#1
Its so depressing to go on the fender website and see all those amazing colors that the guitar center I live near dont sell (http://www.fender.com/resources/colors/) If you ask them to stock a certain color guitar does guitar center order the guitar you ask for or are you supposed to buy it online? Thanks for the help if you answered me
#3
True the new american fender guitar looks awsome but its kind of a shame that the only colors I see in stores are blue black and white. A sweet green or something would be awosome to see.
#4
nothing beats a natural or just raw wood.
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#5


WALNUT LOOKS SO BADASS!

edit: what kind of fender is this? I never knew they had humbuckers besides signature models.
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#6
^agreed, natural wood is the best
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WALNUT LOOKS SO BADASS!

edit: what kind of fender is this? I never knew they had humbuckers besides signature models.


yeah walnut is the greatest, and that fender almost looks like a peavey cirrus bass..
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#9
I'd be suprised if they wouldn't considering most big European dealers will order stuff in for you if you ask. The music shop I use (Thomann in Germany) even added the particular model of bass I wanted to their online catalogue so I could order it on the net when I e-mailed them about it.
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#10
Seriously, a fender jazz in walnut would look pretty similar to the Peavey Grind haha minus the sharp tips, I guess just the off set body has resemblance
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