Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)

Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)
Electric
Used

Fender Custom Shop 1956 Stratocaster Relic (USED, 2006)

Prix régulier $4,582.00
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Condition

Very Good
Weight
7lbs 10oz
Nut Width
1.65"
Scale Length
25 1/2"

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This is a great example of the Custom Shop at their best. Accurate feel, looks, tones, and overall vibe. We're sold!

Why We Love This

This 2006 '56 Custom Shop Strat is a fantastic option for anyone looking to capture a bit of the mid-50s Fender magic. One of the first things we noticed when taking it for a spin, aside from how "right" it feels in-hand, is how resonant and lively it is. Great Strats always make us feel like we can leave our Tele's in their cases as they do what we want a Tele to do, and then some. Part of this boils down to the differences between 50s and 60s Fenders - the 50s Strats just behave a touch more like a Tele to us (perhaps you agree?).

The classic soft-V neck carve feels spot-on to some mid-50s Strats we've had pass through the shop, and more modern 9 1/2" radius adds to the ease of play. While there's a bit of fret wear, the guitar sets up and plays beautifully (the good ones get played, right?).

Plugged into a Victoria Victoriette, we were greeted to all the classic Strat "cluck" and slightly compressed chime we could ever want. Classic stuff in this department - nothing hot-rodded or modern - which is no surprise given this is a '56 reissue. A 5-way switch is the only "modern" touch (vs the normal 3-way a guitar of this year would have) - a welcomed touch to 99% of players (the original 3-way is included in the case, btw).

Pre-Owned Instruments | Have Questions?
We take great care in accepting only the highest quality pre-owned instruments for resale in our shop, then carefully photograph and describe each instrument to ensure what you see on our site is exactly what you'll receive. Many of these instruments carry subtle signs of handling that can escape even the most discerning eye, so if you have questions about the condition of this instrument, we invite you to call us for an in-hand description. We're always happy to help!

Info

Weight
7lbs 10oz
Case
Hardshell
Other
CoA / 3-way / trem bar / backplate are included

Condition

Condition
Light marks on the body north of the pickguard/neck pickup | light fret wear | possibly replaced 5-way switch tip | setup is spot on

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