Fender American 59 Fender Strat Guitar, with Rosewood Fingerboard and Case, 3-Color Sunburst. don’t think , this is very magic guiter
New Document The American Vintage Series has long presented some of the best selling 59 Fender Strat Guiter (their early 80s introduction, in fact, was one of the first signs that Fender was “back” as the CBS era ended ).
Today, 59 Fender Strat Guiter has boldly cleared the slate to make way for a series American Vintage fresh with new features, new features and the most detailed level of precision vintage. Rather than simply replacing previous models with different ones, they totally and completely re-imagined the original tooling any reissue vintage restoration concept dies, expressing new pickups, reformulating vintage colors and focused more on vintage guitars real as they chased to make sure they were right. Fender did the work, and it shows, because there is the pure tonal magic in each new instrument American Vintage. Includes beautiful case.This Sonic Blue Strat ’59 AV arrived (from another dealer – not musicians friend) with nut slots cut too high. The result is Out of Tune open chords. Rather than wait for the return process, I thought it was pretty easy to set up myself but it was a lot of work. The slots nuts had to be filed at the proper height and neck are a hold.
I share reasonably low now but do not worry work will be needed to get my very favorite optimal low level. I had Mexi-Strats arrive with much better action and the global configuration. Beyond this, 59 Fender Strat Guiter is a wonderful guitar. The tones are fantastic (I had the 3-position switch installed). Sonic Blue is the most accurate color reproduction I’ve seen. He clay box board markers (or at least they are given the clay of appearance).
Get the guaranteed lowest price on the Fender Strat 59 Electric Guiter Electric Guitar An exact replica of the ‘59 model with a slimmer neck, this guiter well take you happy very will
Fender Strat 59 Electric Guiter was an important and highly evolutionary year for the Stratocaster because that’s when slimmer necks, rosewood fingerboards and multi-ply laminated pickguards first appeared.
The American Fender Strat 59 Electric Guiter presents two versions of that year’s pivotal transitional model; one from early 1959 and one from later 1959. Both have the slim-profile D-shaped maple neck of that year, with the earlier version featuring a maple fingerboard, faded Three-color Sunburst finish and single-ply white pickguard with eight holes; the later version (in faded Three-color Sunburst, Black and limited faded Sonic Blue finishes) featuring a dark rosewood slab fingerboard and three-ply mint green pickguard with 10 holes and vintage-style edge bevels. Both also feature a lightweight alder body, aged plastic knobs and vintage-accurate pickups, bridge saddles, tuner spacing and more.
The Fender Strat 59 Electric GuiterVintage series introduces an all-new lineup of original-era model year guitars that bring Fender history and heritage to authentic and exciting new life. With key features and pivotal design elements spanning the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, new American Vintage series instruments delve deep into Fender’s roots-expertly preserving an innovative U.S. guitar-making legacy and vividly demonstrating like never before that Fender not only knows where it’s going, but also remembers where it came from.
The American Vintage 59 Fender Stratocaster Sale is available in two authentic versions of the transitional 1959 model—one from early that year and one from later that yea, welcom to ZhongYuLaiYing !!
NewDocumentStratocaster body now has a “shoulder” in the control cavity the potentiometer. This “bump” in the cavity has been implemented to allow the use of another screw pickguard by the 3-way switch. This shoulder can be seen with the pickguard removed. All organs rosewood fingerboard with 11 Strat pickguard screws should have this shoulder.
Fender used a red dye very photo-reactive in their sunburst finish, causing many 1959 Strats to fade from a 3 color sunburst to a two-color (photo-reactive nature of cause red discoloration ultra-violet light). This is typically seen on the front of the body, wherein the back still often red in the sunbeam. If the pickguard is raised, the original red finish in the sunshine can still be seen.Neck now has a very thin “D” backshape. As 1959 progresses, backshape neck becomes even thinner. at the end of 1959, the neck has an extremely thin backshape. Also most mid to late 1959 year Strats will generally not have a date neck under the truss rod adjustment.Brown paper rectangle tone turns white cap capacitor “chicklet” tone paper.
