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1976 Fender Stratocaster

Stratocaster
Case:
OHSC
Color:
Sunburst
Condition:
Excellent
Price:
$2,295.00
Description:
I was a teenager in the 70's and one thing I remember about that decade was that everything was real. The music was awesome and I'd even go so far as to say that the rock that was produced in the 70's was some of the greatest that will ever be written. I guarantee you Sum 41 ain't gonna write no "Stairway To Heaven" today. The same goes for the musicians and their guitars. I don't remember anybody complaining that their guitar weighed 8 lbs, 11 oz, which this one does. They all just slung their axes down low and got on with the business of kickin' ass. They would put a brass nut on a Strat in a New York minute if it meant that the guitar would play better and sustain longer. It just wasn't a big deal and definitely not the "end of the world", as it would be today. Heck, I know guys that would literally burst into flames if they thought someone had blocked the tremolo on a 41-year-old Strat they had just purchased...

This Rock machine is original with the exception of the brass nut. We didn't even care about that-it was an acceptable mod for the times back then and reminded us of those days. Lee and I got to talking about the records that came out during that decade and before we knew it, the afternoon was gone and it was time to hit the pool with a few cool beers. Every once in a while, you'll see us pull an old gem out of the vault because they need to be played, not left in a dark room all alone and that's the story with this '76 Strat. It's time for it to hit the stage once again- give us a shout with any questions or requests!

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