The Strat Plus made its debut in 1987 and had a very successful 13-year run, ending in '99, which was the last year of the American Standard, replaced by the American Series, with the "American Deluxe" replacing the Strat Plus as Fender's premium production model.When released in '87 the Plus was essentially a deluxe model American Standard, with upgraded pickups and hardware.I'm a big fan of these pickups as they're the best I've found for zero hum while retaining that vintage Strat tone.The Plus also features precision locking tuners and LSR roller nut (or Wilkinson cam nut on early models), enhancements to keep the guitar in tune, especially for players who use the tremolo to great measure.The Strat Plus made its debut in 1987 and had a very successful 13-year run, ending in '99, which was the last year of the American Standard series.When released in '87, the Plus was essentially a deluxe model American Standard, with upgraded pickups and hardware.
The Gold Laces (50's Strat sound) on this model are the same pickups used on the early Plus models as well as on the Clapton and Buddy Guy signature models; both of whom toured with these stock Laces for many years.
This one's in excellent condition overall with the only flaw being some buckle scratches on the back (shown here) in the clear coat only.
Frets are in excellent shape and the set up is spectacular with low action and no choking out on bends.
I would like a machine that you plug into your microphone and it makes it sound as if you are singing in harmony. I used one years ago well the person I was singing with who played the guitar pressed a pedal on a machine on the floor he pressed it on a chorus it was fantastic.
Can you help please is a multi-functional vocal synth processor.