Fender Stratocaster Museum Guitars for sale from the factory on Rever

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  1. Irondog

    Irondog TDPRI Member

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    This is probably interesting to even telecaster guys.

    I started browsing the 5 Museum pieces from the early 60s.

    fender decided to sell them, just gorgeous.

    Available on reverb. Just click the link in the newsfeed.

    Where did I put that extra $35,000 I love the red Stratocaster OMG.

    https://spotlight.fender.com/newsroom/news/718
     
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    These guitars were listed 8 days ago and sold within a few hours. Joe Bonamassa probably bought them all, 'cause his collection isn't big enough yet. It's pretty amazing how clean they all look for their age, especially the '57 one. The neck looks brand new, with no yellowing even.
     
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    The red one is my dream, stay away, you rascal.
     
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    They were in cases in a vault. Brought out for measurements, only. I guess once the machines were setup and the data backed up, I guess FMIC figured why not grab at the 180,000.00 laying around on the table, so to speak.
     
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    the thing I really enjoyed, was the Museum approach on presenting the photos.

    They disassembled the guitars and show you great amount of detail of these 50, 60, almost 70-year-old guitars.

    Super impressive excellent photography excellent presentation.

    Thank you fender and thank you reverb
     
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