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Fender FSR Standard Stratocaster HSS Electric Guitar
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A great player and looker at a special price.

The FSR Standard Stratocaster HSS Electric Guitar is a factory special run. It ups the ante with upgraded details like a vintage tinted neck, custom-color hardware, and two classic Fender single-coil pickups (neck and middle) and a high-output humbucker (bridge). You'll also love the standard Strat features the rocker is fitted with such as alder body, maple neck, 21-fret maple fretboard with a 9.5" radius, and a Synchronized Tremolo bridge.

Fender FSR Standard Stratocaster HSS Electric Guitar Features:

  • Alder body
    Vintage-tinted gloss maple neck
    modern "C" neck profile
    Maple fretboard with a
    Black dot position inlays
    '50s era "spaghetti" logo on the headstock
    Three-ply black-white-black pickguard
    Two classic Fender single-coil pickups (neck and middle) and a high-output humbucker at the bridge
    Master Volume, two Tones
    5-position blade selector switch
    Synchronized Tremolo bridge
    Black knobs and pickups
    Grey hardware

Fender FSR Standard Stratocaster HSS Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • Model number: 014 0009 506
    Fretboard radius: 9.5" (241 mm)
    Frets: 21 vintage jumbo
    Nut width: 1.653" (42mm)
    Scale length: 25.5" (648 mm)

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  • wonderful guitar

    As reviewed by Elmo on 4/28/2011

    I was deciding between this, and a telecaster. I chose this in a heartbeat. It is absolutely wonderful! I also own a gibson les paul, and it sounds wonderful if your just looking for another great sound. Hook this thing up to a vox amp, and it will just blow you away. Five stars! Thank you Fender!

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • not bad

    As reviewed by mike feeney on 9/23/2012

    I love strats,Bought this one a while back. Love it only thing that sucked was the factory humbucker kinda sucked for me. I play with a decent amount of gain and It just sounded kinda blah. I changed the pick up for a higher gain pick up,rewired it and now love it. I have other guitars but always come back to this one,I even record with it.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Love At First Feel

    As reviewed by Harrison Eastwood on 4/24/2014

    I've avidly collected, played, and studied the craftsmanship of guitars and basses for a little over a decade. Gibsons, PRS, Ibanez, ESP, Jackson, Charvel, Epiphone, etc, etc... But let's set up the situation; I was at a new local GC, planning on purchasing a new guitar, with the full intention of it either being a Fender or a Gibson. I tried 28 guitars before I grabbed this one, each feeling wrong to me; the neck felt rough, the neck profile too fat or thick, the pick ups being too muddy or twangy, the balance of how it sat, or was held, etc. Then there was this guitar... I TOUCHED the neck, and immediately felt comfortable with it. I sat down, perfectly balanced as a strat should be, and was able to play every style of music without touching the amps knobs. No feedback and superbly diverse. The high output of the humbucker is astounding: clear cleans, and crispy/groove-laden distortions. The 2 single coils are equally effective for bluesy stuff, expectant of the infamous Strat sound. Then, there's the price: cheap for a finely crafted, highly reliable instrument. Then I got it home, have been actively performing with it (it's better than most American models for 1/2 the price). Because of this guitar, I now endorse Fender and Dean guitars for foreign models. But the real kicker? What's the real difference between this guitar and an American Strat? The distance between Corona, California and the Mexican Fender factory. Of course, there are always cases of rarities, and I always advise playing guitars before buying them, on the off chance you get a dud in shipping. Other than that, 5/5, highly recommended.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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