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Fender 50th Anniversary American Deluxe Stratocaster (2004)

STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the American Deluxe Stratocaster series

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Published on 10/04/04 at 14:10
Made United States but I think not considering the price it would make sense.
22 box for micro config stroto classik koi
of 3 with a simple system of death that kills made in fender well but hey I have not had time to test this guitar.
the vibrato is the fender system with 5 spring
a volume knob and 2 tone knobs I think
handle very nice and very pleasant with nice gold Mécanik

UTILIZATION

Handle very pleasant though not very fast indeed round but really cool what.
Acute easy
sava ergonomics yes but not too pushed really correct
for her it is far from pleased his degue

SOUNDS

Music jazz blues rock pretty good but the metal it must be done but it made for a string of what the bottleneck sound of hell with this kind of thing.

test with my teacher scratched with 12W Fender amp but a lot of pedal and other not very powerful but very well adjusted and calibrate what

OVERALL OPINION

I have about 1 hour jou.
the look in gold is really fun its been good but showing off bcp
and the sound is not bad.
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