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2016 Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster Sonic Blue White Case All Case Candy
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Fender Eric Johnson Signature Model Stratocaster at a Glance:
- Made with the finest woods available
- Custom pickups wound to Eric's specifications
- Vintage tremolo and '57-style features
Made with the finest woods available
The Eric Johnson Signature Model Fender Stratocaster guitar is built from some of the finest materials available. The light 2-piece alder body is dressed in a very thin nitrocellulose lacquer finish, and the 1-piece quartersawn maple neck sports a 12" fingerboard radius, 21 highly polished frets, and a soft V-shaped neck profile.
Custom pickups wound to Eric's specifications
Additional features on the Eric Johnson Strat include staggered vintage-style machine heads (thus eliminating the need for a string tree), custom pickups with countersink screws that are wound to Eric's specifications, and a highly contoured body and neck.
Vintage tremolo and '57-style features
The Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster comes with a parchment '57-style pickguard, a 5-way pickup switch, master volume, neck tone, and bridge tone controls, and a vintage tremolo with five tremolo springs.
Fender Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster Features:
- 1-piece quartersawn soft V-shaped maple or Rosewood neck
- 2-piece deep-contoured '57-style lightweight alder body
- 12" radius fingerboard
- Height-staggered vintage-style tuners eliminate the need for string trees
- Vintage tremolo with silver-painted block and '57-style string recess
- 3 tremolo springs and no-back tremolo cover plate
- Deluxe blonde hardshell case included with brown ends
- Many colors with nitrocellulose finish
- 21 highly polished medium-jumbo frets
- 1-ply parchment pickguard
- 25.5" scale length
- 3 Special Design Custom Shop Eric Johnson pickups
- Master volume, neck tone, and bridge tone controls
- Nickel/chrome hardware
You could easily make the case that Fender electric guitars were responsible - at least in great part - for the birth of modern rock 'n' roll. Originally designed to be easier to build, Leo Fender's masterpieces, which include classics like the Stratocaster, the Telecaster, and the original Precision Bass, were at the core of a musical revolution that spawned everything from surf to country to punk!
In the 1960s, when Fender guitars first hit bandstands and stages all around the country, it was astonishing to see that trademark Fender maple neck and fingerboard. Though the company eventually offered rosewood fingerboards as standard or optional on its entire line of instruments, those first blonde necks really shook things up. Others have picked up on the maple neck theme, but it's clearly yet another of Leo Fender's firsts.
Sold as is no returns as its used, however, I have been hand picking my customers instruments for over 20 years now and they all loved the guitars I found for them. This cool Strat will certainly not be an exception.