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The Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar puts everything you want in an affordable U.S.-made instrument within your reach. Features include an alder body, maple neck with 9.5-radius fingerboard and jumbo frets, American Standard pickups, vintage-style synchronized tremolo and a dealer-exclusive hand-stained honeyburst finish. The American Special Series is a guitar for the times.

You'll get lots of gain and tones galore from the USA Nitro Satin Series guitar's 3 American Standard pickups with the no-load tone pots. Other details include chrome hardware and a large '70s-style headstock and Fender decal. Fender accompanies your USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster guitar with a polishing cloth and a gig bag.

FEATURES

Hand-rubbed Honeyburst stain with satin lacquer top coat
Contoured alder body
Maple neck with modern "C" shape and 22 jumbo frets
'70s-style headstock and Fender decal
American Standard pickups with the no-load tone pots
Vintage-Style Synchronized Tremolo
Includes gig bag
SPECIFICATIONS
Body
Body: Alder
Body Shape: Stratocaster
Neck
Neck Shape: Modern "C" Shape
Number of Frets: 22
Fret Size: Jumbo Frets
Position Inlays: Black Dot
Fretboard Radius: 9.5" (24.1cm)
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Finish: Satin Lacquer
Nut Width: 1.6875" (43mm)
Scale Length: 25.5" (64.8cm)
Headstock: Large '70s Style
Neck Plate: Standard 4 Bolt
Truss Rod Nut: 1/8" American Series Nut
Electronics
Pickup Configuration: S/S/S
Pickups: American Standard pickups with the no-load tone pots
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, Tone 2
Hardware
Hardware: Chrome
Bridge: Vintage-Style Synchronized Tremolo
String Nut: Synthetic Bone
Tuning Machines: Standard Cast/Sealed Tuning Machines
Switch Tip: White Switch Tip
Tremolo Arm/Handle: Vintage Style Tremolo Arm
Tools
Truss Rod Wrench: 1/8" Hex (Allen) Wrench
Saddle Height Adjustment Wrench: .050" Hex (Allen) Wrench
Miscellaneous
Strings: Fender USA Super Bullets® 3250L, NPS, (.009-.042 Gauges)
Accessories
Included Accessories: Polishing Cloth
Straplocks: Vintage Style Strap Buttons
Control Knobs: White Plastic Knobs
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FenderUSA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar
 
4.7

(based on 40 reviews)

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Beautiful Strat!!

I have owned this guitar for a total of 2 hours now, but take it from a guy who has owned several strats, this one is a keeper! I previously had a '79...Read complete review

I have owned this guitar for a total of 2 hours now, but take it from a guy who has owned several strats, this one is a keeper! I previously had a '79 (horrible neck), a MIJ '69 reissue (amazing but had to sell for $), and most recently a Deluxe Roadhouse. In a year with the Roadhouse, I never felt at home with it. I liked the sound of the Texas Specials but it didn't feel right and for those strat owners out there, you know how different each one is. Which is why I was always hesitant to buy without playing first. I took a chance and it has paid off. So, first off, it is set up brilliantly out of the box. I plugged in and played. No fret buzz. Action set perfectly. The neck is like butter. Not thick gloss but nice and smooth. I like the string trees. The look is amazing! This new honeyburst color (new for this model anyway) is gorgeous. So you know, it is hand stained. Not high gloss but more of a natural thin coating which enhanced the natural wood grain beautifully. It looks amazing - almost an old, vintage look to it. And of course, it has the most sexy 70's headstock to complement the body. I knew the second I held it in my hands - this strat is a winner in every way!

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Sent It Back

Got one last Saturday. The store was noisy so I took it home to check it out. Good thing GC has a 30 day return policy. This particular Strat was obviously never touched...Read complete review

Got one last Saturday. The store was noisy so I took it home to check it out. Good thing GC has a 30 day return policy. This particular Strat was obviously never touched at the factory as far as setup. I had to move the bridge saddles about a quarter inch to get the intonation set. It was so bad that if you tuned the strings open, playing any chord in the first position resulted in anything but a chord. That was the easy part. The EADG strings had fret buzz all the way up the neck. Yeah I adjusted the truss rod. Fender spec is .010. I went to .012...buzzz. The string height was above Fender spec. Took it to the tech Fender recommended and he couldn't find any high frets and said he didn't think he could do anything for it. Fender customer relations rep. Jordan was great and after seeing a vid of the fret said to,"absolutely send it back and get another one!" If it hadn't been for him, I would have just returned it and gotten a refund and looked at Carvin. Kudos to you Jordan! It shipped today and we shall see if the new one plays without fret buzz. One more thing: To anyone who actually thinks fret buzz in any form is acceptable...you're wrong, plain and simple. So what if it is small enough to not be heard through an amp (mine was loud enough btw), it kills sustain and tone. If you dont care about that then just get yourself a Strat copy made out of plywood! I really love the way this guitar looks and I'm hoping the new one is flawless and turns out to be the fabled, "Best Strat ever" that some people are lucky enough to find. If it is I will give it a new review.

