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This Limited Mahogany Blacktop Stratocaster is chock-full of warmth and sustain — it delivers them by the truckload. But that’s not all! Two beefy Alnico humbuckers complement this guitar’s mahogany body, injecting your playing with mountains of amp-driving muscle. A chunky “C”-shaped maple neck and smooth-playing pau ferro fingerboard ensure effortless fretwork. Expressive bends and vibrato are yours to command, by virtue of this limited-edition Strat’s vintage-style Synchronized Tremolo. Eye-catching gold hardware, black witch-hat knobs, and a matching black headstock give this Mahogany Blacktop Stratocaster a one-of-a-kind look.
For this limited-edition Mahogany Blacktop Stratocaster, Fender changed out the typical Strat single-coil pickups for two Alnico humbuckers. You can coax anything from rock to jazz to country and blues out of these flexible tone machines. And standard Stratocaster controls make dialing in your desired tone a piece of cake. This Mahogany Blacktop Strat was designed to be a versatile guitar that's ready for any situation.
This Limited Mahogany Blacktop Stratocaster looks, sounds, and plays like a dream. It sports a comfortable “C”-shaped maple neck and a modern 9.5"-radius pau ferro fingerboard for a one-of-a-kind playing experience. This Strat’s vintage-style 6-screw Synchronized Tremolo is ideal for adding expressive vibrato to your chords and solos. Vintage-style tuning machines, a synthetic bone nut, and attractive gold hardware complete this awesome electric guitar.
First introduced in 1954, the Fender Stratocaster has become an icon of modern music. Rock, country, blues — you'll find a Strat at the heart of just about every musical genre. The distinctive Stratocaster design approaches the realm of modern art. The almost infinitely variable tones are achieved by using a number of combinations of single-coil and humbucking pickups. The roster of notable Stratocaster players includes surf rock pioneer Dick Dale, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, John Frusciante, Mark Knopfler, Yngwie Malmsteen, and hundreds more.