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    1965 Fender Stratocaster Blonde Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial # L69338. Appears to be original blonde finish on a mid-60's body. Has filled screw holes from previous pickguard. Hole filled at tip of opposing horn from left handed player. Several holes in body from different claw screw placement. Original trem block. Saddle mounting screws are clean and may be replaced. Replaced claw. Neck is original with date of 2 MAR 65 B. Moderate fret wear. Frets have likely been dressed low. Pots date to 28th week of 1964 but solder joint at claw and on volume pot appear to be recently disturbed or re-done. Pickguard is likely not original to this guitar. Pickups are correct style gray bottoms but are lacking legible dates as usually seen. Has original no logo black case. Condition: Good. Price Guide Value $20,000

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    February, 2014
    15th Saturday
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