Description
Description

A gorgeous all original 1971 Fender Stratocaster in rare Firemist Gold Metallic! Firemist Gold replaced Shoreline Gold in 1965, and was used as a custom color until it was discontinued in the early 70s. This guitar also has a great story about its original owner! The guitar was custom ordered in 1970 by Buffalo based Blues guitarist, Robert “Count Rabbit” Robinson! In 1959, Robinson had a national hit with the song, “Why Did You Go,” recorded with Eugene Washington as “Robert and Gino.” The clear coat on the body has gracefully aged over the years producing a rich, smoky shade of gold with beautiful checking throughout. The neck on this example features a maple cap, and larger CBS headstock. The frets are in phenomenal shape, with plenty of life remaining.

It weighs in 7 lbs and 11 oz, and comes with the original strap, cord, and Fender case.

If you have any questions, please give us a call at 516-221-0563. We'd be happy to give you an in-hand description of the guitar. All of our guitars are properly set up by John Bertsche, our brilliant guitar tech, and will be professionally packed with care. 

Return Policy

Upon receipt, if you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you must notify WSG within 24 hours. We will refund your money as soon as the merchandise is returned to us in the same condition as when it shipped out. The customer is responsible for all shipping, insurance, and bank fees that may be incurred throughout the return process. All returns must be packaged in the same materials that the guitar was sent out in to ensure the instruments safety. All claims regarding loss or damage are the responsibility of the purchaser.

Well Strung Guitars

Well Strung Guitars

1971
Fender
Brand New
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Upon receipt, if you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you must notify WSG within 24 hours. We will refund your money as soon as the merchandise is returned to us in the same condition as when it shipped out. The customer is responsible for all shipping, insurance, and bank fees that may be incurred throughout the return process. All returns must be packaged in the same materials that the guitar was sent out to ensure the safety of the instrument. All claims regarding loss or damage are the responsibility of the purchaser.