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2002 Fender Stratocaster Highway One

Precio habitual
€550,00 EUR
Precio habitual
Precio de venta
€550,00 EUR

2002 Fender Stratocaster Highway One in nice used condition. No hits or scratches.

If you're looking for the best value in Fender's traditional American craftsmanship and distinctive rock sound, the Highway One Series Stratocaster is the best place to start. Although they are the lowest priced Strats made in Fender's US factory, Highway One gives you everything that made the Stratocaster the standard for generations. You sacrifice very little for the savings, other than the hardshell case that comes with other American Stratocasters. Instead, you get an excellent gig bag.

The Highway One models are hot-rodded versions of a 70's Strat with jumbo frets, a rounder tone and higher gain, as well as a thin-coated nitrocellulose body which allows the tone of the wood to come out. 2002 was one of the few years Highway One strats came with the smaller headstock.

Highway One Stratocaster:

  • Modern "C"-shape neck 9-1/2" maple fingerboard with jumbo frets
  • Maple neck with satin urethane finish
  • Standard sealed/cast tuners
  • Alder body with a satin nitrocellulose lacquer finish that lets you see the quality of the wood and workmanship.
  • The neck has the renowned Fender fit and finish that makes it comfortable to play for hours and easy to get around the fingerboard at the highest frets.
  • Fender Hot Single-Coil Strat Bridge, Middle and Neck pickups with Alnico 3 magnets. The middle position pickup is reverse-wound/reverse-polarity. 5-way selector switch paired with Fender's Greasebucket Tone Circuit (which rolls off the highs without adding bass) with controls for Master Volume, Tone 1 for the neck pickup , and Tone 2 for the bridge pickup.
  • Vintage-Style Synchronized tremolo bridge 3-ply parchment plastic pickguard and parchment plastic control knobs complete the package.