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Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster
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Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster

STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Classic Player Stratocaster series.

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"Vintage look"

Fender Classic Player '60s StratocasterPublié le 07/02/11 à 11:32
This guitar is a sweet looking guitar. The vintage parts that dress the front look spectacular! The vintage pick guard and tuners are a nice touch to this guitar. The only problem is that its made in Mexico. So the build quality it going to be not quiet as good as the US made. Either way it will be cheaper in price and the look is really what separates this guitar from the others.

I am a fan of the relic vintage look on guitars. Though this one is not relic-ed it does have a certain swagger that gives it a nice appeal to a lot of people. I think you can overlook the place it was built for the shear appeal of the this guitar's cosmetics.


UTILIZATION


Body: Alder
Body Shape:......
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This guitar is a sweet looking guitar. The vintage parts that dress the front look spectacular! The vintage pick guard and tuners are a nice touch to this guitar. The only problem is that its made in Mexico. So the build quality it going to be not quiet as good as the US made. Either way it will be cheaper in price and the look is really what separates this guitar from the others.

I am a fan of the relic vintage look on guitars. Though this one is not relic-ed it does have a certain swagger that gives it a nice appeal to a lot of people. I think you can overlook the place it was built for the shear appeal of the this guitar's cosmetics.


UTILIZATION


Body: Alder
Body Shape: Stratocaster®
Body Finish:

Polyester

Neck
Neck Shape: "C" Shape
Number of Frets: 21
Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
Fretboard Radius: 12" Radius (305 mm)
Fretboard: Rosewood
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Finish: Gloss Urethane
Nut Width: 1.650” (42 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5" (64.8 cm)
Neck Plate: Custom 4 Bolt Neckplate
Electronics
Pickup Configuration: S/S/S
Bridge Pickup: Custom '69 Single-Coil Strat® Bridge Pickup
Middle Pickup: Custom '69 Single-Coil Strat® Middle Pickup
Neck Pickup: Custom '69 Single-Coil Strat® Neck Pickup
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)
Hardware
Hardware: Chrome
Bridge: Vintage Style 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with Stamped Steel Saddles
Tuning Machines: Vintage Style Tuning Machines
String Nut: Synthetic Bone
Switch Tip: Aged White Switch Tip
Tremolo Arm/Handle: Vintage Style Tremolo Arm
Tools
Saddle Height Adjustment Wrench: .050" Hex (Allen) Wrench
Miscellaneous
Strings: Fender® USA Super 250R, NPS, (.010-.046 Gauges)
Unique Features: Aged Knobs and Switch Tip, Vintage Style Tuning Machines, Custom '69 Single-Coil Strat® Pickups, 21 Medium Jumbo Frets, "Custom Shop Designed" Neck Plate, Vintage Style 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo, 12" Fingerboard Radius, Synthetic Bone Nut
Accessories
Case/Gig Bag: Deluxe Gig Bag
Pickguard: 3-Ply Mint Green
Included Accessories: Deluxe Gig Bag
Control Knobs: Aged White Plastic Knobs

SOUNDS

This guitar sound pretty good in most music styles. You won't get this guitar to sound good in any lower than a whole step down. Anyone who plays lower tuner guitars already knows this. I would however replace the pickups in this guitars. These Fender pickups are just garbage and not one of Fender's strong suits. I would probably replace these with some seymour duncan's or Lindy Fralin's.

This guitar sounds great with a solid Fender amp. You get a good combination with the this setup. I know these guitars are tuned to their amps and visa versa so it is natural that hooking up a nice Fender Twin Reverb would sound very pleasant.

OVERALL OPINION

At new these guitars come in at around $799, which isn't a bad price for a col looking guitar. If you can get over the feel of a Mexican made guitar than you will get along with this unit.

I would recommend this guitar to anyone who doesn't care where their Fender is made or the feel so much and likes the cosmetics of the guitar. You will need to switch out the pickups to you'll have to tack on about $150+ which brings it up to American made Fender Stratocasters.
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Fender Classic Player '60s StratocasterPublié le 12/29/06 à 05:48
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THAT SAY OTHERWISE EXCELLENT !!!!!!!!!!! no regrets and is made in more custom shop
this is done by a Mexican type of custom shop
Alder body
.dropoff Window Channel screwed Maple / rosewood fingerboard, 21 frets Medium Jumbo, Profile 'C'
.dropoff Window Diapason 25.5 (648 mm)
.dropoff Window Nut Width 1.650 (42 mm)
.dropoff Window Radius 12
.dropoff Window 3 microphones Fender Custom 69 Single-Coil Strat with tags studs
.dropoff Window Master Volume - Tone 1 (neck pickup) -
Tone 2 (Middle Pickup) - slecteur 5 positions - reverse polarity middle pickup on
.dropoff Window Vibrato Vintage Style 2-Point
.dropoff Window Mcaniques Fender / Ping Vintage Style
.dropoff......
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THAT SAY OTHERWISE EXCELLENT !!!!!!!!!!! no regrets and is made in more custom shop
this is done by a Mexican type of custom shop
Alder body
.dropoff Window Channel screwed Maple / rosewood fingerboard, 21 frets Medium Jumbo, Profile 'C'
.dropoff Window Diapason 25.5 (648 mm)
.dropoff Window Nut Width 1.650 (42 mm)
.dropoff Window Radius 12
.dropoff Window 3 microphones Fender Custom 69 Single-Coil Strat with tags studs
.dropoff Window Master Volume - Tone 1 (neck pickup) -
Tone 2 (Middle Pickup) - slecteur 5 positions - reverse polarity middle pickup on
.dropoff Window Vibrato Vintage Style 2-Point
.dropoff Window Mcaniques Fender / Ping Vintage Style
.dropoff Window Chrome hardware
.dropoff Window Plate pickguard 3-ply Mint Green, microphones caches fintion 'Aged'
.dropoff Window Colors (painted polyester): (300) 3-Color Sunburst - (372) Sonic Blue
.dropoff Window Book Deluxe Gig Bag
.dropoff Window Price from 729 euros TTC

