Fender Standard Stratacoustic Acoustic-Electric GuitarFender
The Standard Stratacoustic truly represents the best of both worlds—the classic, familiar body shape, headstock and neck feel of a Stratocaster® in a well-made and affordable acoustic-electric guitar. Perfect for musicians who prefer the feel of an electric guitar with the sonic performance of an acoustic, the Standard Stratacoustic combines a spruce top and comfortable fiberglass back and sides with great-sounding onboard electronics. Fantastic for both practice and performance, amplified or unplugged, it's a very versatile guitar in a cool black finish, and an awesome choice for acoustic rock.
Condition: When this guitar came in from the factory, the authorized refurbisher couldn't find anything wrong with it. No repairs or modifications were made to the guitar - they simply gave it a set-up and left it alone. The guitar looks mint. When we received the guitar, we straightened the neck and set the action at the 12th fret to 5/64" (bass side) and 4/64" (treble side). Guitar plays great with this lower-action set-up! All electronics are in perfect working order. Back of the headstock is stamped "used" and original serial # has been replaced with a new one.
- 1-piece fiberglass body with Stratocaster shape
- Laminated spruce top
- Maple bolt-on neck with "C" shape (satin finish)
- Fishman® Isys III preamp w/ tuner, 3-band EQ, volume & low-battery light
- Walnut fretboard with pearloid dot inlays
- Ovangkol bridge
- Die-cast tuners
- Checkerboard rosette
- Chrome hardware
- Aged white body binding
- Quartersawn X bracing
- Graph Tech® NuBone™ nut and compensated saddle
- 21 vintage-style frets
- 1.69" nut width
- 25.5" scale length
- 12.625" body width (at widest)
- 2.75" body depth (at deepest)
- Black gloss finish (top)
About our set-ups: We do our best to accurately describe the current set-up and playability of each guitar. However, due to temperature and humidity changes the guitar may experience while in transit, it's possible for the neck and body to slightly "adjust" along the way. After all, guitars are primarily wooden instruments that are highly susceptible to their environment. By the time you receive the guitar, un-box it and tune it up, you may find that it needs a slight adjustment to get it back to the set-up specs that we originally described in our listing. Please keep this in mind before purchasing.