Saturday 30 July 2022














This hand-painted replica captures the ‘60s vibe of the original Beatles guitar
Following up the release of the George Harrison Rosewood Telecaster earlier this year, Fender has just unveiled the similarly iconic George Harrison Rocky Stratocaster.

While the Fender Custom Shop has previously created replica models of the Beatles guitarist’s famous Strat, this Artist Signature version falls into a significantly more affordable price bracket.

When Harrison first acquired his 1961 Fender Stratocaster in ‘65, it was sporting a Sonic Blue custom colour finish.
Both he and John Lennon had matching Sonic Blue Strats at this point, and Harrison used his extensively on numerous Beatles recordings of the ‘60s.
Come ‘67, and with the Summer of Love in full swing, the guitar was given a distinctive psychedelic paintjob.













“During ’67, everybody started painting everything, and I decided to paint it,” Harrison once told an interviewer.
“I got some Day-Glo paint, which was quite a new invention in them days, and just sat up late one night and did it.”


The new Fender George Harrison Rocky Stratocaster features an alder body with a hand-painted replica finish that mimics the Beatle’s famous guitar in fine detail, from concentric Day-Glo patterns and pickguard motifs to the Grimwoods music shop decal on the headstock rear.

In keeping with the original instrument’s ‘60s heritage, the George Harrison Rocky Stratocaster has been fitted with vintage-style tuners and a 6-saddle Synchronized Tremolo with bent steel saddles.

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