For Sale is a very special piece of Blues and Rock history; the famed 1958 Fender Stratocaster played and or recorded with by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimmy Page, Carlos Santana, Mason Ruffner, and many other great artists including recordings by Bob Dylan! - This was Mason's Ruffners' early and main guitar for many, many years. -
It is, as witnessed by Billy Gibbons, one of the nicest sounding...
A 1958 Blond Stratocaster
1958 Fender Stratocaster.
This 'blond' September 1958 Stratocaster weighs just 7.90 lbs. One-piece solid ash body, contoured on the back and the lower bass bout. One-piece fretted maple neck with a nut width of just over 1 5/8 inches, a scale length of 25 1/2 inches and a wonderful medium 'C' profile. Maple fretboard with 21 original frets and black dot position...
EC, this player's Strat® looks COOL and sounds killer, body has been refinished red (pro job - very close to Dakota red), neck (marked 10-58) has been oversprayed (pro job), headstock decals have been removed, the tremolo, strap buttons and tuners are original to the instrument, a newer pickguard has been installed and it houses a complete 1963 Strat harness (pickups, pots, caps and wire),...
PRICE DROP. I'm selling one of my personal guitars! Yes, the gear bug bites even dealers. This is a SPECIAL guitar and the most rare guitar I've ever owned. It is one of TEN ever made. It's a Fender Custom Shop 1958 stratocaster made during the Custom Shop's late 90s golden era, 1997 to be exact. The guitar is in shell pink with gold hardware and Birdseye maple fretboard, neck, and head stock....
A Near Mint First Year Stratocaster.
1954 Fender Stratocaster.
This 12 3/4-inch-wide "dream" guitar weighs 8.20 lbs. and has a two-piece ash body, contoured on back and lower bass bout. One-piece fretted maple neck with a nut width of just under 1 5/8 inches, a scale length of 25 1/2 inches and a wonderful thick profile. Maple fretboard with 21 original thin frets and black dot position...
This limited edition reissue of the 1958 stratocaster is not just
gorgeous but affordable! Only 252 of these guitars will be available
in North America, so you should not miss the opportunity to play
this rare guitar.
One Piece Maple C Neck
Vintage Size Frets
7.25" Radius Fingerboard
Japan ST Single "Vintage" Pickups
The American Vintage series introduces an all-new lineup of
original-era model year guitars that bring Fender history and
heritage to authentic and exciting new life. With key features and
pivotal design elements spanning the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, new
American Vintage series instruments delve deep into Fender's
roots—expertly preserving an innovative U.S. guitar-making...
Retrofret Stock # 6141. Fender Stratocaster 1968 Re-issue Model Solid Body Electric Guitar (1994), made in Japan, serial # T 032916, sunburst finish, alder body, maple neck, gig bag case. Overall length is 39 3/8 in. (100 cm.), 13 in. (33 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 1 3/4 in. (4.4 cm.) in depth, measured at side of rim. Scale length is 25 1/2 in. (648 mm.). Width of nut is 1 5/8 in. (41...
1983 Fender Stratocaster 1957 Reissue
Original Olympic White Finish
All Original Fullerton Reissue Era Guitar
Very Rare Combination of Original 3-Way Switch And Gray Bottom Pickups
All Original Parts are Dated Correctly
Some Honest Playwear But No Major Issues of Any Kind (See all photos)
Comes with the Original Case And tremolo Arm
Fullerton Era (1982-1984) Fender Reissues
Condition 9/10 (light playing wear)
Notes - Interest /desirability for the first year Stratocasters is strong, the above is in exceptional "investment "grade condition and is realistically priced for today's market.
The above instrument has been "PRICED TO SELL" as similar instruments are being marketed...
Ash body, bakelite parts in excellent shape, killer playing and sounding, and super lightweight. 100% original except volume pot and 5-way switch (original pot and 3-way in case! - I'll put them back if you prefer). Some chippage and sharpie touch-up. Great grain! Original frets are in great shape.
Incredible tone comes out of these hardtail Strats... not sure why they're not as popular, I...
Weighing in at a mere 7 lb 13 oz this rare feather weight, rare see thru blonde, rare hard tail with a stable 3 bolt neck is truly a rare find.
The frets are still in good shape making this guit a really nice player.
Not so rare is the 1977 series serial number on a Fender made with 1978 pots etc and the non-original hard shell case.
This guitar is a classic 1957 Fender Stratocaster in a two-tone sunburst finish with a maple neck.
