Perhaps the most visually enticing of the bunch though, was the 30th Anniversary Screamadelica Stratocaster, which now has been released.
A commemoration of the 30th anniversary of Primal Scream's Madchester/dance/psychedelic rock epic, Screamadelica, the guitar has a finish boasting the album's head-turning artwork, with a matching pickguard, pickup covers and knobs to boot.
The one-of-a-kind Strat is built with an alder body, and maple, modern C-shaped neck boasting a 9.5” radius pau ferro fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets.
Things are also fairly standard in the electronics department, with a trio of Vintage-Style '60s Single-Coil Strat pickups controlled by a master volume and pair of master tone knobs, and a five-position blade switch.
Elsewhere, there's a two-point synchronized tremolo, vintage-style tuners and, in a nice touch, a custom Screamadelica neck plate.
“Screamadelica is part of the fabric of modern rock," said Fender's Executive Vice President of Products, Justin Norvell, in a press release. "It is an honor to create this limited run of commemorative guitars which play just as impressive as they look.
"This model is packed full of great features – including Alnico V pickups for those crystal clear highs and warm lows – and I can’t wait to see what players around the world create with this guitar.”
The Fender Screamadelica 30th Anniversary Stratocaster comes with a deluxe gig bag included, and is available now – "in highly limited quantities," according to Fender – for $1,049.
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