Leo Fender wanted to craft an instrument that was as functional as it was easy to use. It was a primitive-looking object that was tough as nails, its powerful name inspired by another groundbreaking invention: the television. And with its revolutionary electrified tone, it would change the way music was made—forever. When someone asks, “Why Fender electrics?” the answer is clear. Fender guitars were designed to be louder, and exciting tones they produced are still engrained into our cultural DNA.
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New FenderStories Collection Eric Johnson 1954 Virginia Stratocaster (USA, MN) - 2-color sunburst
The Fender Stories Collection to which belongs the FENDER Stories Collection Eric Johnson 1954 "Virginia" Stratocaster (0117442803) solid body electric guitar pays tribute to legendary [...]