Information

Manufacturer: Fender
User rating: Click
Reference number: fender-mexican-classic-player-60-strat

USE

Perfect

SONORITS

Micro custom shop just 60 micro worth 260 euros

NOTICE GLOBAL

Nickel
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" My precious !!"

Fender Classic Player '60s StratocasterPublié le 11/12/14 à 15:41
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Made in Mexico, there was on mine a small defect at varnish marks on the neck. Apart from that, nothing to report. Vibrato not tune the guitar. I do not use it but I tried!
Not to be confused with the classic 60's worth on average € 100 less.

UTILIZATION

One of the highlights of this guitar, the neck. Low action, slides perfectly. It is fine and easy. For access to acute, well it is a strat! If the weight is it seems to me in the standards.

SOUNDS

The second strong point, the sound. The pickups are custom shop 69 lovely. I made the stupid shield to avoid disagreeable snoring but that is not surprising in view of the configuration.
I play on two amps, a greta and a blues......
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Made in Mexico, there was on mine a small defect at varnish marks on the neck. Apart from that, nothing to report. Vibrato not tune the guitar. I do not use it but I tried!
Not to be confused with the classic 60's worth on average € 100 less.

UTILIZATION

One of the highlights of this guitar, the neck. Low action, slides perfectly. It is fine and easy. For access to acute, well it is a strat! If the weight is it seems to me in the standards.

SOUNDS

The second strong point, the sound. The pickups are custom shop 69 lovely. I made the stupid shield to avoid disagreeable snoring but that is not surprising in view of the configuration.
I play on two amps, a greta and a blues junior emerald green with a TS9 and a compressor and it's magic. This guitar a very distinctive sound and his name is not usurped. The five positions are all very different and I put a little time to understand that it is impossible to set the tone on the guitar for the pickup! I found it a little too loud but just play it on the setting of the amp or pedals.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years this is why I speak today. My first guitar was a "4x4" model, she did many things well, but no personality. This is very typical but this is what I love. I tried Mexico base model, and it surpasses. Knowing that the microphones in the worth € 180, the difference is justified. It sounds good I find not connected.
Last thing, I had the opportunity this year to play on the same model in the store to try an amp and I was surprised by the big difference in sensation. Indeed, the handle slipped less and action was higher. For action is not a setting (mine was well adjusted basis), in contrast to the heat I do not know if this is because the guitar was new or varnish was ill-posed. Maybe try several models before buying.
I remake that choice and I do not think me apart. When I bought it was costing a poile less than 700 € which seems justified to me. Very good guitar!
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" Excellent"

Fender Classic Player '60s StratocasterPublié le 09/04/14 à 05:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Strat made in Mexico typical config.
The bridge is a two item Vintage.

UTILIZATION

Overall very nice guitar playing.
It is well balanced, the handle is a real treat.

SOUNDS

The is the strong point of this strat.
It sounds awfully good.
The pickups are custom 69 for many.
Very versatile, I can play a little every style and rendering is superb on my vox amps.

OVERALL OPINION

I recently but honestly, it's the best strat on which I played.
I had a lot of guitars and I'm getting a little experience.
There are some years I had a Southwestern standard appears to be a toy next.
Everything is good quality, electronics, instrument making, wood.
I removed the pickguard......
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Strat made in Mexico typical config.
The bridge is a two item Vintage.

UTILIZATION

Overall very nice guitar playing.
It is well balanced, the handle is a real treat.

SOUNDS

The is the strong point of this strat.
It sounds awfully good.
The pickups are custom 69 for many.
Very versatile, I can play a little every style and rendering is superb on my vox amps.

OVERALL OPINION

I recently but honestly, it's the best strat on which I played.
I had a lot of guitars and I'm getting a little experience.
There are some years I had a Southwestern standard appears to be a toy next.
Everything is good quality, electronics, instrument making, wood.
I removed the pickguard when changing strings and quality of welds and components is very satisfactory.
I intended to buy one because I kept us bad memories of my standard.
I do not regret my choice, also if I had known, I would have bought before !!!!!
I think to keep a good time so I'm enjoying it.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Classic Player '60s Stratocaster
  • Series: Classic Player Stratocaster
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/19/2009

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