Fender Player Plus Strat MN 3CSB

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Fender Player Plus Stratocaster MN 3-Color Sunburst; stratocaster electric guitar; player plus series; body: alder; neck: maple; fingerboard: maple; neck mount: bolt-on; neck shape: modern c; inlays: black pearloid dots; 22 medium jumbo frets; nut: synthetic bone; nut width: 42,8 mm (1,69"); scale: 648 mm (25,51"); fingerbard radius: 305 mm (12,01"); pickguard: 3-ply mint green; pickups: player plus noiseless strat (bridge), player plus noiseless strat (middle), player plus noiseless strat (neck); controls: master volume, 2x tone (tone 2 with push/pull - tone 2 adds neck pickup to positions 1 and 2); switch: 5-way; tremolo: 2-point synchronized tremolo with block saddles; hardware finish: nickel/chrome; tuners: deluxe cast/sealed locking; incl. deluxe gigbag; colour: 3-color sunburst; stock strings: Fender USA 250LR NPS .009 - .046 (Art. 103326)

Colour Sunburst
Body Alder
Top None
Neck Maple
Fretboard Maple
Frets 22
Scale 648 mm
Pickups SSS
Tremolo 2-point
incl. Bag Yes
incl. Case No
available since September 2021
Item number 525024
sales unit 1 piece(s)
3.333 AED 797,48 €
Plus 209 AED shipping
The price in AED is a guideline price only!
Since we ship from Germany, additional costs through taxes and customs may be incurred
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Living the childhood dream
tormal 06.10.2021
Since I started playing the guitar 30+ years ago, Fender Stratocaster was THE guitar for me. Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, Ritchie Blackmore - all my heroes played Strats. But growing up in Hungary in the 80s there was no chance for a beginner to get a real one, so my first guitar was a Musima Lead Star - the GDR copy of the Fender Strat.
Many years have gone since, I was lucky enough to have had a few guitars, most of them chosen for practical reasons. I love all of them, but something was missing... So I decided to acquire a Player Strat – and on the very same day Fender released Player Plus series. Trouble again... But then I checked the specs: locking tuners - great; rolled fingerboard edges - great, like my other guitars; noiseless single coil pickups - great, I have all other pickup combinations but this; push-pull to add neck pickup to positions 1 & 2: so all possible pickup combinations are available – and that was what I had already wanted to make on my Musima 30 years ago. Alea iacta est - the dice was thrown.
Today she arrived and after a small tuning adjustment I took her to our weekly rehearsal. I use a Line6 Helix LT and my new love sounded great with that, especially with the tones I designed with a Variax Spank (Strat) model in hand. Other patches of mine that use humbuckers as input cried for a higher pickup output level to which these noiseless single coils are not capable of doing, so I may need some adjusment. But it is not the guitar's fault, it is just personal preference.
The noiseless pickups sounded great and are really noiseless. The push-pull function adds such tonality that is unusual for a Strat, but can come very handy in a few situations. Rolled edges with satin finish played like a charm.
Locking tuners did their job, I am sure they will be even better with fresh strings. I decided to fix the tremolo when I take the guitar to my favourite luthier to adjust it to my needs, I suppose tuning keeping will also be even better after that.
All in all I can say that it worthed to wait for my childhood love to come, I will not leave her ever.
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