What can anyone say about the company that makes one of the most iconic of all guitars, the Fender Stratocaster? Fender guitars are easily some of the most popular guitars on the planet, and the Fender Stratocaster is without question the most copied and modified guitar style in history.
Fortunately, the Fender Stratocaster isn’t the company’s only offering. They also make the Fender Telecaster, a guitar that has been popular with not only fast country pickers but even jazz artists like Mike Stern. They have made some of the most sought-after instruments in history, with the 1957 Fender Stratocaster being one of the most lusted after of all vintage guitar models.
New and used Fender guitars are beloved by players and collectors alike. It’s safe to say that the current batch of guitars includes some of the best models in the company’s history, including the heralded reissue series, including the much prized Fender Stratocaster 54 reissue. Fender makes a variety of quality guitars in both the United States and its Mexican factory. They offer artist models featuring everyone from Eric Johnson to Eric Clapton, and of course have made guitar relics “cool” all over. The line is still built upon the Fender American Stratocaster, which contains fusion of both new and old, from the reinvented Fender Stratocaster tuners to the newly designed bridge.