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Fender Custom Shop designers met Donal Gallagher, brother of late great guitarist Rory Gallagher, in Los Angeles in 1997 and received one of the most coveted guitars of all time - Gallagher’s heavily worn 1961 Stratocaster® guitar. Fender initially built 40 replicas for European sale, but was subsequently besieged with requests for more. The Rory Gallagher Tribute Stratocaster guitar is an exact replica of that revered instrument, down to the extremely worn Three-color Sunburst alder body, maple neck and rosewood fingerboard. It even has five Sperzel® tuners and one Gotoh® tuner, and the 12th-fret dot marker is white plastic rather than the original clay. It also features three custom-wound ’60s single-coil pickups, aged chrome hardware, 21 jumbo frets and a bone nut. Our homage to a true and truly missed master.
|Brand:||Fender Custom Shop|
|Model:||Rory Gallagher Tribute Stratocaster|
|Finish Color:||3-Tone Sunburst|
|Neck Shape:||Early '60s "C"|
|Neck Dimensions:||.790 1st - .930 12th|
|Fingerboard Inlays:||Clay Dots with One Mis-matched White Plastic Dot at the 12th Fret|
|Frets:||21 Medium Jumbo|
|Pickups:||3 Custom '60s Single-Coil Strat Pickups|
|Controls:||Master Volume, 2 Tone, 5-way Switch|
|Tuners:||5 Sperzel Die-Cast Machines with 1 Mis-matched Gotoh Tuner|
|Bridge:||American Vintage Synchronized Tremolo|
|Pickguard:||3-Ply Mint Green|
|Case:||Brown Hardshell Case|