Fender offered many custom color options during the ’60s. Here one example: A Vintage 1963 Fender Shoreline Gold Stratocaster. Date-identifying details include three patent numbers on the headstock, 11 -screw, three-layer pick-guard, and a pick-guard mounting screw located near the middle pickup.
This Fender Stratocaster has a solid alder body shape, with a one piece maple neck that has a beautiful Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. Comes with 21 frets with clay-dot placement markers, the frets are the original factory frets and has definitely plenty of play left in them. Simply one exceptional and extraordinary rare Pre-CBS model across one of the many most sought after custom colors. A guitar like this could very well be a fabulous opportunity if you have or found one!
1963 Fender Shoreline Gold Stratocaster
Rarely and sometimes unexpectedly we could come across a vintage guitar like a ’50s or ’60s stratocaster, telecaster, or maybe even a broadcaster that may appear out of nowhere like some closet, basement or some garage. Understanding how to recognize such an wonderful opportunity would take some skill, it’s just like finding a piece of diamond and thinking it’s only a piece of glass if you have no knowledge of this and are not any kind of expert, you either know it is a diamond or is it only just a piece of glass for you. Well how can we recognize such a diamond? Providing you have some experience in that field, the answer is simple, just pick it up and play it. If it plays extremely well and does sound really good go do a background check to whom it may have belonged to, if it’s ’40s ’50s or ’60s pre-CBS that’s perfectly the right one. 1963 Fender Shoreline Gold Stratocaster
During the beginning through the 1960s, the outcome of the Stratocaster was ready for a bright new and crazy phase perfect for a vibrant and ground-breaking new sounds. The music culture would captivate the new and the older generation as never before with original and mind-blowing sounds that would be forged out of the Fender Stratocaster way back in the 1960s and onwards into the future, their very own developers along with their users of that earlier decade were probably not even able to very likely have imagined anything like this to happen.
Above, weighing 7.4 lb. of Thunder and Ferocity, is essentially a Classic Vintage 1963 Fender Shoreline Gold Stratocaster guitar found in top-notch estate.
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