Fender American Professional Stratocaster Guitars
It’s in the name; Fender’s American Professional range caters for the working musician with a refined, proficient take on a classic instrument.
The Fender Stratocaster is one of the first mass-produced electric guitars dating back to 1954. As the name suggests, the Fender American Professional Strat range represents a highly-refined take on the classic design, offering maximum performance and reliability.
The trick here was combining the classic elements of the Strat design with modern features to suit contemporary players. The tried-and-tested formula remains the same; the Professional Stratocaster is arguably the ultimate versatile instrument for the performing musician.
A number of crucial tweaks have been made to give the Pro Strat a performance boost. The V-Mod pickups are individually voiced per position, with unique Alnico magnet blends. The result is a more precise, articulate tone that does exactly what you want it to. They’ve also introduced the Deep C neck profile, with a thinner shape at the headstock and a gradual flattening towards the top end. This ergonomic shape facilitates improved playability – rhythm, lead or anything in between.
The American Professional Strat line-up includes a number of different pickup configurations, finishes and tonewood options – you’re bound to found one that suits you. Check out the full range below!
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Fender American Professional Stratocaster Guitars FAQs
Where are Fender American Professional guitars made?
As the name implies, Fender make their American Professional guitars in their main USA factory.
Do Fender still make the American Standard?
The American Professional has now replaced the American Standard. It's a direct upgrade with new pickups, a neck neck, new frets and electronics.
What is the Treble Bleed circuit?
This nifty design packed in American Pro models allows the volume knob to be turned down, while retaining the top-end frequencies usually lost in other guitars.
What is a tapered neck?
A tapered neck is thinner at the lower frets and wider at the top frets. This allows you to squeeze your fingers in for chords lower down and solo comfortably further up. Many American Pro guitars feature this.
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