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1997 Fender Lone Star Stratocaster. From the "Hot Rodded American” series which was only produced between 1996 and 2000 when it was replaced by the American Fat strat. This example is an Olympic white finish over an Alder body. It also features a Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates Plus bridge humbucker aa well as two Texas Special single coils. C profile maple neck with a thickness of .81" (1st fret), .84" (12th fret). The nut width is 1-11/16". A 9.5” Radius rosewood fingerboard with Micarta dot inlays and 22 medium frets. Modern 2 point fulcrum bridge, modern Fender tuners and string trees. 5 way toggle switch and tortoiseshell pickguard.


Fitted with strap lock buttons for shalier type locks. In overall fantastic condition beside very light if any playing wear. The frets are in excellent shape also and show minimal to no sign of wear. There is some lacquer checking lines behind the neck, they are aesthetic and can be felt very little when playing. (See images). The guitar is in overall excellent/perfect condition otherwise. This guitar weighs 8.2Lb or 3.7Kg. Fantastic player, low action, great feel and excellent sounding. Comes with a Hiscox hardshell case.

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1997 Fender Lone Star Stratocaster Olympic White & hard shell case

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