Build your own Fender Stratocaster with this fun Cyber Monday Lego deal

Lego Stratocaster
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Do you know someone who dreams of building their own guitar but will never get around to it? If you're struggling to think of a Christmas present for them – or if you just like the idea of building one of the coolest guitars known to man – then we have one of Cyber Monday's most fun deals: the Lego Ideas Fender Stratocaster Kit, now 20% off at Amazon.

The detail is incredible, with six strings, tuning pegs that actually work, three faux single-coils and a whammy bar-equipped tremolo system. Not only that, but it comes with a Lego Princeton Reverb, with two inputs, tubes and even a reverb tank. It's a thing of beauty and a great collectible for any Strat player.

Lego Fender Stratocaster: $119.99, now $95.99

Lego Fender Stratocaster: $119.99, now $95.99
Looking for a fun guitar project that doesn’t involve soldering or dismantling your favourite guitar? Well, why not take a stab at the Lego Fender Stratocaster kit? This Lego set is super fun and incredibly accessible and with 20% off at Amazon, you really can’t go wrong.   

It's a fun gift, it's a cool collectible to have in your house, and the attention to detail is incredible, from the guitar strap to the knobs on the amp. And you get to choose between a red or black finish. Building it is a great way to unwind (second only to actually playing guitar, of course).

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Tom Poak

Tom Poak has written for the Hull Daily Mail, Esquire, The Big Issue, Total Guitar, Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and more. In a writing career that has spanned decades, he has interviewed Brian May, Brian Cant, and cadged a light off Brian Molko. He has stood on a glacier with Thunder, in a forest by a fjord with Ozzy and Slash, and on the roof of the Houses of Parliament with Thin Lizzy's Scott Gorham (until some nice men with guns came and told them to get down). He has drank with Shane MacGowan, mortally offended Lightning Seed Ian Broudie and been asked if he was homeless by Echo & The Bunnymen’s Ian McCulloch.

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