here's what I could find on this model, information on the net so rare:
Model Name: Stratocaster Waynes World 2
Model Number: 013-1000-580
Series: Standard Series
Fingerboard: Rosewood, 9.5 "Radius
No. of Frets: 21
Scale Length: 25.5 "(648mm)
Width @ Nut: 1.625 (41mm)
Hardware: Chrome Hardware
Machine Heads: Vintage Style
Bridge: Vintage Style Tremolo
Pickguard: 3-Ply W / B / W Pickguard
Pickups: Standard Pickups
Pickup Switching: 5-Position Blade Switch
Controls: Volume, Tone (Neck), Tone (Mid)
Colors: (580) Arctic White
Unique Features: Engraved Neck Plate Waynes World
U.S. MSRP: $ 409.99
then it is a strat everything that is most standard, pleasant play, the neck is fine, reasonable weight, compared to a les paul or explore.
the slecteur plays her role well, the 5-position microphone correctly feel, and sound that draws from the fender is pure juice.
Currently in its cover, it has nevertheless been very useful for group play rock pchu on fender hot rod deluxe amp ... its clear nickel crystal was illico blues on the neck pickup, and when you attack the big distortion, a lack of serious ... finally normal fender on fender, so serious background on the amp ...
I currently have a small Vox night train, I would have to branch over to see what has to give.
So Me, I prefer the Usage requirements for its bluesy crunch and distortion in that Plutt.
I've had a small 12aine years, and I have many uses ... I got a crush on for a mouth of bread from a reseller such as "cash-converters"
I really like the artic white with light wood alli ...
and then, for those of my gnration, has left the skyscrapers of Wayne! So yes, it's worth ...