Fender collaborates with FACE and MHAK for the Made in Japan Art Gallery Strat and Telecaster

The two limited-edition guitars bear some distinctive work by each artist.

Fender's Art Gallery Strat and Tele

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Fender has unveiled two new limited-edition ‘Art Gallery Collection’ guitars: a Telecaster, designed in collaboration with Japanese artist MHAK, and a Stratocaster designed with Japanese artist FACE.

The MHAK Art Gallery Telecaster.
The MHAK Art Gallery Telecaster

The MHAK Art Gallery Telecaster’s alder Body comes in a natural finish, with MHAK’s signature ornamentation around the body and across the 12th fret, the rest of the inlays being only on the side of the maple neck.

The guitar comes loaded with a Fender wide-range humbucker in the neck, and a standard Telecaster single-coil in the bridge.

The FACE Art Gallery Stratocaster
The FACE Art Gallery Stratocaster

The FACE Art Gallery Stratocaster comes in the artist’s signature pink for its finish, save for the front of the body – taken up by FACE’s illustration.

The rest of the guitar is standard fare, with a 9.5”-radius fretboard on a maple neck, as well as three vintage-voiced single coils.

The guitars both list for £1,050, with availability yet to be confirmed. Head over to fender.com for more information.

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