Metal spacer has been added under the tree cha Ne butterfly. The back of the neck plate shows body finish which corresponds to the missing
finish on the body in the neck plate. It is clear that this original Plateis collar for this guitar. Also attachmentscrews neck are not threaded This is a close-up position markers “Clay points” top and side key used on Fender Rosewood advice Before 1965. These points are made from celluoloid. Note the frets and how
“tang” does not break the maple neck
2015 Stratocaster 59 was six years old and for many Strat lovers – though they didn’t know it at the time, What are you waiting for?
New Document 2015 Stratocaster 59 collection to an independent laboratory for metallurgical analysis Chemical Testing. We then entered direct with our loving provider for Alnico 5 magnets specially cast the exact composition of the originals. We are the only manufacturer that offers this. Pure Tone, sweet and genuine. our heavy wire 42ga Formvar is not only available son. We sent dozens of Stratocaster early wire samples for analysis. We get our heavy 42ga Formvar built to the exact specifications of samples we had analyzed. Resistance exact, accurate Color matching. Our heavy Formvar Wire 42ga is more authentic and accurate Magnet over stock. Heavy Formvar the thread of our 2015 Stratocaster 59 for the 1959 Spec is only used on models 1959 Authentic as it can possibly get.
– Tone, tone of our authentic 1959 microphones is simply beautiful. You will never hear a purer sounding pickup. People often ask us why Vintage pickups sound so good. Well, the main reason is that the materials used in the 50 & amp; 60 are not the same as today off the shelf parts. Replication of all allies, all the elements, all aspects of a van’s why our 1959 Epic Series pickups sound identical to a real 1959 pickup. We get each part of the epic 1959 pickups specially manufactured only for us, a real pick-up in 1959. We have2015 Stratocaster 59 the tones are identical.
1959 Epic microphones have a huge chunky bottom end, often associated with the current magnets as current magnets have a nasty Mid Range presence that is also compatible with the chunkyness. The mediums throughout 2015 Stratocaster 59 are very strong, but not overbearing are shifted towards the middle of the low frequencies and not the upper dark mediums.
Magnets, Our Fender 59 Strat Shop use Original Fender Alloy Alnico 5 Magnets From 1959. we are a nice shop , if you can by it , please order or give our e-mail
As already mentioned, everything else about this rare Fender 59 Strat Shop is completely original. Brands – or lack thereof – are also compatible with Fender history and known facts of that period. First, each knob on the guitar was manufactured in the 20th week of 1959.
The pickups have the usual black backgrounds and collection thread is a rich copper red color that was very common for that period. In addition, the butt of this particular neck has not written about Fender 59 Strat Shop whatsoever, which is consistent with the history and facts of Fender known from this period. In early 1959, due to a complaint from a customer about an obscenity that was written on the butt of a Stratocaster neck, Fender decided to stop writing markings whatsoever on butts neck for the first part of 1959. Dates manufacturer has began to appear be on the neck butts again sporadically as early as June 1959 and the end of 1959 almost all who left neck Fender Fullerton, California plant had once again the date of the written manufacturer on the butt of the neck.
Fender 59 Strat Shop Writing and literature, however, are not clearly legible. But they are there, and they certainly add to the authenticity and originality of this remarkable piece set of Fender history. Thanks for looking and good luck!
Fender sales continued to grow in 1959, and the Stratocaster of this year was quite similar to that of 1958.
New Documentserial number range for the Fender 59 Stratocaster are generally 40000-58000 (on the neck plate). If you need to understand the exact year of your pre-CBS Fender Stratocaster, use the serial number and the general characteristics of the guitar.
