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FENDER Stratocaster Custom Shop 68 Relic

FENDER Stratocaster Custom Shop 68 Relic

Experience the iconic sound of the ’60s with the Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop ’68 Relic. Immerse yourself in the timeless craftsmanship and legendary tone of this exceptional instrument.

The Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop ’68 Relic is a masterpiece designed to capture the essence of the original ’68 Stratocaster. Meticulously crafted by Fender’s master luthiers, every detail has been carefully considered to provide an authentic vintage experience.

Featuring an aged olympic white finish and worn relic appearance, this guitar exudes a vintage vibe that resonates with the soul of the ’60s. The nitrocellulose lacquer finish has been skillfully aged to perfection, delivering a comfortable and familiar feel from the moment you pick it up.

Equipped with hand-wound Custom Shop ’69 pickups, the Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop ’68 Relic delivers those signature, bell-like tones that have defined countless iconic recordings. Each note is rich and full-bodied, carrying the unmistakable sound that made the Stratocaster a legend.

Own a piece of history with the Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop ’68 Relic. Let its timeless sound and vintage charm ignite your creativity and passion. Elevate your playing and join the ranks of legendary guitarists who have relied on the Stratocaster for their musical journeys.

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