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(16 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beautiful Strat!!

By NATE BAUER

from South Dakota

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

I have owned this guitar for a total of 2 hours now, but take it from a guy who has owned several strats, this one is a keeper! I previously had a '79 (horrible neck), a MIJ '69 reissue (amazing but had to sell for $), and most recently a Deluxe Roadhouse. In a year with the Roadhouse, I never felt at home with it. I liked the sound of the Texas Specials but it didn't feel right and for those strat owners out there, you know how different each one is. Which is why I was always hesitant to buy without playing first. I took a chance and it has paid off. So, first off, it is set up brilliantly out of the box. I plugged in and played. No fret buzz. Action set perfectly. The neck is like butter. Not thick gloss but nice and smooth. I like the string trees. The look is amazing! This new honeyburst color (new for this model anyway) is gorgeous. So you know, it is hand stained. Not high gloss but more of a natural thin coating which enhanced the natural wood grain beautifully. It looks amazing - almost an old, vintage look to it. And of course, it has the most sexy 70's headstock to complement the body. I knew the second I held it in my hands - this strat is a winner in every way!

(11 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Sent It Back

By David Fyola

from Atlanta, GA

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

Got one last Saturday. The store was noisy so I took it home to check it out. Good thing GC has a 30 day return policy. This particular Strat was obviously never touched at the factory as far as setup. I had to move the bridge saddles about a quarter inch to get the intonation set. It was so bad that if you tuned the strings open, playing any chord in the first position resulted in anything but a chord. That was the easy part. The EADG strings had fret buzz all the way up the neck. Yeah I adjusted the truss rod. Fender spec is .010. I went to .012...buzzz. The string height was above Fender spec. Took it to the tech Fender recommended and he couldn't find any high frets and said he didn't think he could do anything for it. Fender customer relations rep. Jordan was great and after seeing a vid of the fret said to,"absolutely send it back and get another one!" If it hadn't been for him, I would have just returned it and gotten a refund and looked at Carvin. Kudos to you Jordan! It shipped today and we shall see if the new one plays without fret buzz. One more thing: To anyone who actually thinks fret buzz in any form is acceptable...you're wrong, plain and simple. So what if it is small enough to not be heard through an amp (mine was loud enough btw), it kills sustain and tone. If you dont care about that then just get yourself a Strat copy made out of plywood! I really love the way this guitar looks and I'm hoping the new one is flawless and turns out to be the fabled, "Best Strat ever" that some people are lucky enough to find. If it is I will give it a new review.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

UPDATE!!

By NATE BAUER

from Mobridge, SD

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

I wrote a previous review but have now had the chance to use this guitar for a couple of gigs. I use this strat for mostly blues/blues rock (SRV, Delbert McClinton, Steve Miller) but also move to the bridge or bridge/middle for a couple of twangy country songs. My original opinion has only improved. I did change strings to 10's, and as with any tremolo guitar, you must adjust spring tension when changing from the 9's that were on it. Easy adjustment and didn't require additional springs. For 11's it might. Comparing to my previous strat, Deluxe Roadhouse (also with Texas Specials) this guitar cannot be beat. The feel of the smooth satin neck is so much more comfortable and it is, I believe, slightly wider than the traditional Fender neck which, for me, makes it much more playable. I realize that the pickups are the same as my other strat but the tone from this thing is much more strat like. Chiming. Ringing. No dead spots. Maybe attributed to better quality woods, frets, tuners, saddles, bridge, etc.?? Maybe just good ole' American manufacturing! I don't know but this strat is heads and tails above any other strat I have owned. I'm not sure why the price is less than most other American models. I would snatch one up now while that price stays low!

