Fender Standard Stratocaster with Vintage Tremolo 1989 - 1997


  • The first model of Fender’s classic line of electric guitars, is the Standard Stratocaster which began production in the late 1980s.
  • Features a Vintage Tremolo tailpiece.
  • Available in Torino Red, Lake Placid Blue, Black, Arctic White, Crimson Red Metallic, & Brown Sunburst finishes.
  • Also available with Floyd Rose or Hardtail tailpiece.

Product Specs

  • Standard Stratocaster with Vintage Tremolo
  • Arctic White
  • Black
  • Brown Sunburst
  • Crimson Red Metallic
  • Lake Placid Blue
  • Torino Red
  • 1989 - 1997
Made In
  • Mexico
Body Shape
  • S-Style
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Finish Style
  • Gloss
Fretboard Material
  • Maple
  • Rosewood
Number of Strings
  • 6 String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Wood Top Style
  • Plain

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Reviews for the Fender Standard Stratocaster with Vintage Tremolo 1989 - 1997
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  • Awesome

    Verified Purchase

    Couldn’t have asked for a better guitar!!

  • Great

    Verified Purchase

    Beat up and worn down a lot of character but still plays like a dream great guitar

  • Mine is Beat Up

    I have a MIM also exactly like the one pictured except a lot worse for wear. No not factory distressed but worn and beat by my use. I am the only owner and that is something to be proud of!

  • Awesome Lake Placid Blue w/ Maple Neck MIM Standard Strat....

    Verified Purchase

    After having had American Deluxe models and a few Robert Cray Signature MIM hardtail strats. I was unsure about delving into this standard strat. because surely it would be far inferior, right!? Wrong! I found the fit and finish to more than acceptable with a playable and comfortable neck. Tones whi…

  • Corona and a Mexican Strat

    Next to a good cold Mexican Beer and a dish of Chili Colorado these Fender Standard Stratocasters are the best things Mexico has to offer. I prefer the Mexican made Standard Stratocasters to the American Standard. The Mexican Standard neck and feel are much closer to that of those we played back …