• Fender Strat Plus (1995)


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1989 to 1999

Introduced in 1989, the Fender Deluxe Strat Plus was similar to the Strat Plus, but had different pickups. The Deluxe Strat Plus usually came with Blue, Silver or Red Lace pickups whereas the Strat Plus had Gold Lace pickups. Also many Deluxe Strat Plus guitars came with ash tops and backs on an alder body. Some of these Deluxe Plus models came with the Fender American Standard two-point floating bridge while others came with the Fender American "Floyd Rose" Deluxe Locking bridge.

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Body back materialash body back
Body materialalder body
Body styleStratocaster style
Body top materialash body top


BridgeAmerican Standard tremolo, Floyd Rose locking tremolo
Hardware colorchrome hardware
TunersSchaller tuners


Fingerboard materialmaple fingerboard, rosewood fingerboard
Fingerboard position markersdot fingerboard position markers


Finish colorsblack finish, blue finish, gold finish, natural finish, red finish
Finish effectssunburst finish
Number of strings6 strings


Neck width1.69 inches wide at nut
Nutroller nut
Tuner layoutsix-in-a-row tuners


Pickup selector controls5-way selector switch
Tone controls2 tone controls
Volume controls1 volume control


Pickups brand and modelLace Sensor Blue pickup(s), Lace Sensor Red pickup(s), Lace Sensor Silver pickup(s)
Pickups configuration3 single coil pickups

Prices (2)

1990$800.00newJim CIn virgin mint condition... this guitar has never been played except once in store when I purchased it. No one has ever touched it except myself, not even store employees. Have all tags and case it came with 26 years ago.

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FENDER DELUXE STRAT PLUS (1989-1999) reviewed by Anonymous

Average: 5 (1 vote)
I purchased my Fender Strat plus deluxe @ a Sam Ash outlet in 1993. After becoming comfortable with the unique sound of the Lace PUs it became my favorite axe. The action was perfect right out of the case & setting for intonation later was never a problem. I've given the frets their share of abuse over the years & have yet to replace one.The clear harmonic tones produced with a set of new strings never fails to amaze me. The instrument is heavy which is noticeable during long gigs but it still gets compliments while on the road. Parts are readily available & mostly can be found on line. If you ever come across one of these beauties, plug it in, play & get ready to fall in love.

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