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Gibson guy's first Fender

By Tom B

from Cheyenne Wy

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

I haven't played a Fender for a long time. I picked one up at a store, played a little and didn't like the way neck felt. I went home with an Ibanez that day. As the years passed and my collection grew I had Gibson, Epiphone, Ibanez, and even a vintage Kalamazoo (made by Gibson in the 60's), but not a Fender in sight. For some reason I was stuck on the first one I played. I saw this Strat in the President's Day ad. I was shocked at the price for a made in USA Fender. I walked into G.C. to check it out, not expecting to take one home. This one stuck out first because of the beautiful hand stained finish. I love the deep gloss Fender puts on most of their Strats but this one called to me. So I picked it up and was surprised at the solid feel of it. Sat down and plugged it in and was surprised again. It played like a dream. The sound from the 3 single coils blew me away. It's my first and only guitar with a 5 way switch and every position puts out a distinct Fender sound. Now that I've rambled on... If you are thinking about getting this guitar, stop thinking, go play one. I think this guitar could be priced higher easily. But it's not. At this price you can not go wrong. I'm very happy to add this Strat to my herd. Peace

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

AWESOME!!!!!!

By Glenn Ewald

from Walden, NY

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

Just took it out of the box. Hooked it up to my amp.. Tuned it and started jamming. Unbelievable... I love it. Best investment I've ever made on a guitar. Get one now.. You don't wanna miss out on this deal here. Practically half price for an American made Strat. Got it an hour ago and just sat down from playing it to write this. This a dream come true for blues players like myself with the Texas coils and the Jumbo frets. Bravo to Fender for putting this guitar together like this.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great US quality for less.

By Maxwell Trdina

from Maryland

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

This guitar is much better than I had expected. This is my first upgrade from a Squire Strat, and I'm thoroughly impressed. I'll start from the top of the guitar down. The headstock is 70's style, a great aesthetic plus.I'm not sure the name of the tuners, but they're the same as an American Standard, and hold tune pretty well. Bending causes some issues with the B and G strings, but I don't lay on the tremolo so I can get over it. The string trees are nice, and while they appear to be rolling, they aren't. they're still pretty good. The nut is just regular synthetic bone and didn't need any adjusting. The neck is amazing, but requires some neck gloss to really make it fast. The body is hand stained and absolutely beautiful. The pickups are pretty hot. I mostly only use the neck pickup, but I ran through them all and they sound great. Like most american fenders, The saddles are bent steel and the tremolo hole is tapped at an angle, presumably for better bending. Be warned though, If you plan on using any strings heavier than 9s you're going to have to do some serious bridge adjustment. I would recommend adding two more springs to the block if you plan on using anything higher than 11s. The guitar is lighter than I imagined, but it sounds great so I'm not complaining. All in all a great guitar that I would recommend to anyone looking for a great US guitar.

(4 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Maple Honey Low Money

By Eric Linton

from Corpus Christi, Texas

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

While I hesitate to review this fine American Made Stratocaster (clearly unqualified)my 1st electric guitar, it is easy on the eyes and ears. It is a great color special from GC, thanks. Mine came unexpectedly w/ standard single coil pickups instead of the Texas Specials. I had to float the bridge after changing strings to 10-46's about 3/16" w/o adding a 4/5th tremolo spring. Any more float and the tremolo bar would hit the cable where it enters the body. Its intonation is still pretty easy to adjust and holds tune relatively well. Out of the box setup was excellent, plug and play ready. The price is just right for a beginner like me. Now all I need to do is learn to play.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A killer strat with mojo.

By jake merritt

from Atlanta, GA

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

I teach and play guitar for a living and have been playing an American Deluxe Start for a couple of years that cost me $1,600.00. I know that this guitar is only $800 but I feel like it is a better sounding, better playing, and better looking guitar than my deluxe ever was. I say "was" because I sold my deluxe strat after buying this one. It has a comfortable neck, a killer bell tone in the neck, and a nasty, scratchy Fender quack in the bridge. The satin finish on this guitar looks awesome, I actually prefer it over the glossy finishes on most strats. As soon as I sat down to play it I fell in love, it was like I was 12 years old again buying my first guitar.

(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Lovin' it!

