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Own the Perfect Stratocaster to Match Your Style
Since its inception in 1954, the Fender Stratocaster has become emblematic of American rock 'n' roll. Just as guitarists have modified their Strats for decades, Fender has offered endless options and a variety of lineups. While some Strats are geared more towards the traditional vintage aesthetics with modern upgrades, and some are dressed up in new-age finishes and innovative electronics, there are plenty of guitars to choose from. With three pickups, a vibrato, and endless tonal options, it's one of the most iconic guitar designs of all time!
American Ultra and Ultra Luxe Stratocasters: Ultimate Playability
These Strats are suited for the modern player who wants the most versatility and playability. Featuring a 10"-14" compound radius fretboard and Fender's Ultra Noiseless pickups, these Strats have everything you need right out of the box.
American Professional II and Performer Stratocasters: Made in Corona, California
For the gigging musician, the Stratocaster is a great tool to have in your rig, since they are such versatile, stable guitars. All of these American Professional II and American Performer models are proudly made in Corona, California.
Fender Vintera and American Original Stratocasters
Modeled directly after vintage Stratocasters, from the Strat's inception in 1954 all the way through the 1970s, these Vintera series and American Original Stratocaster models have era-specific neck carves, vintage-correct pickups, and time-honored finishes.
Fender Player Series Stratocasters
Based on the American Professional II series, Fender's Player and Player Plus series Stratocasters are a great fit for any player, and an affordable option for the gigging guitarist. Built for modern players, they're designed to deliver a classic sound from a modern form factor.
Stratocaster Signature Models
Fender's Signature model Stratocasters feature unique neck carves, electronics, and finishes. Just because it's a signature guitar of someone like Ed O'Brien doesn't mean you can't make it your own!
Stratocasters by Squier
Get the most bang for the buck with Squier Strat models. Great for beginners, and decked out with modern and vintage appointments, the Squier Stratocaster line has been tried and true for years.