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Fender Stratocaster 1999 Standard (USA) Natural Wood Finish

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I am selling a rarely used Strat with natural wood finish. It is in immaculate & stunning condition. I can also produce the original bill of sale. It was bought as a back up guitar but has spent most of it's life in it's case (also provided). That's 14 years. It's a gorgeous looking instrument. There is no buckle rash or nasty dings or scratches. You will find a couple of marks if you really, really look hard but otherwise it's like new. I have two other heavily used strats & I just can't bring myself to using this one in case I spoil it. I need to finance a Gibson so therefore have decided to sell it on.
I'm asking £720 ono. Yes you can buy a cheaper Strat on ebay. I do understand that, but nothing I have seen compares to this one. It's more than just a nice guitar. It's a work of art that is an investment that if kept nice will retain it's value & hopefully that will increase in time.
It could probably use a new set of strings & a set up. I'll put a set of hybrids (9-46) or a set of 10's in the case but if you choose to set up no doubt your preference would be different from mine.

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