Here twin-humbucker 2000 Fender in a light blue metallic finish with factory fitted Seymour Duncan high-output pick ups. One of my better guitars and supercharged, all original, factory fitted. Defo one of my best dual Humbucker guitars. It’s a responsive guitar and easy to play. They guitar is fairly light weight ash with rosewood fretboard. Very good condition, no obvious marks or dents. Lives in its Fender hardcase.
Fender Stratocaster, 1979 Hardtail in natural wood finish, relatively light Ash body, with rosewood fretboard. This is a great stock Fender guitar, industrially built, and despite Fenders 1970s quality issues this is a great machine. The guitar plays very well, all the standard chrome hardware operating, as it should, the electrics work flawlessly. The finish has yellowed slightly is due to ageing giving it a satinwood appearance. Great looker and a killer player, as you would expect from a classic fender guitar. The wood on the neck has also aged to a rich colour resulting in a similar dark satin finish. In all a very playable and guitar oozing mojo.
In 1979, Fender celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Stratocaster (introduced in 1954) with its first “anniversary” instrument, and the first Fender Guitar to be issued in a pre-determined and numbered, limited quantity. A small run of 500 or so instruments produced were finished in Pearl White. However, due to the instability and excessive checking of the finish, many were recalled and re-finished in Porsche Silver (though Fender refers to it as “25th Anniversary Stratocaster Silver”), the color that was used in the rest of the production run. So here we have one of these Silver series in near mint condition.