MIRC

Fender Player Plus Stratocaster Electric Guitar (MANUFACTURERS REFURBISHED/USED)

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  • Regular price $949.99
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When Fender's Player Series first hit the scene, its combination of rock-solid tonewoods and stellar electronics made for an infinitely giggable axe priced for the working musician. The Fender Player Plus Stratocaster builds on this blueprint with upgraded electronics and optimizations throughout to deliver even more incredible bang for your buck. A trio of noiseless Player Plus single-coil pickups pumps out hard-hitting tone with crystal clarity, made better with a push-pull Tone 2 knob to jack in the neck pickup when in positions 1 and 2. Rolled fingerboard edges give the Player Plus Strat a distinctly professional feel, a feature commonly found on instruments in higher price ranges. Throw in locking tuners and a highly expressive synchronized tremolo, and this top-notch 6-string truly puts the "Plus" in Player Plus Stratocaster.

 

 

Tech Specs

  • GENERAL
  • Number of Strings 6
  • Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
  • BODY
  • Body Type Solidbody
  • Body Shape Player Plus Stratocaster
  • Body Material Alder
  • Body Finish Gloss Polyester
  • Color Opal Spark
  • NECK
  • Neck Material Maple
  • Neck Shape Modern C
  • Neck Joint Bolt-on
  • Radius 12"
  • Fingerboard Material Pau Ferro
  • Fingerboard Inlay Pearloid Dots
  • Number of Frets 22, Medium Jumbo
  • Scale Length 25.5"
  • Nut Width 1.685"
  • Nut Material Synthetic Bone
  • HARDWARE
  • Bridge/Tailpiece 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo
  • Tuners Deluxe Die-cast Sealed Locking
  • ELECTRONICS
  • Neck Pickup Player Plus Noiseless Strat Single-coil
  • Middle Pickup Player Plus Noiseless Strat Single-coil
  • Bridge Pickup Player Plus Noiseless Strat Single-coil
  • Controls 1 x master volume, 2 x tone
  • Switching 5-way blade pickup switch
  • MISCELLANEOUS
  • Strings Fender, .009-.046
  • Case/Gig Bag Gig Bag
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 0147313395

 

 

Why do some of the used instruments have a “used” stamp on the back of the headstock?

This step is a long-standing agreement we have had with some of our manufacturing partners taken to protect their interests and to prevent the filing of improper warranty claims.  For many consumers, the “used” stamp is recognized as a sign of quality, giving confidence that an instrument originating from MIRC has been properly set-up and refurbished by a professional tech.