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Fender Custom Shop 1960′s Closet Classic Rosewood Stratocaster - Wild West Guitars https://wildwestguitars.com/electric/fender-custom-shop-1960s-closet-classic-rosewood-stratocaster

Fender Custom Shop 1960′s Closet Classic Rosewood Stratocaster - Wild West Guitars https://wildwestguitars.com/electric/fender-custom-shop-1960s-closet-classic-rosewood-stratocaster

1960 Fender Stratocaster-Fender-Vintage Guitar Gallery of Long Island | Vintage Guitar Shop

1960 Fender Stratocaster-Fender-Vintage Guitar Gallery of Long Island | Vintage Guitar Shop

Fender 1960 Stratocaster White Lightning: My guitare! (no greenish paint on mine, though. Very vintage too. Though:)

Fender 1960 Stratocaster White Lightning: My guitare! (no greenish paint on mine, though. Very vintage too. Though:)

1960 Fender Stratocaster-Fender-Vintage Guitar Gallery of Long Island | Vintage Guitar Shop

1960 Fender Stratocaster-Fender-Vintage Guitar Gallery of Long Island | Vintage Guitar Shop

Amazing rare vintage guitar. This 1960 Fender Stratocaster with original olympic white finish is amongst the rarest and most sought after collectable vintage guitars ever.

Amazing rare vintage guitar. This 1960 Fender Stratocaster with original olympic white finish is amongst the rarest and most sought after collectable vintage guitars ever.

“Jimbo”  The 1951 Fender Broadcaster was a hand-me-down from Jimmie to Stevie in the late 1960’s. Presumably it was Jimmie who carved “Jimbo” on the back of the guitar. He also had a porcelain door knob on the guitar for a while. Stevie took it to shop class at school and sanded all the finish off. It is apparently this guitar that can be heard on the earliest known recording of Stevie, playing at the End of Cole Avenue club in Dallas in 1969. Stevie traded it for an Epiphone Riviera,

“Jimbo” The 1951 Fender Broadcaster was a hand-me-down from Jimmie to Stevie in the late 1960’s. Presumably it was Jimmie who carved “Jimbo” on the back of the guitar. He also had a porcelain door knob on the guitar for a while. Stevie took it to shop class at school and sanded all the finish off. It is apparently this guitar that can be heard on the earliest known recording of Stevie, playing at the End of Cole Avenue club in Dallas in 1969. Stevie traded it for an Epiphone Riviera,

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