Here we have a 2008 Fender Roadworn ’60s Stratocaster in relic’ed Sunburst finish. These Roadworn Strats are really nice guitars. Machine relic’ed so every one of them looks the same, but it’s a good looking pattern of wear they chose for this model, so we don’t mind. What’s notable about these guitars is how great they sound and how nicely they play. This one has been upgraded with Fender Custom Shop pickups, and it’s a guitar you can definitely gig with. It does everything it should and way more.
Basic Specs: Aged Nickel vintage-style tuners. 1 5/8 inch Corian nut. Maple neck with 25.5 inch scale length. Neck depth is .80 inches at the first fret and .87 inches at the twelfth fret. Rosewood fingerboard with 21 frets and a 7.25 inch radius. These factory frets are larger than the true vintage frets would have been. Some fret wear on the bottom 5 frets but nothing major. Fender Custom Shop pickups have been installed. Original CTS pots. Fender stamped 6-saddle bridge. Trem bar included. Great 3-tone sunburst finish.
This one’s a great example of the Roadworn series, especially with the upgraded pickups. Comes with a Roadrunner gig bag.
Model: Roadworn '60s Stratocaster
Finish: Relic'ed Tri-tone Sunburst
Case: Roadrunner Gig Bag
Weight: 7 pounds 3 ounces
Condition: Excellent Relic'ed Condition
Comments: These '60s Roadworn Strats are like a secret weapon---way better than you'd ever suspect.