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1992 Fender Squier Wayne's World Collectible Stratocaster in MINT condition N.O.S. with Original Stickers and Tag. Comes with Molded HSC. 

For those who loved the hit movie Wayne's World and want to relive those radical and tubular days here's your chance to own a piece of history in museum quality condition! Feel free to ask questions. 

Model Name: Wayne’s World Stratocaster

Specification

Serial Number: M011985

Weight: 7.4 lbs

Model Number: 032-1000-580


Series: Squier Series


Body: Basswood


Neck: Maple


Fingerboard: Rosewood, 7.25" Radius


No. of Frets: 21


Scale Length: 25.5" (648mm)


Width @ Nut: 1.625” (41 mm)


Hardware: Chrome Hardware


Machine Heads: Vintage Style


Bridge: Vintage Style


Pickguard: White Pickguard


Pickups: Standard Pickups


Pickup Switching: 5-Position Blade Switch


Controls: Volume, Tone (Neck), Tone (Mid)


Colors: (580) Arctic White


Country of Manufacturer: Japan 

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Listed4 years ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Stratocaster
Categories
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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