When people think of the 60s many think of the phrase "swinging 60s" and all that comes with it; fashion, youth, freedom, but most of all, music. This was a time where we saw the birth of hippies, known for their flambouyant style and colourful character. The Fender Japan Classic Stratocaster recalls this famous decade, this beautiful Guitar was actually bought in in California's Height-Ashbury
for our daughter sadly she hardly ever used it.
The Classic 69 Tele has been designed by the outstanding workers at Fender in Japan and it retains that iconic Telecaster shape and style. The body is constructed from basswood, a solid tonewood that gives the guitar a lightweight feel making it easy to wield. The basswood delivers a well-balanced, full-bodied range of tones with superb dynamic ability.
A striking feature of this model is the Pink Paisley body finish, bringing a psychadelic feel to the visual aesthetic of this remarkable Fender guitar. This Guitar is sold with the robust soft lined case shown in the pictures also bought in Height-Ashbury.
The flash of genius that saw Leo Fender bestowing the Synchronized Tremolo upon the Stratocaster, may well have secured the instrument’s place as the world most popular guitar, and this one could be yours.