The Road Worn Player Stratocaster HSS is the latest addition to the popular Road Worn Series that struck a chord with guitarists with their aged, well-played look and feel and their incredible value. ... Read More
The Road Worn Player Stratocaster HSS is the latest addition to the popular Road Worn Series that struck a chord with guitarists with their aged, well-played look and feel and their incredible value. The new Road Worn Player Series guitars take the experience a step further with modern player-centric modifications, including hotter pickups for smoldering, gritty tone and a flatter fingerboard for smooth, effortless bends. Lightly aged with care, Road Worn Player guitars feel immediately comfortable and familiar, offering endless miles of musical inspiration.
The Road Worn Stratocaster HSS guitar features an alder body with a lightly worn lacquer finish, modern C-shaped maple neck with lightly worn urethane finish, rosewood fretboard with 9.5" radius and medium-jumbo frets, Texas Special neck and middle pickups, Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates humbucking bridge pickup, 5-way switching, aged knobs and switch tip, 3-ply pickguard, vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge, and deluxe gig bag.
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This guitar is Fantastic , I can not imagine that any guitar can actually sound better.
My first and until recently only Fender Guitar was my CAR Jaguar purchased new in 1965 for $400. I've always wanted a Strat and when a good deal was had for one, a Road Worn Silver Inca, I bought it. When it arrived it was missing a switch tip and the adjustment wrenches were the wrong size. A couple of phone calls made things right. The Strat immediately felt familiar as the neck was similiar to the Jag at 18 inches in length. I like the HSS pickups and the well worn feeling of the neck. The aged look is nice but I wish they were less aggressive in dinging the body. Age the finish but don't attack it with a pick. All in all I'm very happy with this purchase and have to congratulate our Mexican brothers with a job well done!