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Thank you for creating this site. I used it to learn more about the features of the Ultras and after a long search bought a very nice 1991 today - with a single piece flaming veneer front and back. Wow - that's all I can say. It was worth the wait. Don't be too eager to scrap those Laces my friends. Find a tone or two you like and appreciate the subtle nature of these fine Strats.

It's a dark brown colour that I have not seen a lot of, with plenty of flames showing through.


Added: January 31, 2010
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The best Fender Website I have seen. Top notch information.

Added: January 30, 2010
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Great site. Love the black 62 tele custom.

Added: January 28, 2010
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Hello, can you tell me something about my two japan guitars:
1.Fender 1968 Stratocaster Reissue.
(Serial CIJ B000562) natural finished split Ash body.

2.Fender 1972 Telecaster Standard Reissue in a blond on Ash. (CIJ , Serial #O 008848).

Thank you very much.

Regards Vlada


Added: January 27, 2010
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This is an amazing site! So many beautiful guitars it just leaves me speechless. I recently bought a MIJ 62 Stratocaster Reissue and I'm in love with it; it was so much better that the American Vintage Series model (made in the USA) that I owned previously and sold for enough to get a the MIJ Stratocaster and a Les Paul Special. I really appreciated the information on Fender Japan. I knew soemthing of it, but had no idea they had such a quality operation. You've also got me thinking I should check my 52 Tele Reissue to see where it was made. I'm almost hoping its Japan. I hope you can keep updating it and maybe do a bit more on the Stratocaster Reissues.

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Love the Ultras and the Plus, Awesome Site Have 4 Ultras and 5 Plus 2 Teley Plus 1 Deluxe 1 Standard 72 Deluxe Teley

Added: January 26, 2010
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Hi, your website has some good info on the Strat Plus. I bought a red Strat Plus in early 1988 for only $500 and I never found another guitar that I liked better. I'm not sure if it's a '87 or a '88. It has 3 gold lace pick ups and the split Wilkinson nut. The serial number starts with E454 so I'm guessing it's a '87.

Added: January 26, 2010
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Great site I bought my Strat Plus in 1989 a sunburst similar to 1st photo of the 3 you have. 3 gold lace sensors, Spertzel and the Wilkinson roller nut set-up. Its really a nice guitar with a E series number. I spent a day going through about 30 Strat's that day I picked one then came back and that was the one grabbed it and that was about 21 years ago. Still a sweet guitar to have when I am able. I have a few other guitars but are all very different models plus accoustics 6-12 stings. The Strat is great with low action very playable and I am luck I have a very good Fender Trained Guitar Tech near by that takes care of it when needed. Lots of information. Many thanks for providing a explanation from your research to help those of us that have one of these models. Few are around and they have become rare and very collectable. :!cool: :!movie:

Added: January 24, 2010
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Jeff, Thank you for putting up such a great website. every time I go to another page I am amazed at the wealth of knowledge you have accumulated and share with folks. Have you put up anything on U-tube for us to hear some of these fabulous Strats you built? :!cool:

Added: January 23, 2010
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Hey Xhefri, (by the way, How do you pronounce that!)
You may have seen a post of mine on the fender web site. I posted a note saying that I am looking for a blueburst strat plus with the red, silver, and blue lace sensors. Please drop me a line if you hear of one being for sale at a reasonable price.

Admin reply: xhefri is pronounced Jeffrey....the XH makes a J sound and the rest is pretty much phonetic! ;)


Added: January 23, 2010
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