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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by deve52, Oct 8, 2017.
Could we see them please?
This is my 60th Anniversary Commemorative Strat, whti golden hardware and pearloid pegs. A beauty, isn´t it?
Here is my 60th. Anniversary strat, it's actually the second one I purchased because the first one had a ding that I didn't notice, it bugged me so I took it back and waited of another one and it never happened until I ran across another one on line that looked almost id ntical to the one I took back, I crossed my fingers and hoped for the best, it arrived and was almost a doppelgänger to the first one, weight, grain pattern and lo and behold.. a smaller ding in the same area! No kidding! I'm keeping it though, it's a magical sounding strat..the other one was as well, both are one piece ash bodies and killers sounding pickups
IMG_3249 by Tonecontrol posted Oct 9, 2017 at 1:47 PM
I pretty sure they are 2 piece bodies with one piece maple necks. I don't believe Fender has made any one piece bodies in a long long time. Also the 60th Anniversary that is limited to 1954 total units is a two piece body as are CS.
Perloid. Isn't that just pretty plastic?
I love that look!
This is my 60th anniversary 54' AVRI..
These are the Pearloid tuners on the special edition strat.
This is not a special edition strat. This is my Strat. Lol
My model permutation is what they called the FSR (Factory Special Run) Mystic Aztec Gold with Custom Shop Fat 50s pickups:-
Wow. Look at all that candy...
Nice pic! Mine didn't do the tuners justice.
Thanks! I love these damn things.. I searched long and hard for them.
Your Anni Strat has gold frets, right?
Frets look gold in the pic. But I'm certain that's just sliver frets reflecting all that brown surrounding them. Including the floor. What a great idea, though!!
This are mine, replaced the tuners with locking ones, but kept the perloid buttons
Do you still have the original set?
Interested in selling?
Yes, and yes, but now they have gold buttons... pm me.
I have one of those. I love it.
And here is the original tuner with the swapped gold button, these are made in Germany.
They're on the gold hardware models.