By Michael Blaise

from Ventura, California

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

I walked into Guitar Center not planning to buy another guitar. I'm already a Fender kinda guy, owning a John 5 Telecaster and a Jaguar. The first moment I saw this guitar I had to touch it. Once I touched it and played it, I had to have it. To say that it's a strikingly beautiful guitar is an understatement. It glistens under the lights. Beyond that, the neck is silky smooth and the pickups scream when needed. I's an absolute pleasure playing this guitar. It stays in tune too, which has always been a problem with some other guitars with whammy bars that I've had. With some guitars, the honeymoon period dies down after a few weeks. With this guitar, I love it more with each passing day. This one's a keeper and one I'm sure will stay in my collection for a long, long time. I just know it's going to age like a great wine.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

UPDATE: Great US Quality for Less

By Michele Trdina

from Frederick MD

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

This guitar is still a fantastic deal, but there are some nuances of this guitar that are notable. From the neck down, I upgraded the tuners to Schaller Locking Tuners for ease of string changes, tuning stability is already good as it is with some adjustment. However, one annoying thing about the neck of this guitar is that unlike many other maple neck Fenders, this one's nut is finished into the neck, and would require me to cut into the finish with an exacto knife to remove it. This is not a problem for me however because with some 600 grit sandpaper and some Nut Sauce, this guitar will accept any string gauge without pinching. The big frets were a bit for me to get used to, but I can still maintain a decent action with them so not a big worry. The body of this guitar is absolutely stunning for this price, with good grain matching on the pieces (mine happens to be 3 piece), but the finish on it is the thinnest I have ever seen. the back of my guitar looks like a war zone, and the front is starting to collect nicks of its own. My guitar looks like it was used and abused for 5 years despite being only six months old. Something I haven't seen on any other guitar I've had. Of course I probably won't replace the body (maybe go a little hard on it and give it a Stevie Ray Vaughan "Lenny" look). The strap buttons I also replaced with some Schaller Strap Locks, just because my strap was getting worn out. Other than that this guitar is absolutely great and a wonderful ticket into an american made Stratocaster.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great guitar

By Nathan Polifroni

from Philadelphia

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

i bought this guitar about 2 weeks ago after a few weeks of looking for a new American guitar. The guitar was $799 new, but I had a 15% off coupon. So there was no way I could pass this guitar up. This guitar plays on the same level as an American Standard, however it does not have that protective finish, which I guess is a reason to deduct some of the price. Anyway, this is a really smooth playing guitar with great sustain. 70's headstock is sweet, jumbo frets, and texas pickups make this a steal. I just wish it came with a hardshell case, because you know it would cost fender about $5 extra. Anyway, do yourself a favor, save $200 and buy this guitar.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Finally Bought It!

By Bender Betbeze

from Marietta, GA

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

Alright I've been going to my local Guitar Center for a while and this guitar has always been the one i pick up to play. I first found it when I was 13. The satin finished body was mesmerizing. The touch to it is like no other. And it was no surprise that it had the irresistible Fender Stratocaster tone to it. It's such an all around gorgeous guitar. 3 years later I am now 16, I got a job, and I'm proud to say that I am able to play this in my basement anytime I please!! The transition from playing my $130 mediocre guitar to this guitar even made my parents come down to enjoy me play this thing. Such a great buy!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A beautiful Strat

By Daniel Sonder

from Delray Beach, FL

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

First off, one of the reasons I bought it was because its American made and I want to support our artisans and craftsmen who work with thier hand to create functrional works of beauty. Look wise, this strat is absolutely gorgeous! Rich, warm, satin finish, it looks vintage. All the hardware is excellent, very nice tuners. Neck is sweet and fast, intonation and string height all set perfectly right from the factory, no additional set up necessary. I got it last night and probably drove my neighbors crazy playing it 5 hours straight. Played it for another 3 so far today. I absolutely love it. This ones a keeper. Good Job Fender!

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This guitar has American Standard pickups and wiring

By jason whitler

from Louisville KY

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

The pickups in this guitar are Fat 50's and not Texas Specials. The bridge and middle pup are controlled by the same no-load pot...exactly like the American Standard strats. I am basing this off of the Email I got from Steven Danielak at Fender when I asked for the specs based on my guitars serial number. This guitar is an absolute dream, as I like jumbo frets and don't mind "delta tone" wiring. This guitar is definitely a steal for it's price.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is a real strat!

