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Fender Stratocaster ST-62-22 Lake Placid Blue (Matching Headstock + Candy)

Fender Stratocaster ST-62-22 Lake Placid Blue (Matching Headstock + Candy)

Regular price $1,699.99 AUD
Regular price Sale price $1,699.99 AUD
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Fender Stratocaster ST-62-22 Lake Placid Blue (Matching Headstock)

Rarer than an honest politian, you are feasting your eyes on a custom ordered '62 Reissue Stratocaster made in Fujigen in 2013. If the '62 specs and the deep lake placid blue wasn't enough to get you ... check out that matching headstock! This one also comes with it's original Japanese paperwork and owner's manual. Did we mention this thing is mint? Yeah like ... never played mint. Any fresher and it would still be sitting on the factory floor in Japan. Not a single blemish in sight. This one has a nice medium D 60s profile that fits perfectly in the hand and as per Japanese craftmanship, the fretwork and build quality are second to none. This thing is a total dream boat and looks the business.

Just back from a professional setup with 1046s, it plays very nicely with a medium-low action on it's factory narrow-tall frets. No playwear, no fretwear. Be the first to make your impression on this beautiful instrument. Comes with case candy and Fender gig bag.


Make: Fender

Model: ST-62-22

Origin: Japan (Fujigen Plant), 2013

Body: Basswood

Neck: Maple

Fingerboard: Rosewood

Neck Profile: Medium D, 7.25" Radius, 25.5" Scale

Pickups: Fender Japan Single Coils, Neck: 5.1kOhms, Middle: 5.2kOhms, Bridge: 5.2kOhms

Frets: 22

Finish: Lake Placid Blue

Weight: 3.6kg

Shipping & Returns:

Domestic AU Shipping (Insured) - $Free

International Shipping (Insured) - $199.99

Local Pickup/Click & Collect - 135 New Canterbury Road, Lewisham 2049 

The item is sold as is - if it is broken or damaged on arrival, we will offer you a return/refund. We cannot accept returns for change of mind or offer any warranty on used/vintage items.

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