Saturday, 26 October 2013

Fender special factory run Rattlecan Stratosonic - a Strat that thinks it's a Junior
Fender fans will probably be aware of the Fender Stratosonic models from a few years ago. They were essentially Stratocasters given a Gibson Junior-esque make-over. This particular example is currently listed on eBay as a Fender Stratosonic Rattlecan Stratocaster Junior, and the seller describes it as a:
...factory special run guitar [featuring] a sleek mahogany body finished in Peacock Green, a 24-3/4" scale length 22-fret maple neck with rosewood fretboard, pearloid dots, single P-90 bridge pickup, amber tone and volume knobs, chrome plug where toggle switch would go, Tec-Tonic adjustable bridge, chrome tuners and a brown shell pickguard.
It's certainly quite a looker, and with its Junior-like configutation it ought to be a real player too.

Currently listed on eBay with a Buy It Now price of $839.

G L Wilson

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  1. Have you seen the new fender folding guitar

  2. To me it looks more like a 60s Epiphone Coronet than a LP Junior.

  3. Def. looks like a Coronet. I wouldn't feel bad at all playing Mississippi Queen on this!

  4. This guitar has a very cool look to it and I always thought that the standard stratocaster looked like it might have to much going on, I really like this guitar and I am curious to see how it sounds, thank you for bringing this axe to my attention, now Im going to go find me one. if you want to check out my blog go to



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