This is it! This guitar has it all. It is in really great condition, plays awesome, and sounds like the iconic guitar that it is. All the plastic, electronics, tuners, pickups, frets, solder joints, and case are original.
As I hold this guitar in my hands, I can tell you that it has been...
So you think that Blondes have more fun. One look at this one will tell you that the old saying is absolutely true.
We purchased this 1957 Fender Stratocaster sn# -229XX from actor Steven Seagal. We’re just mentioning it…we offer no provenance attached to it as proof. When Mr. Seagal purchased this guitar he had jumbo frets installed…our own John Bertsche has done his magic and put it back to...
SOLD Thanks to the free press on TGP..thanks guys!!!
Find one cleaner and I'll buy you a steak at Mortons (you come to me of course....).
Not a screw turned as far as I can tell. I will NOT take this guitar apart for anyone. I had a third-party expert (household name) evaluate it in person and even he was unwilling to risk this beauty to a wild-eyed Craftsman. Pickups are strong...
: For sale at Greg's Guitars Atlanta a 1978 Fender® Stratocaster®, tremelo model, very nicely grained natural Ash original body finish from the Fender® factory, tight 3 bolt neck,gray bottom pickups. Weight is 8 lbs. and 10 ounces , pretty light for the era. No backplate,It features white knobs,a black/red/black replacement pick guard and Grover tuning keys with no extra holes , the original...
**** ON SALE 3/15/14-5/01/14 $500 OFF OF OUR ASKING. THE ANTIGUA STRAT WAS A COLOR THAT TOOK A WHILE TO "CATCH ON" BUT NOW IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MORE DESIRABLE COLORS OF THE ERA (LATE 70S AND EARLY 80S). THIS HARD TAIL STRAT IS INSANELY CLEAN AND 100% ORIGINAL DOWN TO THE CASE. POTS DATE TO THE 7TH WEEK OF 1978 SO ITS AN EARLY ONE. WHATS REALLY GREAT ABOUT IT IS THAT UNLIKE SOME LATER 70S...
This is a wonderful sounding and playing vintage Stratocaster with the very desirable slight “V” neck profile. The pickups read: Bridge: 5.71 ohms, Middle: 5.64 ohms, & Neck: 5.79 ohms. Pot codes: 304543 (Stackpole 43 week of 1955). The guitar’s weight is 7 lbs 12 oz. Overall condition is 7.5 out of 10. This guitar certainly has the vintage tone and vintage vibe.
This highly collectable 1954 Fender Stratocaster is from the first year of production. It is the most admired guitar we have posted for sale. The iconic Stratocaster, still in production 60 years later, was designed by Leo Fender, George Fullerton, and Freddie Tavares. Engraved on the chrome neck plate is the four digit serial number, 0021. Written in pencil on the butt of the neck is "TG 6-54". ...
This all original pre CBS 1959 Fender Stratocaster is both a great playing guitar and a very collectable one as well. We are classifying the condition of this guitar as very good but it could easily be considered excellent since the only alteration from the original is a single screw. The five digit serial number, 411_ _, is engraved on the four screw metal neck plate. Written inside the rear...
Nice lightweight 1956 Fender Stratocaster with original 2 color sunburst finish. Pot dates 304 605. Neck Date XA-7-56, Neck Plate #12843. Pickup resistances are: neck 6.16 ohm, middle 5.88 ohm, bridge 5.72 ohm. Pro refret plays well. Tuner holes enlarged for Schaller mini tuners, original bushings still fit and original tuners cover all but small screw holes. Original tweed hardshell case.
VG-EC, body refinished shoreline gold (pro job by Lay's of Akron), pickup and control cavities have been enlarged, 1 extra cavity, 1 piece maple neck has beed reprofiled and refinished (new decals), 6'' radius, pickups appear original, newer pots and electronics, newer anodized pickguard, newer gold jack cup, newer plastic parts, looks pretty cool and the neck pickup RIPS, 1-5/8'' nut, 25-1/2''...
VG-EC, original '55 ash body refinished white (a long time ago), newer Fender® replacement 1 piece maple neck (marked May 14 2001), dot markers, 21 frets, original bridge and mid pickups, tone pots (dated 47th week of '55), tremolo and tuners, newer neck pickup (60's grey back), volume pot ('78), 5 way switch, tone cap, plastic parts and screws, body has had a minor repair in the heel area,...