Most Fender fans remember the rosewood Tele that Fender built for George Harrison back in 1969. He used it in the Let It Be movie and rooftop concert. Some folks don't know that Fender built a rosewood Strat for Hendrix as well. It was completed in April of 1970 but they never got it to Hendrix before he died in September of the same year. Those guitars were prototypes. They made two Teles and two Strats. Rosewood necks and bodies. The Hendrix Strat, or one of them, passed through Chicago Music Exchange and wound up in a private collection probably never to be seen by the general public again. I've emailed them and asked if they have any more pictures but here is the most famous and confirmed legit picture of that guitar. Well, I decided to make one. Since I am not a woodworker (I build electric power lines), I bought the neck and body from a builder in Florida. If you frequent TDPRI, you may have already seen a thread I started on this but if you don't, this may interest you. I am not going to build a copyright infringement guitar. It's not going to have a Fender or Custom Shop decal but I'm considering having my last name, in Fender "spaghetti logo" font, on the front and "Custom Build" with the chevron on the back of the headstock.