#1
hi

daft question i know but

i was in my small local music shop a few days ago and they had a fender classic player 50's strat in fiesta red with a maple neck, i had a little go and thought ill have that in a few weeks, now im looking online at the fender site and i can only find it in 2tone and shoreline gold. http://www.fender.com/en-GB/products/search.php?partno=0141102303
is this right? mean im thinking could it be theyve actually mislabled a http://www.fender.com/en-GB/products/search.php?partno=0131002304

any help here would be top stuff

paul
#2
Yea its possiible if they bought it used they might have just took the sellers word for it
Which they should have reseached it before they bought it in that case
Or somebody might have refinished it to fit they're taste better

But if your not sure its the right guitar don't buy it
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#3
Its supposed to be new, but yeah I think ill skip it, I was hoping maybe it was like last years edition or somthing.

Oh well never mind

Thanks for the help
#4
Just get the serial number and go to the Fender site to find out which model that serail number is.
#5
I had thought about serial number verification but there's a warning on the fender site about historic markings and serial numbers on this range.
But I've been in touch with a few fender dealers and fender don't do this guitar in red, only. Two tone and shoreline gold.

Debating if I should go into said shop and say that's not what you say it is