Fender American Stratocaster HSS [2003-2007]
Fender American Stratocaster HSS [2003-2007]

American Stratocaster HSS [2003-2007], Guitarra de forma Stratocaster from Fender in the Stratocaster series.

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iamqman 11/10/2011

Fender American Stratocaster HSS [2003-2007] : la opinión de iamqman (content in English)

"Single great guitar"

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What can I say about the Fender Stratocaster that hasn't already been said and used and recorded in almost every album since they started playing the electric guitar. These guitars are such fine instruments in the beauty and quality and they just flat-out remarkable. They have such a great soul a great feel and overall just a great tone. These are simple designed guitars and there's not a whole lot of features and functionality to them.


Neck Shape: Modern "C" Shape
Number of Frets: 22
Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
Position Inlays: Pearl Dot Inlays
Fingerboard Radius: 9.5"-14" Compound Radius (24.1 cm-35.56 cm)
Fretboard: Rosewood or Maple
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Finish: Satin Urethane
Nut Width: 1.685" (42.8 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5" (64.8 cm)
Neck Plate: 4-Bolt Neck Plate with Micro-Tilt™
Truss Rod Nut: 1/8" American Series Nut
Pickup Configuration: H/S/S
Bridge Pickup: Atomic Humbucking™ Pickup
Middle Pickup: Noiseless™ N3 Strat® Middle Pickup
Neck Pickup: Noiseless™ N3 Strat® Neck Pickup
Pickup Switching: Position 1. Humbucking Pickup w/ Coils in Series, Pos. 2. Middle Pickup/Inside Coil of Humbucking Pickup in Parallel, Pos. 3. Middle Pickup, Pos 4. Neck/Middle Pickup in Parallel, Pos. 5. Neck Pickup
Special Electronics: S-1™ Switch
Controls: Master Volume, Tone 1. (Neck Pickup), Tone 2. (Bridge/Middle Pickup)
Hardware Finish: Chrome
Bridge: Deluxe 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with Pop in Arm
String Nut: LSR Roller Nut
Switch Tips: Aged White Switch Tip
Tremolo Arm Handle: Pop-In Deluxe Tremolo Arm
Auxiliary Switching: 2-Position Push/Push "Passing Lane" Switch


These guitars sound great with any amplifier or any effects pedals that you have laying around. Whenever your system is that you're running this guitar will fit quite well into that network. I primarily like these guitars with a Marshall amplifier of some sort. They sound good and pretty much anything so it doesn't really matter what you have is that sound great. I just really like the tone of these guitars with a good Marshall for input amplifier because of the nice punchy tone that the JMP Marshall amplifier's have.


You find these guitars pretty much anywhere you look for musical gear. Most retailers carry Fender Stratocaster. So I suggest going in and try out different necks in different weights in different colors to find out which one that you gel and jive with. They're not that expensive as an instrument and you can find them just around thousand dollars or so pending on where you look. If you're looking in the use section you can find them pretty easily there as well. They hold their value quite well and they're such a great instrument for collection or use.