You don't need to be a luthier to build a genuine Fender Stratocaster with this epic 20% off Prime Day Lego deal

Man completes the build on his red Lego Fender Stratocaster
(Image credit: Lego)

This year's Prime Day guitar deals are here – with plenty up for grabs for the GAS-suffering player – but if you're all set for guitars, amps and effects, or you're just looking for something a little closer to your budget, this Prime Day deal is super tempting. Now you can build your own Strat and Princeton Reverb amp thanks to the 1,074-piece Lego kit, which is 20% cheaper at Amazon right now. That's a drop from $119.99 to $95.99, a price we've not seen since last Black Friday.

We think Fender and Lego have gone all in on this meticulously crafted miniature axe – and it's sure to satisfy the nerdery/pedantry of any guitar fanatic. Featuring true-to-reality appointments such as six strings and functional tuning pegs, a trio of faux single-coils and whammy bar-equipped tremolo system, this blocky Strat really does look the business. You also have the option of red or black body colors, so you can build whichever iconic Strat you fancy.

Lego Fender Stratocaster: $119.99, now $95.99

Lego Fender Stratocaster: $119.99, now $95.99
Looking for a fun guitar project that doesn’t involve soldering or dismantling your favorite axe? Why not take a stab at the Lego Fender Stratocaster guitar and amp kit? It's super fun and incredibly accessible, and with 20% off at Amazon for Prime Day, it's back to its cheapest-ever price.

Price check: $119.99

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Chris Barnes

I'm Guitar World's eCommerce Editor. In addition to testing the latest music gear, it's my job to manage the 200+ buyer's guides on the site and help guitarists find the right gear and the best prices for them. I've been a guitar player for 30 years and a drummer for almost 20. I've worked in the music gear industry for 20 years, including 7 years as Editor of the UK's best-selling drum magazine Rhythm, and 5 years as a freelance music writer, during which time I worked with the world's biggest instrument brands including Boss, Laney and Roland.