The serial number is on the back plate of metal neck. ViewFender 59 Stratocaster web series Information page number to determine using year.If you have a vintage pre-CBS Fender Stratocaster guitar for sale, if you pla t let me know. I am a private vintage guitar collector (not a store), and you can contact me atStarting May 1959 “slab” rosewood fingerboard with white “clay” position and 7.25 points finger board Ray. Bottom sleeve (stuck to maple) is flat. This change was implemented for the 1959 Summer NAMM show strats Basically 5/59 and later will rosewood fingerboards.
Celluloid “Fender 59 Stratocaster” three layer (white / black / white) pickguard (sometimes called “nitro” pickguard), with 11 screws. This pickguard cel D was set up around 7/59. So for a short period rosewood Strats were made with a single layer white pickguard with 11 screws. Some Strats 7/59 even had a white pickguard single layer with 8 or 9 or 10 screws (if rare). Still in the same period of 1959 Strats were made with a maple neck and 8 screws three layer pickguard cel D (which means the body does not have a “shoulder” under the pickguard in the control cavity). A thin aluminum pickguard Sheild size is installed under the three layer pickguard. This replaces the thick shield and much smaller already used on skid plates to a single layer (the old style shield included only three pots and the switch).
he American New 59 Strat is available in two authentic versions of … As it accompanied rock ‘n’ roll into the wild new 1960s, the 1959 Stratocaster
New Document New 59 Strat guitar is probably the solid body electric guitar most popular ever made. The first models (1954-1965, known models “pre-CBS”, since CBS Fender Broadcaster Company purchased in January 1965) are the most collectible.
Originality and condition are the two most important elements of a vintage New 59 Strat guitar, and Fender Strat seem to have been easily changed (because of their “bolt together” kind) .A lot changed with the 1959 Fender Stratocaster. in mid-1959 the maple fingerboard was changed to a touch in Brazilian rosewood and “clay” point key markers. Personally, I liked the change, the sound of the Strat is press cap Is due to the rosewood. Unfortunately, backshape neck also got even thinner. But I guess you can not have everything! Another change was the pickguard. Instead of a thin white ABS “protective single layer, New 59 Strat was now a laminated pickguard 3-layer cel D, which takes a mint green color. I like that look, if the cel Da a problem with the withdrawal causing the pickguard to crack. Finally, the red dye used in the 3-tone sunburst was not very strong, causing the red to fade often. Yes, the 2 tone sunburst is back (by accident)!
The 1960 Stratocaster were roughly the same as the model 1959. Even the three-color sunburst on 1960 models tended to fade like the New 59 Strat.Serial number range for the 59 Fender Stratocaster are generally 30000-40000 (on the neck plate).
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
Fender Stratocaster 59 continued to grow in 1959, and the Stratocaster of this year was quite similar to that of 1958.
New DocumentAnd the best part of Fender Stratocaster 59 all is that the guitar was literally sitting in a closet – c ty of all original 1959 Fender Bassman amplifier – for about the last 40 years … UNTOUCHED !!!
If you’re wondering what happened to the Fender Stratocaster 59 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 (solo in “Sweet Home Alabama” Skynyrd). How to be as honest as possible here, this guitar is in near mint condition. Plain and simple, it is not another 1959 Fender Stratocaster on the planet that is close to the state, the tone and playability of this incredible discovery. And here’s the story behind the Fender Stratocaster 59 Custom Shop (and amps) .The two were purchased jointly in 1959 by the same man from a music store in southern Alabama. The serial number on the neck plate on the back of the guitar is “38112”.
The original color of the Fender Stratocaster 59 was venerable Fender Sunburst finish, and when the guitar was bought it happened to be the only Fender Stratocaster in the store. However, the gentleman was not fond of this Sunburst finish. So about a year later, he took the guitar to the store and had the store owner to send the Fender guitar back to a factory finish. The color was chosen Dakota Red, which was a Fender custom color available from 1958 to 1969. The guitar was returned several months later to