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Here's a 1974 Fender Strat in Olympic White finish. Near mint, 100% original example! No breaks, cracks, repairs. Absolutely one of the nicest ones we've come across! Even the Olympic White finish is still white and unfaded. The serial number, pots, and pickups all date the guitar to 1974. Original staggered pole piece pickups sound fantastic! Still has original 3 way switch. Playability is exceptional, with buttery low action down the fingerboard. The neck has a super comfortable medium C profile neck, with clean frets. Acoustically it's loud and resonant. It's also light weight, coming in at 7lbs 7oz. Just a phenomenal example from top to bottom! Original bridge cover, trem arm, some case candy, and clean original hard shell case all included!

Weight- 7lbs 7oz

Nut Width- 1 5/8"

Before shipping, all guitars & basses receive a fresh, deep clean, along with a pro setup to your spec's! We are an appointment only store. All instruments are handled by SS Vintage employees only.

Feel free to call or email anytime with questions, picture requests, or just to chat about the instrument!

Free shipping is for Domestic only. For International shipping, please message us your city & postal code for an accurate shipping quote.

SS Vintage

SS Vintage

1974
Fender
Near Mint
Olympic White
Original Hard
7 Years
SS Vintage
George Coutretsis
773-472-3333
Chicago, Illinois
3:28 PM
Monday-Friday 10am-6pm Appointment Only

We accept PayPal, bank wire, and all major credit cards for payments.

For shipping, we use UPS, with all packages being fully insured. For International shipping, please message us directly, with your city and postal code, for a quote. Shipping rates do not include VAT and/or import taxes, which vary from country to country. The buyer is responsible for that cost. Arrival times will also vary from country to country. Every guitar is professionally setup and expertly packed!

We offer a 3 day approval period on all instruments from the time you receive the item. Customer is responsible for shipping instrument back if it's not the one for them.