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stratocaster

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Dazzling one-off Fender Stratocaster gets hand from 3D imagery

Fender's stunning handmade Pine Cone guitar is a diamond-studded beauty created with an assist from 3D imagery.

By January 27, 2015

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Custom diamond-studded Stratocaster guitar shines (pictures)

Diamonds, gold, silver and 3D image projection combine to make a memorable custom guitar, the only one like it in the world.

7 Images By January 27, 2015

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How Fender turned Jimi Hendrix's Strat into a modern player's guitar

So you want to play like rock god Jimi Hendrix? Fender combines guitar history and present-day playability in a Hendrix Stratocaster that's both a contemporary instrument and a child of the '60s.

By December 22, 2015

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'Rock Band' hits high note with Stratocaster

Fender icon raises stakes in guitar gaming.

By June 19, 2007

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Hello Kitty meets Buddy Holly

Cultural icons clash in Fender Stratocaster

By December 20, 2006

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Fender appeals to guitarists online

Guitar maker Fender Musical Instruments has launched a new Web site for guitar players, featuring articles, videos, song transcriptions and interactive music lessons. Beginners and seasoned pros, for instance, can learn how to strum their favorite guitar licks or play along with songs through accompanying audio clips. Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Fender said its site features popular guitar riffs such as Jeff Beck's "People Get Ready," Pink Floyd's "Money," Eric Clapton's "Lay Down Sally," and James Jamerson's bass line from Marvin Gaye's "I Heard It Through the Grapevine." The site also offers biographies, accessories, books and videos; the company hopes to add new songs, artists and lessons as well as feature articles on topics including copyrights issues. Fender said it partnered with print music publisher Hal Leonard to develop the site. Founded in 1946, Fender is known for its guitars, amplifiers and related equipment such as the Fender Precision Bass and Jazz Bass, Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster electric guitars.

February 7, 2002