FSR Roasted Ash Strat and Tele

Lone Woof

Senior Stratmaster
Nov 30, 2014
3,724
WI
Fender just released a Strat, Tele and P bass in a roasted ash with roasted maple neck/fretboard.

U neck on Tele, soft V on Strat.

They look delicious.
 

John C

Most Honored Senior Member
Silver Member
Jul 17, 2012
8,078
Kansas City
I get emails from a dealer in New York called The Music Zoo (never bought anything there but entered a few contests); the one from yesterday had the Tele and the Strat included in the list. They are American Vintage models - looks like the Tele (which is based on the AV '52) is sold but they have a couple of of the Strats (based on the AV '56) - from The Music Zoo's website:

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Lone Woof

Senior Stratmaster
Nov 30, 2014
3,724
WI
My only gripe on the Strat is the whiteness of the knobs and pickup covers. Should've been more of a cream color.
 

Ebidis

Providing the world with flat bends since 1985
Nov 14, 2013
29,535
Alabama
I get emails from a dealer in New York called The Music Zoo (never bought anything there but entered a few contests); the one from yesterday had the Tele and the Strat included in the list. They are American Vintage models - looks like the Tele (which is based on the AV '52) is sold but they have a couple of of the Strats (based on the AV '56) - from The Music Zoo's website:

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I kinda dig it.
 

RangerJay

Strat-Talk Member
Nov 16, 2016
80
DFW
I like 'em. I especially like the Tele model. I've been thinking about adding a Tele to the stable, and this just might fit the bill.
 

stratmauler

Strat-Talker
Feb 10, 2012
363
NZ
The Strat's a beauty. Those pick-ups and knobbies will yellow-up some with use and then it would be beautiful and righteous.
 

mutato

Senior Stratmaster
Jul 10, 2007
3,699
RI
Love the look. Kind of loosely reminds me of the Prototype Stratocaster.
 


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