Get up to $230 OFF Fender Player Series Stratocasters
Don’t miss out on these incredible Guitar-A-Thon deals live at Guitar Center now
Guitar Center’s epic Guitar-A-Thon sale has begun!
Right now, there are masses of bargains to be had, including:
- $230 OFF this Fender Player Stratocaster HSS Plus Top in Blue Burst (opens in new tab)
- $200 OFF this Fender Player Stratocaster HSS in Candy Red Burst (opens in new tab)
- $170 OFF this Fender Player Stratocaster in Surf Pearl (opens in new tab)
We don't expect these limited-edition Fender Player Series Stratocasters to hang around for long, so why not head on over to Guitar Center now and take a browse?
There you can find additional finish options to choose from, including Shell Pink (opens in new tab), Green Burst (opens in new tab) and Sienna Sunburst (opens in new tab), as well as Telecasters (opens in new tab), Jazzmasters (opens in new tab), Jaguars (opens in new tab) and more.
Fender Player Series Stratocaster HSS Plus Top
Fender Strat HSS Plus Top: $230 OFF (opens in new tab)
Save $230 on this Fender Player Series Stratocaster HSS Plus Top in limited-edition Blue Burst with Guitar Center's incredible Guitar-A-Thon deal. Sporting a beautiful flamed maple top and an alder body, this souped-up Strat delivers tons of tone with an HSS pickup configuration while a 9.5" radius maple fretboard and two-point trem give it a smooth, comfortable playing feel.
Appearing in a limited-edition Blue Burst, this Player Series Stratocaster HSS Plus Top is now priced $679.99 – that's an incredible $230 off the regular ticket price of $909.99!
Along with the extra oomph of a humbucking bridge pickup this Strat boasts a gorgeous flamed maple top over a solid alder body.
A 22-fret maple fingerboard with a 9.5" radius for easy bending and a 2-point fulcrum tremolo bridge provide a modern feel.
Fender Player Series Stratocaster HSS in Candy Red Burst
Fender Strat HSS in Candy Red Burst: $200 OFF (opens in new tab)
Featuring a limited-edition Red Candy Burst this alder body Strat is fitted with a Pau Ferro fretboard atop a solid maple neck. Constructed in Fender's time-honored way, this classic solidbody design has been updated with some essential specs for the modern player including a bridge humbucker, 2-point fulcrum vibrato bridge, and 9.5" radius/22-fret fingerboard.
This Player Series Stratocaster provides the essential features of Fender's iconic guitar while adding some extra appointments for the modern player, including a fatter-sounding bridge humbucker and an updated 2-point fulcrum vibrato bridge.
If you're the sort of guitarist who wants more gain out of the bridge pickup then this limited-edition Candy Red Burst Strat was made for you.
A versatile guitar with killer looks, this all-rounder can switch from single-coil cut to chunky 'bucker tone in an instant.
Fender Player Series Stratocaster in Surf Pearl
Fender Strat in Ltd Ed Surf Pearl: $170 OFF (opens in new tab)
This Fender Player Series Stratocaster sports a super cool limited-edition Surf Pearl finish while a 'mint green' pickguard and maple fingerboard give it a distinctly old school vibe. This classic Fender design features three standard Stratocaster pickups augmented by a five-way selector switch, delivering a broad range of well-defined tonal options from strident cut to vibrant warmth.
This limited-edition Fender Stratocaster appears in headturning Surf Pearl gloss finish and features a retro 'mint green' pickguard as seen on Strats from 1959 to 1965.
A trio of single coil pickups provides traditional-sounding Stratocaster tones while a 5-way switch offers additional out-of-phase selections in positions 2 and 4.
As per the HSS Strats above, this model has been subtley modernized with a 2-point vibrato and 9.5" fretboard radius, allowing smooth playing action and choke-free bends.
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Rod Brakes is a music journalist with an expertise in guitars. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a writer covering artists, industry pros and gear includes contributions for leading publications and websites such as Guitarist, Total Guitar, Guitar World (opens in new tab), Guitar Player (opens in new tab) and MusicRadar (opens in new tab) in addition to specialist music books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.