You don't need to be a luthier to build a genuine Fender Stratocaster with this epic Cyber Monday Lego deal

Lego Fender Strat Cyber Monday deal
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Struggling to think of the perfect Christmas gift for the guitarist in your life, or perhaps you are seeking a building project that doesn’t involve dismantling your beloved pedalboard? Well, we think we’ve just found the perfect solution. You can now build your own Strat and Princeton Reverb amp thanks to the 1,074-piece Lego kit – and better yet, it’s now at its lowest price on Amazon

Fender and Lego have gone all in on this meticulously crafted miniature axe – and it's sure to satisfy 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 like the real deal. 

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 favourite guitar? Well, why not take a stab at the Lego Fender Stratocaster kit? This Lego set is super fun and incredibly accessible and with 20% off at Amazon, you really can’t go wrong.   

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Daryl Robertson
Senior Deals Writer

Daryl is a Senior Deals Writer at Guitar World, where he creates and maintains our 200+ buyer's guides, finds the best deals on guitar products, and tests the latest gear. His reviews have been featured in prominent publications like Total Guitar, Future Music magazine, and MusicRadar.com.

During his career, he has been lucky enough to talk to many of his musical heroes, having interviewed Slash and members of Sum 41, Foo Fighters, Feeder, Thrice, and more. In a past life, Daryl worked in music retail. For a little under a decade, he advised everyone from absolute beginners to seasoned pros on the right gear for their needs. 

Daryl is also a fully qualified sound engineer, holding a first-class Bachelor's degree in Creative Sound Production from the University of Abertay.