#1
Here are some pics. US Fender Strat 60th Anniversary but i've seen different heads on it. In some pictures it looks like the one i have shown here and in others it looks somewhat different.







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#2
I've never seen an actual 60th anv model like that. But it may be one of the various special ones that came out that year.
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#3
I just realized it's a "highway-one" model. Anyone know anything about them?
#6
there's a serial no. in the back of the headstock .

look it up online
#8
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That black pickup looks terribly out of place.


Yup it does. If i do pick this up I plan to go back to stock.
#9
Highway 1 Strats are nice guitars, I just can't stand the 70's headstock though.. Ugh
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#10
Well i just picked it up. Want to swap out the pickups. What are the best pickups to get to get that original strat sound. I have my ESP/LTD EC-1000 with active pu's so i don't need anything that gainey or hot. This is solely for blues and classic rock.
#11
Where do you live? How much money can you spend on pickups?
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#12
Quote by Woozye
there's a serial no. in the back of the headstock .

look it up online


You know how easy it is to copy a serial number? checking it when determining whether its legit or fake just doesn't solve anything.

Looks legitimate to me despite that bridge humbucker looking completely wrong.
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#13
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Where do you live? How much money can you spend on pickups?


I'm in Canada...i would probably spend up to $200


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You know how easy it is to copy a serial number? checking it when determining whether its legit or fake just doesn't solve anything.

Looks legitimate to me despite that bridge humbucker looking completely wrong.


Exactly why i'm swapping out the pups even though i might only replace the trembucker. I might go with the Seymour Duncan TB-59 to start --- anyone ever try them?
Last edited by metaxis at Sep 13, 2008,