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Fender American Stratocaster HH [2003-2006]
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« Stand up and Shout!!! »

Published on 10/05/11 at 19:02
The Fender Stratocaster is a simple and yet overwhelming guitar at times because it has such a fluid feel, and can play in pretty much any band with any music on the planet. It has such a great fiery agility but yet a precise tone that no other guitar can match. So simple of a design simple make up and overall it's just a pretty rocking instrument. You can find these guitars in pretty much any guitar shop in the world. You have a great sound and a great tone that is built for rock 'n roll.

UTILIZATION


Fender American Series - Stratocaster Hardtail Features:


Body: Non veneered alder or ash
Neck: One-piece maple
Fingerboard: Rosewood or maple (9.5" Radius/241 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5" (648 mm)
Frets: 22 medium-jumbo
Width at Nut: 1.6875" (43 mm)
Tuning Machines: Deluxe staggered cast/sealed
Pickups: 3 custom staggered alnico 5 single-coil
Pickup Switching: 5-way
Controls: Volume, tone (N), no-load tone (M/B)
Pickguard: 3-ply parchment
Bridge: Non-tremolo string-through-body with stainless saddles
Unique Features Hand rolled fingerboard edges; highly detailed fret and nut treatment; Bi-Flex truss rod; "DeltaTone" system (including high output bridge pickup and special "no-load" tone control for middle and bridge pickups); Micro-Tilt neck adjustment; straplock buttons
Strings: Fender® 250L's (.009 to .042)

SOUNDS


The tone of these guitars are of amazing and feel of them is even more impressive. This is a guitars that you probably hope that you can own one day if you don't already have one, because the tone of it is just a remarkable. I love this guitar primarily with a nice Marshall amplifier preferably with the four inputs. Using a jumper cable in this guitar is just flat out awesome and the tone is fantastic. Use a little bit of overdrive from a nice boss overdrive pedal on a 100 watt high gain head and you can get some great rocking tones. It's a wonderful instrument and for what it does and the price it does, there's no other guitar that I can match it.

OVERALL OPINION


These guitars coming new right at around $1000 or maybe some $1200 depending on where you buy it but for that price you can get a whole lot these days. Just a great American built guitar from the balance and feel is excellent and if you need a guitar that is pretty versatile for any style of music or if you're into covers or play a lot of other people's music then this is going be a perfect guitar for you. I highly recommend this guitar to anyone because it is a guitar that is just amazing for any type of player out there.
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