Fender American Vintage '56 Stratocaster
Fender American Vintage '56 Stratocaster

American Vintage '56 Stratocaster, STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender in the American Vintage series.

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iamqman's review"Fantastic guitar"

Fender American Vintage '56 Stratocaster
The Fender Stratocaster is a classic guitar classic and it's looking appeal and its tone. A Fender telecaster and a Gibson Les Paul both are great in your own right and probably almost as easily identifiable as the Fender Stratocaster, but even those two guitars as unique as they both are cannot hold a candle to the unique tone that a Fender Stratocaster hats. Not the those guitars or any worse or better than the finish on a caster but just comparison sake they are both equally amazing and can do pretty much any kind of music but the Fender Stratocaster holds his own tone and only up against those guitars.


This is the kind that if you are lucky enough to own when you first started playing the guitar and you were pretty lucky. If you like me then it's taken a while to work up to this can't type of guitar. This is an easy guitar to figure out an easy guitar to dial in a good tone with when you have a clean or even high gain amplifier. The matter what amplifier you play with this guitar you can find a solid usable and workable tone for pretty much any music or genre that you are playing. In pretty much any band setting this is a great guitar with three pick ups to choose from and each giving its own little flavor. It's an easy and very stylish guitar in my opinion. I love the way it's balanced in the way it looks probably better than any other guitar body shape that's out there. I really like the feel of a Gibson Les Paul and wait even knows probably heavier than this guitar but the overall balance from top to bottom cannot match the Fender Stratocaster in my opinion. I love the curvature of the body and just the way it feels in my hands. It has a pick up selector is very good for dialing in different tones and being able to use this guitar very versatility.


This guitar stands out in the next when you use it with pretty much any amplifier you half. I love the way this guitar sounds at Marshall plexi or even a JCM 800 amplifier. When using this any hygiene setting you can get some great tones perfect for hard rock pop to regular old generic anytime music. This is a guy guitar that you can pretty much use in just about any style of music. It's not to be that great and drop tunings or low heavy-metal type music but it will get you pretty much any usable tone you can think of.

I pretty much like this guitar when using a good analog delay pedal and overdrive pedal. This guitar sounds best to me when it has a those delay and overdrive pedals and 50 watt Marshall head. I do use that kind of combination and pretty much every guitar that I've ever owned or played and pretty much has an sale him with this guitar it's just a dream come true in my opinion. I love the tone of the neck pick up with this guitar and I generally like the overall feel and tone and voicing of this guitar. It has a great feel and a great tone with its light bodied medium body woods.


I highly recommend this guitar to any guitar player out there looking for a good all-around guitar. This is a Thai guitar that you can use in pretty much any music in any genre out there. You can find he's pretty inexpensively and the market is pretty flooded with Fender Stratocaster's out there. I seen Fender Stratocaster's go for as low as $600 all the way up depending on what kind it is to around $2000 if it's a custom shop guitar. I pretty much like just about every Fender Stratocaster model that they make. But I'm preferential about the type of wood to use. This is a great guitar for recording and digging and will be a awesome guitar for anyone who uses it.