Fender Road Worn 50s Stratocaster with Gig Bag

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The irresistibly cool look of finish worn through to the wood, rusted hardware, a bruised neck and yellowing plastic parts are yours right away with Road Worn instruments. The Road Worn ’50s Stratocaster sounds, looks and feels like it’s been there and back, has more than a few miles on it, and then some. With authentic 1950s styling aged to impart a lifetime of wear and tear that has somehow made it get even better, it’s a must-have for the Strat player who appreciates broken-in look and vibe.

Fender Road Worn 50s Stratocaster Guitar Features

  • 1950s style with aged/worn body, neck, finish and hardware touches
  • Maple neck with '50s-era "soft V" profile
  • 7.25"-radius maple fingerboard with 21 narrow jumbo frets
  • Tex-Mex™ single-coil pickups with modern five-way switching
  • Vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge
  • Worn nitrocellulose-lacquer finish
Narrow Jumbo Frets
Narrow jumbo frets are taller and slightly narrower than their medium jumbo cousins, making them especially effective for bending notes.

7.25” Fingerboard Radius
The fingerboard radius is an important spec that describes the amount of curvature across the width of the fingerboard. This instrument has a 7.25” fingerboard radius, with a more pronounced “vintage-style” curvature typical of Fender guitars from the 1950s, ’60 and ’70s. It’s the way to go for those who grew up with vintage instruments or simply prefer the feel of greater fingerboard curvature.

Tex-Mex™ Pickups
The Tex-Mex single-coil pickups on this guitar are over-wound for tight, clear bass, sparkling high end and maximum output ideal for everything from soaring clean tone to earthy Texas grit.

Product Specifications
Fender Road Worn ’50s Stratocaster Electric Guitar
  • Body: Alder
  • Finish: Lacquer
  • Neck: 1-Piece Maple, Soft V Shape, (Urethane Finish)
  • Fingerboard: Maple, 7.25 Inch (184mm) Radius
  • Frets: 21 Narrow Jumbo 6105 Frets
  • Scale Length: 25.5 Inches (648 mm)
  • Nut Width: 1.650 Inches (42 mm)
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Bridge: Vintage Style Synchronized Tremolo
  • Pickguard: 1 Ply White, 8 Hole
  • Pickups: 3 Tex-Mex Strat Single-Coil Pickups with Staggered, Alnico Magnet Pole Pieces and Parchment Covers
  • Pickup Switching: 5-Position Blade:
    • Position 1. Bridge Pickup
    • Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup
    • Position 3. Middle Pickup
    • Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup
    • Position 5. Neck Pickup
  • Controls:
    • Master Volume
    • Tone 1. (Neck Pickup)
    • Tone 2. (Middle Pickup and Middle/Bridge Combination)
  • Machine Heads: Fender/Ping Vintage Style Tuning Machines
  • Strings: Fender Standard Tension ST250R, Nickel Plated Steel, Gauges: (.010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046)
  • Included Accessories: Deluxe Gig Bag
  • Unique Features:
    • Distressed body, neck, and hardware creating an aged appearance
    • Aged Knobs and Switch Tip
    • Vintage Styling
    • Synthetic Bone Nut


Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  (480) 596-9690 Warranty:  Instruments: Limited Lifetime; Electronic Products (amps): Transferrable 5 Year Limited; Accessories: 1 Year Limited
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Good guitar if you are willing to spend some extra money getting it right.
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It is a Mexican Strat. We all know Mexican Strats are basic mid-low quality guitars. It looks pretty cool, I bought it as a living room guitar that I don't mind my kid knocking over. ( leave my Americans in my music room).The frets are really bad and sharp. You need to spend $100 getting the frets smooth and right. Tuners are cheap chinese reprod. The Texas special pups are noisy with no punch. Put aside $179 to buy a tube screamer to get any sound out of them. It sounds like I am trashing this but I am not. It is a $700 guitar... I have $3000 guitars and you get what you pay for. This is much better than a same price Epiphone anything or a cheap Ibanez. I spent $500 getting this guitar right. A set of vintage noisless pups a set of kluson tuners and a Callaham bridge.... It is now a really nice player . The " worn" finish looks a bit fake, but a year of playing this every day will even out the fake worn look. Get a scratch and dent like me and it is worth every penny .
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