Rare Fender made in Japan Foto Flame Stratocaster made in 1993/4.
Nice condition for its age, no lifting of the finish as happens early on with some of these. Some minor marks and light scratches on the body. Frets are fine and plays fantastic. Light weight and resonant, great medium C neck is full and very comfortable.
A real eye catcher and for almost 30 years old is a nice example.
Comes with fender gig bag.
Although every guitar is checked at the point of buy in for condition we try to describe as accurately as possible and with the nature of every vintage, modern, used guitar you will always find blemishes held in certain lights that we have not solely pointed out.
These are usually very small lacquer marks or polish swirls and you have to expect a margin of very light marks that go undetected in usual lit environments.
Very good given age
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