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My 1979 Fender Antigua Strat is a rosewood fret board model. i would'nt trade it for any other guitar. i use a fender hot rod deville 212. just a cord between me and the amp. at times, i will use my cry baby. depending on the song.
but most of the time its just sweet mary ( my guitar ) and her coupe deville ( my amp ) a 20 foot cord, and me… Read Full Review
Written on: by tommyrock (1 review written)
I bought mine in 1989 for $700. I saw it in a vintage guitar store in NC and lusted after it- driving by weekly to make sure it hadn't sold. It was so eye-catching, I couldn't resist. After a few months, I finally bought it. It quickly became my main baby for recording and touring. Mine is unique in that it has a rosewood neck. I see a lot of maples come up, but no rosewoods.
I came to love Strats after growing up listening to Ritchie Blackmore and Jeff Beck. I wanted to steal that spectrum of… Read Full Review
It's just a great guitar, sound is great and a lot of fun to play. I have an original 79 my father bought for me it still rocks!… Read Full Review
Love this guitar. Got it new in '79. $512.00 w/ black plastic Fender HSC. A real player...and a TONE machine! Has held up great...was my only guitar for YEARS! Frets got a little worn... A couple of small chips in the pickguard... Other than that, this thing is a rock!… Read Full Review
Written on: by strat59 (1 review written)
I bought my Fender Antigua Strat new in 1978 for $750. It came with the black plastic case not a tweed case, I traded it in in 1982 for what they call now the Smith Strat, a lighter and better shaped Strat in my opinion… Read Full Review
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