EVERYTHING in the 1st Picture you get
1968 JIMI HENDRIX 1968 MAPLE CAP USA STRATOCASTER (1997) SIGNATURE SERIES
Folks: This is the Mother Load Right Here. Never Played.....Collector's Dream Find* I did a few pictures with my Real 1960's Vintage Ace Guitar Straps. In the pictures where they are hanging off the top lid of the case. None of them are included. The Pics just look pretty k@@L.. But Much CASE Candy does come with this Collector Grade Hendrix, and a bunch I added....
COLLECTOR GRADE 9.9 OUT OF 10 SHAPE!
Folks this is the Hendrix Tone that is a must in your collection. Why you think Jimi used Maple Cap on Maple necks? These Rare Strat's are fun as heck to play and Top Craftsmanship:
PLASTIC STILL ON Pickguard & Back Trem Cover
Video and pictures show all ♫♫♫
In the late 1960s, Jimi Hendrix single-handedly stretched the sonic possibilities of the guitar and, in the process, changed rock music--forever. In his gifted hands, the instrument became a major vehicle of expression. It talked, cried, exorcised and exulted as he glided with exuberance and ease from searing, blistering, electric blues to feedback-laden, free-form jazz to smoothly crafted torch ballads.
In honor of the guitar-wielding legend, Fender Musical Instruments and Experience Hendrix, LLC (the family of Jimi Hendrix) have just released the Jimi Hendrix Stratocaster. "Modeled after the same Strat that Jimi played at his historic performance at the Woodstock Music Festival of August 1969, the instrument is bound to delight generations of guitar players and music history enthusiasts for years and years," noted Jack Shelton, senior vice president of sales at Fender.
For starters, the Jimi Hendrix Stratocaster, which is built in Fender's factory in Corona, California, is a left-handed model strung right-handed and reversed, with the strap button on the lower horn, so that right-handed players would appear as Jimi did when looking at themselves in the mirror. The guitar, which is available in Olympic White, also boasts a maple neck with a large late-60s-style headstock, classic Schaller "F" tuners and woven strap. The icing on the cake, however, is the pickup configuration--three reverse staggered vintage Stratocaster pickups that are positioned perfectly for boning up on Jimi Hendrix classics such as "Wild Thing," "Purple Haze" or even "The Star Spangled Banner."
Color: Olympic White Only
Part Number: 010-6822 Maple Cap
Body: Contoured Alder
Neck: Special Shape One-piece Maple (7.5" radius)
Machine Heads: Fender/Schaller Vintage "F"
No. of Frets: 21 vintage
Pickups: 3 Staggered-pole Vintage Single-Coil
Controls: Volume, Tone (neck), Tone (mid)
Tremolo: Original Sychronized
Pickup Switching: 3-Way (5-way kit included)
Pickguard: White/Black/White (With Hendrix Tribute logo shown above)
Scale Length: 25.5" (648 mm)
Neck Width @ Nut: 1.650" (42mm)
Strings: Fender Super 250R
Fender Case: Black Tolex�
All You See in Video's... You Get!
Look at the picture in the mirror I took of headstock. In making of this Strat you Get the Feeling, the vibe of what Jimi seen or felt when playing.. basically a up side down right handed Fender Stratocaster... But think, NO ONE has got that Tone He got.. Yes it's in the fingers, BUT the Guitar has something to do with That "Tone'!