By Jeffrey Adams

from Sarasota, Fl

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

This is the real deal. The neck, the pickups, the switches. The sound is incredible. If you play David Gilmore's leads then you need 22 frets and this has it! You can spend 2 to 3 times as much on the other strats and they only have 21 frets. This thing is beautiful and for $700 it is a steal. Made In USA is the only way.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Stratocaster for the Money

By David

from Seattle WA

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

Why is the best Stratocaster for the money? 1. Made in USA. 2. Nitrocellulose satin finish which I think sounds better than urethane or poly finished guitars. 3. two American Standard string guides which are usually found only on high end strats. 4. Has large head stock which looks very cool. 5. 22 fret neck. 6. it is under one thousand dollars. 7. American guitar priced to compete with imports and the quality is outstanding better than imports. 8. You're basically getting an American standard for a 500 discount with a 6 hole vintage rather than a 2 hole post bridge. 9. Unless you hate the color, pickups and pick guards are easy to change(i have seymour duncan antiquity II surf in mine), this should be the one you choose. 10. The neck on this guitar is very nice, fast, solid feels good to play. 11. Rare, not many strats are finished in nitrocellulose lacquer, get your collectors nitro strat today before they're gone. Excellent job FMIC in Corona, CA.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One Happy Camper

By (James) Yoon Shin

from Playa Del Rey, CA

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

I bought this as a Christmas present for myself, and I could not be happier. I've always wanted an American made Strat, and this American Special had all the features I wanted - maple fingerboard, big 70's headstock, and Texas Special Single-coil Pickups. What caught my eye at first was the absolutely gorgeous Honeyburst Satin Finish which really enhances the wood grains and gives it a classic vintage appearance. The satin finish also allows your hands to slide effortlessly up and down the neck. This is by far the easiest guitar I've ever played in my life. The Texas Special Pickups gives you that fat bluesy SRV tone and this guitar even makes my Fender Champion 110 amp ring like a bell. I couldn't believe the bell-like clarity produced through a cheap solid state amp. At checkout, I asked if this came with a tremlo, but they couldn't find one so one of the employees brought out a box full of random tremlos. We searched futilely for 15 minutes before we found one that fit. As I was checking out the soft gig bag, I found the tremlo in one of the zippered pouches with a polishing cloth and brochures. This was the best purchase I've ever made in my life.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very nice!

By CHRISTOPHER BALDWIN

from Dallas, TX

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

I have owned an Am Std Strat and I must say I like this guitar much more. I prefer the vintage style bridge over the 2 point. It required a little tweaking once I got it home, but it now plays and sounds just as good or better than any Strat I've played so far. Really dig the Tx Specials. The bridge pickup is wired into the tone circuit, so you can tone it down when needed for added tonal versatility. Great value!

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

hella nice

By Matt Davis

from San Diego California

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

there really isn't a whole lot i can say that hasn't already been said. the neck feels great the tone is amazing and the finish looks awesome. i play mostly blues/rock but mostly blues and it sounds absolutely amazing. you can get light twangy tones out of it, but i haven't really experimented with that a whole lot. i mostly use the neck position with some gain to get a deeper richer sound that's just a little bit dirty and it really does sound amazing. i don't know whether they all come like this or whether it depends on who assembled yours but the bridge on mine was set up so you could use the trem. arm to bend down and up which is fun to play around with. it came with medium gauge strings out of the box and behaved rather well with the tremolo arm. the first couple days it was pretty fickle and came out of tune pretty easily (mostly due to the fact that the strings still had to be broken in) but it's been about 2-3 weeks and now i can abuse the heck out of the tremolo arm without knocking it out of tune. it's about time to change the strings on it so i'll switch to light gauge and see how that goes. if it makes a huge difference i'll make it a point to write something about it. or not. i'll probably have better things to do. unless it really does make a huge difference. but the guitar it self is absolutely incredible. and not everyone's experience with trem. bars and strings is the same so i'd advocate buying the guitar and experimenting with the little things on your own time.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Guitar For A Great Price!!!

By Andrew Brannin

from Fair Oaks, CA

Comments about Fender USA Nitro Satin Series Stratocaster Electric Guitar:

First off the picture that they have online doesn't do the honeyburst finish justice. This is an incredibly beautiful guitar. Also it was a nice surprise to have the American Standard p/ups in it instead of the Texas special ones in the normal American Specials. Any tone you could want you can get out of this guitar unless your playing super hard core metal (but lets face nobody looking at this guitar plays that). The neck is super fast and really smooth (I've also only ever played rosewood necks). All in all it is an amazing guitar, and you can't beat the price (no idea why it's so low). One thing, you really need to get a hard case for this guitar to replace the gig bag that comes with it. The satin finish dents really easily.

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