3,6 kg
TREMOLO: 6-point vintage style tremolo, bent steel saddles, tapered tremolo block, 3 springs, aged white backplate.
WEAR: plenty of surface wear and small dings on the body, scratches on the scratchplate, neck lacquer play wear
PICKUPS: Fender Japan flatpole ceramic single-coil pickups
WIRING: original Fender Japan wiring with 5-way switch, A250K pots, ceramic capacitor
Please note that although we put our heart and soul and also all our knowledge into every single guitar we sell, a setup is a personal preference and we cannot give any guarantees. However, we try to get the best playability out of every guitar and set them up so you can play both rhythm and lead. We also pull them all apart to clean and check every single component and replace all unreliable parts with new ones, from dodgy pots to the whole wiring, tuners, string trees, nuts and etc. All the work done is described in detail in the listing.
We make sure that every guitar we sell is problem free and take full responsibility for the accuracy of our listing descriptions. All photographs are done by a professional photographer and processed on a calibrated monitor. Some colours might look slightly different on your monitor, but we will always put the official Fender colour name in the listing description, so please study pictures of other guitars with the same colour if you are unsure. We focus on finding great quality guitars and making them reliable and inspiring to play.