I'd like to think that this might be the perfectly scored ending to the Leo Fender Documentary on Netflix. Is that not a thing yet? I wonder if he ever thought back in the '50's that this guitar would become an iconic, classic staple found in the hands of musicians all around the world over half a century later. This incarnation features a 9.5" fingerboard radius for the modern player, a good 'ol fashioned nitro finish, period correct hardware, a "soft-v" neck, and Pure Vintage '59 pickups. The American Original collection provides the chance play new, but feel the history of these fine tools of tone.
|Guitar||American Original '50's Stratocaster, White Blonde|
|Amp||'65 Fender Princeton Reverb FSR|
Artist: Ben Cruz