Fender / Stratocaster / 1964 / Sunburst / Guitar
An original Fender Stratocaster from 1964 in sunburst finish - coveted and collectible from the Pre-CBS period.
The Fender Stratocaster from before 1965 is probably the most legendary electric guitar in the world. Leo Fender started producing these guitars for the broad public in 1954.
The production until 1965 (Pre-CBS phase) took place under very high quality controls, small quantities and with the best materials. Therefore these guitars are very popular among players and collectors.
This guitar was built in 1964 and painted with a 3-tone sunburst finish. It is a well played and loved instrument and as a result the original finish has a cool vintage look. The cool thing is, that it only had 2 owners. They both loved and enjoyed this guitar and that for good reason ... it has this killer vintage tone.
The guitar plays fantastically and sounds incredibly good - surely a dream guitar for every player and collector. This Stratocaster shows you clearly why these guitars are so popular. It has the typical bell-like sound and this round clear tone.
It is all original and weights 3.4 kg. It has all the original rust and dust and all the vintage mojo you can imagine. It plays nice with freshly dressed original frets and a straight neck. All electronics and wires are original and in good working order.
The original case got damaged over the years and the guitar comes with a newer and nice loking 60's vintage style case.
Vintage Guitar World, Germany
Vintage Guitar World was founded out of passion for guitar playing and the search for the special sound.Selling guitars is not just a job for us – we love guitars and live music.
We are specialized in classical, flamenco and acoustic guitars. As our name already suggests, our preference is on vintage and historically valuable guitars.We want to offer our customers special, unique and high quality guitars.
Guitars which are specially selected and outstanding in sound.All guitars are checked and adjusted. We work closely together with guitar builders and repair shops to adjust each guitar.