This is an all original 1964/1965 Olympic White, Custom Color Stratocaster. This guitar was part of Neal Schon’s (Journey) private collection. The original frets are in excellent condition and do not have a huge amount of play-wear; the finish has some normal checking, dings, and there are a few marks and blemishes around the body, but overall the paint is in very good condition.There is a small uneven rout area from when the guitar was manufactured, likely from a dull router bit. Based on the paint and the condition of the guitar, and several vintage experts who examined the guitar or photos, this custom color beauty is all original…I’d rate this piece as ‘very good to excellent’ condition as it has been played some. The pick ups are loud and strong with that Fender chime but only a strat can make…If interested, I can certainly provide you more details to the best of my ability. Comes with original whammy bar, ashtray, and strap and non-original HS Strat case.

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Listed7 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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West Hartford, CT, United States
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