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Fender Ritchie Blackmore Tribute Stratocaster
For more than 40 years now, Ritchie Blackmore's famously forceful G-minor blues riff in 1972 Deep Purple classic "Smoke on the Water" has served as the quintessential heavy rock guitar riff and a metal-melody primer for burgeoning rock guitarists everywhere. Its place in rock history is as solid as the stature of the guitarist who played it.
The Ritchie Blackmore Tribute Stratocaster takes you back in time and back to the shores of Switzerland's Lake Geneva, where the smoke from the burning Montreux Casino drifted over the waters on Dec. 4, 1971, as the building was destroyed. That night, the members of Deep Purple watched the "fire in the sky" from their hotel and drew inspiration for a timeless rock classic. Blackmore played the song's powerful double-stop riff on a black 1968 Stratocaster, not knowing at the time that he was creating an archetypal guitar figure that would be eagerly imitated by legions of guitarists.
The Fender Custom Shop Ritchie Blackmore Tribute Stratocaster has a two-piece alder body with a lightly worn Black urethane finish, a "U"-shaped maple neck, 7.25"-radius maple fingerboard with medium jumbo frets, and custom '68 Stratocaster pickups hand-wound by Fender legend Abigail Ybarra. Other distinctive features include three-way pickup switching, Schaller® tuners, four-bolt neck plate stamped with the serial number and the stylized Fender "F," and a vintage-style synchronized tremolo equipped with Blackmore's distinctive custom ¼" trem arm.
Each instrument also includes an exclusive tribute decal on the back of the headstock, certificate of authenticity and orange-lined black textured vinyl case with the "Fender amp" logo.
Fender 60s Duo Tone Stratocaster Relic Vintage White
This Duo Tone Stratocaster is a new Fender combination of two decades. The Alder body from the 60s strat has got the Ash wings from the 50s! The body is constructed of three parts, the center part has the original alder wood while the two outer parts, the wings, feature ash wood for a clear tone. In this way the characteristic warm and balanced sound from the 60s is still there, but with a more distinctive voice, especially in the high tones. The Rosewood neck and the relic finish give it the vintage looks that belong to a real Fender 60s Relic.
Fender Custom Shop 2012 Closet Classic Stratocaster Pro Black
The Custom Shop 2012 Closet Classic Stratocaster Pro is a great guitar, with a swamp ash body and a distinctive Closet Classic lacquer finish that imparts the look of a long-lost but newly rediscovered instrument. For 2012, we have added a cutaway heel for easy access to the upper frets. Other special features include a quartersawn maple neck with our #3 C-shape, round-laminated 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with 9.5" radius and 6105 frets, Abby Red Hot pickups with 5-way switching and modern middle/bridge tone control.
Fender American Vintage 56 Stratocaster Left 2 Tone Sunburst
The American Vintage ’56 Stratocaster takes you straight back to mid-1956, when the model was still new and when what is quite possibly the most prized and popular neck ever affixed to the instrument first appeared—a thick one-piece maple neck with a soft “V” shape, comfortably rounded edges and a then-new butterfly string tree on the headstock. Such meticulous authenticity even extends to the single-ply white pickguard with eight holes, lightweight alder body (ash on white blonde) with deep contours, and vintage-accurate pickups (alnico 3 pickups debuted in 1956), bridge saddles, tuner spacing and more. Left handed guitar, comes in new Vintage Correct case.
Fender American Vintage 59 Stratocaster RW 3 Tone Sunburst
1959 was an important and highly evolutionary year for the Stratocaster because that’s when slimmer necks, rosewood fingerboards and multi-ply laminated pickguards first appeared. The American Vintage ’59 Stratocaster presents two versions of that year’s pivotal transitional model; one from early 1959 and one from later 1959. Both have the slim-profile D-shaped maple neck of that year, with the earlier version featuring a maple fingerboard, faded Three-color Sunburst finish and single-ply white pickguard with eight holes; the later version (in faded Three-color Sunburst, Black and limited faded Sonic Blue finishes) featuring a dark rosewood slab fingerboard and three-ply mint green pickguard with 10 holes and vintage-style edge bevels. Both also feature a lightweight alder body, aged plastic knobs and vintage-accurate pickups, bridge saddles, tuner spacing and more. Comes with new vintage correct case.