The ’68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb Amp pays tribute to the classic look, sound and performance of Fender’s late-’60s “silver-face” amps. In a special twist, both…
Ideal for fingerstyle players, the mid-range frequencies and tonal qualities of the Woodland Pro Folk Sunburst is in large part due to its smaller body…
The Simon & Patrick Woodland Pro Mini Jumbo offers solid mahogany and spruce construction with a comfortable shape that produces nice volume and a beautifully…
Just in on trade at Dan’s Music: The Fender American Original 60’s Stratocaster in Olympic White! This strat is basically brand new! If you’re looking for a ’60s-inspired Strat with modern convenience and playability, look no further than the Fender American Original ’60s Stratocaster. This guitar tips its hat to Transition-era Strats of 1965, with a chunky “C” neck profile, a rosewood fingerboard, pearloid dot inlays, and a mint green pickguard. The American Original ’60s Strat’s 9.5″ fingerboard radius will please today’s lead players, while its period-correct Pure Vintage ’65 pickups and contemporary 5-way switching are sure to please tone aficionados. Aged pickup covers and controls give this Strat a classic played-in look.
Now at Dan’s Music, the Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH in Olympic White. The Fender Standard Jazzmaster HH solidbody electric guitar is loaded with a pair of Blacktop open-coil humbuckers, infusing your riffs with an aggressive, old-school punch and bite. You also get a coil-splitting push-pull switch built into this guitar’s tone knob, providing you with plenty of tonal versatility.
Just in at Dan’s Music Center, the Fender American Original 50’s Stratocaster in Aztec Gold! This stunning Stratocaster is nearly brand new and gives you the best way to experience the reason why the Stratocaster was an instant hit with guitarists in the first place. Featuring Pure Vintage ’59 pickups, a V-Soft neck, and a stunning golden finish, this guitar will make you look great, and sound even better.
Now at Dan’s Music, the Fender American Special Stratocaster – Walnut with Maple Fingerboard. The American Special Stratocaster puts U.S-made Fender quality into the hands of players at any level. For the guitarist who wants a combination of timeless Fender style and contemporary features, this guitar delivers traditional Strat design with some extra elements for modern tone and performance, including Texas Special pickups and special circuitry, modern neck profile and fingerboard radius, and more. Great sounding, great looking and feeling, and made in the United States.
Now at Dan’s Music Center, the Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster! Fender’s American Special Stratocaster solid-body electric guitar gives you popular Strat features at a price that’s nearly unheard of for a US-made Fender. It all starts with an alder body for classic Strat sound, and it’s all wrapped up in a beautiful gloss urethane finish.
On trade now at Dan’s Music, the Fender Custom Shop LTD Edition Heavy Relic El Diablo in Faded Surf! In nearly brand new condition, this guitar deploys broadsides of fiery tone. It’s also a pure joy to play. But we shouldn’t let the rambunctious moniker distract from how serious this axe is. Fender’s elite luthiers handcrafted it from the highest-quality tonewoods and parts. From its aged vintage-style hardware to the way the classic V-shaped neck carve subtly flattens as you migrate up to the treble registers, no shortcuts were taken – it’s the best of the best. It’s a collector’s dream that you’ll want to play every day.
Former Fender Custom Shop Master Builder, Chris Fleming, has taken his previous design for the Classic Player Baja Telecaster and upgraded it with full-on 1960s features and vibe, including a maple fingerboard and a comfortable ’60s “C”-shaped neck profile. A departure from the typical Tele ash body, this electric guitar’s alder body gives you a fuller, warmer sound while retaining all the sustain and cutting mids. When you plug in, you can expect a vintage-tinged, warm and edgy twang to leap out of your amp, thanks to a combination of ’58 and ’52 American Vintage single-coil pickups.