Combining vintage and modern features, the Fender Custom Shop Limited Edition 1950’s Journeyman Relic Stratocaster with rosewood neck is one of the more unique and fabulously cool guitars we’ve seen in a while. The guitar features a solid rosewood neck with a 1957 soft V carve, a trio of Custom Shop position-specific pickups with reverse wound/reverse polarity middle and treble bleed circuit, gold anodized pickguard, and a super-cool Burgundy Mist metallic relic lacquer finish. The fingerboard has a 9.5” radius, and is fretted with 6105 jumbo wire for a bluesy bend-friendly feel; and, at 7.6 lbs the guitar is right in the pocket for weight – especially considering the mass of that rosewood neck!

The guitar is in as-new condition, and has seen very little action. We’ve tweaked the set-up to bring out the best it has to offer. The case accoutrements are all included with the guitar, as is the original Custom Shop case.

Shipping into the USA?

Sending this guitar to a US address is easy to do, and there are no import fees, taxes, or duties to pay when it arrives. We take care of everything involved in shipping – all you have to do unpackage the instrument when it arrives and play!

Questions? Email us anytime, or call us toll-free at 1-855-772-0424.

We are located in Canada. US prices are approximate. Please contact us for current US pricing.

Year Condition Color Case
2015 Near Mint Burgundy Mist Metallic Original Hard


Folkway Music
Waterloo, ON
12:13 AM
Folkway is open from 11 AM to 6 PM Tuesday to Friday, and from 10 AM to 5 PM on Saturday.

Folkway Music accepts Visa, Mastercard, money order, bank transfer, or cash.

Folkway Music ships internationally. On applicable instruments, we'll help acquire the CITES permits that may be needed as quickly as possible. We most frequently use FedEx, but can arrange to ship with any carrier, at a customers request.

Folkway Music offers a 48 hour approval period. We will refund your payment if you are not 100% satisfied with your instrument. All shipping costs are non-refundable, however, and are the responsibility of the purchaser.