Classic Strat Feel, Big Strat Tone!Do you want a big-sounding Strat with plenty of bite? Here's your tone beast. Fender's American Standard Stratocaster HSS gives you all that Strat goodness you love (easy-playing neck, tonal variety), but it's packing serious tone heat: Custom Shop Fat '50s pickups in the neck and middle positions, and a hot humbucker at the bridge. For rhythm work, this axe gives you the clean glassy tones of a genuine '50s Strat. And when it's time for your solo, jam the blade down and let the HSS's humbucker unleash sonic armageddon. With a bevy of enhancements such as an improved high-mass trem bridge and vintage-tinted neck with rolled fingerboard edges, once you pick up the American Standard Stratocaster HSS, you won't want to stop playing!
It's a Strat
You know the look. You know the tone. You crave that vibe you can only get from a genuine Fender Stratocaster. From its iconic double-cutaway body shape to the unmistakable snap and awesome tone you get from its 3-pickup configuration, the Strat isn't just legendary; no, it's way more: it's what folks the world over think of when they hear the words "electric guitar." The list of Strat players is a who's who of rock, country, and jazz legends. From Holly to Hendrix, from Eric Johnson to Eric Clapton, so many awe-inspiring players have made - and continue to make - the Strat their go-to instrument of choice. Here's your chance to join the best: the Fender American Standard Stratocaster HSS!
Fender American Standard Stratocaster HSS Solidbody Electric Guitar Features at a Glance:
- Classic Strat sound, playability, and comfort
- Stunning range of great sounds from two Custom Shop Fat '50s single-coils and a high-output humbucker
- Aged pickup covers and knobs give this Strat a cool vintage vibe
- Eminently playable fast-action neck and buttery rolled fingerboard
- US-made in Fender's Corona, CA factory
- Includes hardshell case, cable, strap, and polishing cloth
NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.