The recently reissued Fender Starcaster semi-hollow electric has returned and made more than a few folks take notice - we think it's even better than the original! This guitar was briefly produced in the mid 70s and was Fender's foray into the semi-hollow market. This reissue is noticeably improved with a stop bar and tune-matic style bridge and a neck that is just incredibly playable. Nice finish job on the frets too. The Starcaster is a laminate Maple body with an Alder Center Block, Maple neck, and Maple fingerboard. It's loaded with two Fender Wide Range humbuckers giving you great sound and versatility. You've got 3 way switching here and two volume and two tone controls.
"This is one of the coolest Fender's I've played in a while - the neck feels great and this really plays like a more expensive guitar." - Eric M.
Nice 1.650" nutwidth, 9.5" radius neck and medium jumbo frets. It weighs in with a nice heft at 7 lb, 12 oz and sounds great when you plug it in. Not often do you come across something so affordable that's a better player than the original, but this Fender Starcaster delivers. Case not included, but you can add on a gig bag or hard case for a bit more.
||Laminated Maple with Alder Center-Block
||Maple with modern “C” shape
||Rosewood with black dot inlays
||22 Medium Jumbo
||Two Fender “Wide Range” Humbuckers
||Pinned Adjusto-Matic with Anchored Tailpiece
||Fender Standard Cast/Sealed
||3-Position Toggle switch; Two Volume, Two Tone
||7 lbs, 12 oz
||Not included. Gig bag or hard case available.