Fender has officially launched the 30th Anniversary Screamadelica Stratocaster, which it first introduced over the summer.
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The instrument celebrates 30 years of Primal Scream’s groundbreaking Screamadelica album, released in September of 1991.
The guitar itself features an all-over graphic of Screamadelica’s album art, as well as a modern C-shaped maple neck with 9.5-inch radius pau ferro fingerboard and medium-jumbo frets. The graphic continues seamlessly over a set of matching knobs, and a matching pickguard. It will be available in highly limited quantities from November 2021.
Other features are standard fare for a Stratocaster, with three Vintage-Style ’60s Single-Coil Strat single coils, a five-way blade switch and a two-point synchronised vibrato.
You can hear the guitar being played by Produce Like A Pro’s Warren Huart in Fender’s official demo video below.
The instrument lists for $1049.99 / £1,199 / €1,349. Find out more at fender.com.