This thing is as rare as hens teeth you just don't see these out there hardly at all. Now is you're chance to grab a piece of history and rock at the same time.
Like New played for about an hour then stored in my non smoking climate controlled studio. This is as close to new as you can get an outstanding guitar. This has a ton of MOJO see specs below. All case candy included
Fender got their hands on a stock of old-growth California redwood, and produced one of the most unique guitars out there.
Fender’s special edition Reclaimed Old-Growth Redwood Stratocaster combines rustic charm with elegant features. Its body is fashioned from reclaimed old-growth redwood used in the 1933 construction of road bridges spanning Walker Basin Creek and Caliente Creek, just east of Bakersfield, Calif. The bridges were Civilian Conservation Corps and Civilian Works Administration job creation projects implemented to ease unemployment during the Great
Depression; both aging structures were decommissioned in 2012, with some of the timbers acquired for this special Fender Special Edition Stratocaster model. A wealth of other fine features includes a maple neck with a comfortable “modern C”-shaped profile, special channel-bound rosewood fingerboard with compound radius (9.5”-14”) and 21 medium jumbo frets, single-ply brown anodized aluminum pickguard, and a handsome handrubbed oil body and neck finish that accentuates the beauty of the wood. The HSS configuration consists of two American Vintage single-coil ’65 gray-bottom pickups (neck and middle) and a Fender Diamondback™ humbucking bridge pickup, with five-way switching. Other features include two-point synchronized tremolo bridge with bent-steel saddles, Micro- Tilt™ neck adjustment, laser-etched headstock logo and more. Hard-shell case, strap, cable and polishing cloth included.
Model:Reclaimed Old Growth Redwood Stratocaster
Made In:United States