Fender American Vintage ’57 Strat

Schematic(s) AmerVint57.pdf
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Body

Body: Alder
Body Shape: Stratocaster®
Body Finish:
(0100102803, 0100102806, 0100102857)
Nitrocellulose Lacquer

Neck

Neck Shape: “V” Shape
Number of Frets: 21
Fret Size: Vintage Style Frets
Position Inlays: Black Dot
Fretboard Radius: 7.25″ (18.41 cm)
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Nut Width: 1.650” (42 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5″ (64.8 cm)
Neck Plate: Vintage Style 4 Bolt
Truss Rod Nut: Original Vintage Style

Electronics

Pickup Configuration: S/S/S
Bridge Pickup: American Vintage Strat® Single-Coil Pickup
Middle Pickup: American Vintage Strat® Single-Coil Pickup
Neck Pickup: American Vintage Strat® Single-Coil Pickup
Pickup Switching: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Middle Pickup, Position 3. Neck Pickup
Special Electronics: 5-Way Switch Upgrade (Included in Kit)

Hardware

Hardware: Chrome
Bridge: American Vintage Synchronized Tremolo
Bridge Cover/Tailpiece: Includes Chrome Bridge Cover
String Nut: Synthetic Bone
Switch Tip: Aged White Switch Tip
Tremolo Arm/Handle: American Vintage Tremolo Arm
Modern Wiring Kit: Includes Modern Wiring Kit

Tools

Saddle Height Adjustment Wrench: .050″ Hex (Allen) Wrench

Miscellaneous

Strings: Fender® USA Super 250R, NPS, (.010-.046 Gauges)
Additional Comments: The introduction of the new American Vintage Series marks the return to original specifications with smooth rounded body radii, distinctive original neck shapes, headstock shape, dot positioning, aged plastic parts and new pickups with hand beveled magnets that replicate all of the physical and tonal aspects of the originals.
Unique Features: “V” Shape Maple Neck, Vintage Styling, Synthetic Bone Nut

Accessories

Case/Gig Bag: Vintage Tweed Case
Included Accessories: Vintage Tweed Case, Strap, Cable, 5-Position Switch Update Kit, “Ash Tray” Bridge Cover
Control Knobs: Aged White Plastic Knobs

2 Responses to “Fender American Vintage ’57 Strat”

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  1. Comment by KrisKross — July 18, 2013 at 8:02 am   Reply

    What the hell has this site become? Used to be a good source for vintage info; now it’s a commercial site, not even related to vintage amps.

    • Comment by mojotone — July 18, 2013 at 8:56 am   Reply

      It still has all the same information and even more. Just click Amps at the top to be taken to the data you are probably expecting.

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