59 Stratocaster


Fender sales continued to grow in 59 Stratocaster, and the Stratocaster of this year was quite similar to that of 1958. What are you waiting for? please order it

New Documentintroduction of a “59 Stratocaster” rosewood fingerboard which was attached to the top of the maple neck midway of the year. The other major change this year has been a gradual shift from a white pickguard monolayer triple white-black-white layer cel D pickguard nitrate.

Over time, the composition of these protective plates gives a greenish hue that varies depending on exposure to light. The shape of the neck also continued to evolve towards a thinner profile, more modern. Blues Vintage Guitars Inc. of Nashville, Tennessee is proud to offer one of the sweetest 59 Stratocaster absolute that we have had the pleasure of handling – an absolutely beautiful 1959 Fender Stratocaster with exceptionally rare finishing plant Dakota Red Fender (refurbished in both the end of 1960 or early 1961).  Everything is there, in all its glory … with all original parts … screw pickguard, pickups, frets, tuners, pots, wiring, cases, Fender strap of origin, ashtray bridge cover, saddles, etc., etc., etc. & Nbsp; The list goes on and on and on and

And the best part of it all is that the 59 Stratocaster was literally sitting in a closet -. C ties to an all original 1959 Fender Bassman amplifier – for about the last 40 years … UNTOUCHED !!! If you’re wondering what happened to the 1959 Fender Bassman amps, it was sold to none other than Mr. Ed King, one of the original lead guitar player for Lynyrd Skynyrd and the guitar player who plays the most recognizable guitar the world solo

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