1963 Fender Stratocaster – Blond

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Stratocaster - Blond
1963 - pre-CBS
Original Hardshell Case
Very good +

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1963 Fender Stratocaster – Blond

We present an original 1963 Fender Stratocaster in Blond finish. Made in Fullerton, California.

This 1963 pre-CBS Stratocaster is a prime example of the golden era from Fullerton, California. You can see honest play-wear spots all over the body and especially on the armrest. Absolutely a wonderful Stratocaster with a lot resonance and tone. It’s all original except for new frets and nut.

It features ash body where you can see som spots of the beautiful grain in the wood. The one-line Kluson tuners are in great shape and works perfectly. Beautiful dark rosewood fingerboard with clay dots. The black bottom pickups are healthy and strong, but at same time very balanced. Overall, it’s in very good condition with a lot of play-wear, nick, dings and other cosmetic wear. It has been played and loved but at the same time kept original. This Custom Color Blond Stratocaster will complement any high-end collection, but it definitely deserves to be played.

Pickups and electronics/wiring remain untouched and intact, with no broken solder joints, no re-wound pickups. All original and correct.

Comes complete with its original Fender White tolex Hardshell Case. Latches and handle are in perfect working order.

  • Neck date: September 1963
  • Pots dated: 40th week of 1963
  • Neck pickup: 6.39 kOhm
  • Middle pickup: 6.37 kOhm
  • Bridge pickup: 5.74 kOhm
  • Weight: 3.58 kilograms


With your purchase you get picture documentation on a USB drive and a Certificate of Authenticity. Read more


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