Fender Classic Series 60s Stratocaster Body, Candy Apple Red

Fender Classic Series 60s Stratocaster Body, Candy Apple Red

Fender Classic Series 60s Stratocaster Body, Candy Apple Red

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Fender Classic Series 60s Stratocaster Body, Candy Apple Red

About This Item

Crafted at Fender's Ensenada, Mexico, manufacturing facility, this genuine Fender Stratocaster guitar body is routed for a traditional three single coil pickup (SSS) configuration and is pre-drilled with six screw holes for vintage-style bridge with wide 2-7/32" mounting. It's topped with a gloss polyester finish for added durability on any stage. This replacement body is for a Fender or Squier by Fender guitar.

    Features:
  • Alder body
  • Gloss polyester finish
  • Three single coil (SSS) routing
  • Undrilled pickguard mounting holes
  • Six-screw vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge mount (2-7/32" wide)
  • Four-bolt neck pocket mount
  • Drilled and routed for output jack and control cavity
  • Tremolo cavity routed
  • Neck pocket cleanly routed with mounting holes drilled
  • Neck pocket dimensions: 3" (76.20mm) long x 2-3/16 wide x 5/8" (15.88mm) deep
  • All wiring channels routed

Not sure what hardware or pickups you want? Try our Hardware Sets for Strat. Everything fits this body perfectly and is ready to drop-in and install.



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Strat Body

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The fit and finish were outstanding. This body is well worth the money.

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Love it!

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I bought this and a Mighty Mite neck from Stew Mac.. I now own 7 Strats!.. This, by far is my favorite, best playing strat.

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Frankenstrat

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My first guitar was a strat copy bought for me in 1974. It was always good player but was very worn and I bought some Texas special pickups with the idea of bringing it back to life. After a lot of soul searching I decided it would be better hanging i on the wall and replacing it. I paired the Stewmac body with a mighty-mite neck and some decent hardware and built it's replacement. The neck and body (both from you) were top quality and went together with no problems. All it took was a normal setup and I now have a great playing (and sounding) strat.