A few years ago, I was buying Fender parts for my Fender Stratocaster guitar for my wife, so I figured, Why not just go to a local dealer and get it for me?
I bought an Fender Telecaster from a local dealership, which I would have been happy to pay for.
That dealer was called the Fender Store.
But then I heard that they had a small number of guitars for sale, so, I asked for a Fender Model 70 guitar, which was my favorite Fender guitar.
I was told it was a “filler” or a “slip” guitar, but that it was good to go for the regular price.
Then I got a call from the dealership.
It was the Fenders guitar they had for sale.
I couldn’t believe it.
I’m sure you can imagine the response.
The dealership had to get in touch with the Fords management and get the Fines, Fender’s sales reps.
They told me the guitar was a special Fender item.
That was a big deal to me because I’m a collector.
I loved the guitar so much that I decided to have it professionally repaired.
This Fender “Slip” Stratocasters were discontinued in 1997.
I don’t know why they were discontinued, but they were just too expensive to repair.
The guitar was actually pretty good.
But now that the Stratocasts are in the wild, it’s a much better guitar.
The neck is very solid and has the best tuning of any Fender instrument I’ve ever owned.
The sound is excellent, with a clean and balanced tone.
And the finish on the neck is one of the best I’ve seen.
It has an attractive, glossy, pearl-like finish, which is hard to find these days.
The Stratocast pickups have the best pickups I’ve heard.
The bridge pickup has a bright and warm tone, and the bridge pickup is so warm and clear.
The strings are also of great quality.
The nut is in great condition, too.
It’s the best fretboard I’ve had.
And, the pickups are not just great.
They’re a great value.
This guitar has been in my garage for five years, so it’s been very well cared for.
It plays beautifully and has a wonderful sound.
I would recommend this guitar to anyone who loves the Forss Stratocasting and Fenders Telecaster.
It sounds amazing and has great tone, too, and I have no complaints.
Buy the Fins Fender-slip Stratocassis guitar for just $1595 from the National Geographic Store.
You can also buy a Fenders Stratocaste for just over $1150 from the same store.