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SOLD! Arigato Gozaimasu
« on: June 26, 2019, 10:49:00 PM »
FSO: 2013 Fender American Special Strat

Synchronized tremolo, and a large '70s-style headstock. All in, it's quite a potent music-delivery system. And it's made in the USA in Fender's state-of-the-art Corona, California, factory.

You're sure to cut through the mix, thanks to a trio of Fender's Texas Special single-coils. Used in any one of the five possible switch positions, the pickups give you classic Fender tones that have been with us since the dawn of the Strat. But these pickups have a little something extra that sets the American Special Strat apart from previous Strat incarnations - a Greasebucket tone circuit and vintage-style tremolo round out the features on this beauty.

Greasebucket tone control rolls off highs without affecting volume
Fender has fitted the American Special Stratocaster with their Greasebucket tone control, which rolls off highs without adding bass or affecting your volume. This is seriously cool, because it gives you explicit control over your tone onstage without your having to compensate for volume loss. It makes the American Special Strat a serious tone machine.
Fender American Special Stratocaster Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:

Comfort-contoured alder Strat body

Supremely playable maple neck with jumbo frets

3 Texas Special single-coil pickups

Fender's innovative Greasebucket tone control rolls off highs without altering volume

Vintage-style synchronized tremolo

Fender gig bag & backplate included

Vid demo by your's truly, it's tone speaks for itself:

Review: https://www.musicradar.com/reviews/guitars/fender-american-special-stratocaster-237197

P43,000 (Seriously nego for serious buyers, cash only. Or I might consider an MIJ or MIA semi hollow)

RFS: Not a strat guy. This axe is too good for me.

SOLD.



















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