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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by eugeniuss, Jan 10, 2017.
Can anyone identify what model this strat is?
Serial number ???
Close ups !
Not that I could help much but others need to know and see details
Thats all the pics available off the site selling this
It's impossible to identify the strat without the seller posting a pic of the s/n
I think its a Classic 60's. cause heel adjust truss rod .
Thanks Stevierayfan, that the direction I was leaning, just needed validation
Was thinking along the same line, could be some kind of FSR maybe.
Probly a Classic Player or Classic Player as mentiones before. If its before 06 I believe thats before the Player was even introduced into the line up but not entirely sure.
If this is the case itd be easier to determine what it is exactly.
Doesn't that forearm, 3rd pic down from top, look slightly out of proportion to a regular sized Strat?
Sth funny about the back of the neck where it joins with the body.
It's not a Classic Player, wrong bridge.
Looks like a Classic Series 60 to me.
Yeah I meant to say classic series or classic player lol just re read my post but yeah most definately a Classic Series.
Looks like a magenta color.
As others have said it looks like a classic series 60s which comes in Candy Apple Red. I am not great with colours but if that is CAR they aren't good photographs.
Shouldn't the neck heel look more like that?
I'd say Classic 60s Strat, vintage Kluson style tuners, vintage style trem, heel adjust truss rod. I'd assume CAR.
The serial number won't identify the model. It looks like a Classic Series 60s to me too.
Isn't the screw hole (between neck/middle P/U's) in the wrong location for a classic 60's??? Yes, it could have been replaced.....just wondering...
Well spotted. The scratchplate holes are in the right place for a '64 Strat, not a '62 Strat. Did the Classic Series 60s Strat have the '62 style screw spacing? If so, either the scratchplate has been changed, or the body & the neck didn't start out life together.
I think what you have is a red strat
But like others have said look like a classic series