Question by  sgtrudy (2)

What is the value of a Fender start that is Maroon, has a solid body and three pickups?


Answer by  guitarrat18 (47)

Fist of all, the color isn't too important. You will want to determine if your guitar is a Stratocaster or Telecaster model. Then you will want to make sure all three of your pickups work properly. Assuming the guitar is in good working condition, you should be able to get $500 for it.


Answer by  samhin925 (52)

That is a very hard question to answer. There are many factors to consider. What year was it made? What condition is in? What kind of hardware and pickups does it have? Without having more finite details and possibly seeing the instrument, it's virtually impossible to say.


Answer by  Scootron (112)

Fender Strats are generally very desirable guitars. The value of a given Fender Strat is most dependent upon the condition of the instrument, not the color or number of pickups.


Answer by  jjewell (17)

The Fender Stratocaster, or "Strat," for short, is an American solid-bodied electric guitar with a distinctive offset double-cutaway body that has been in continuous production since 1954. Strat values depend on three factors: model, condition, and age. Older guitars in better condition with more options (custom color, special pick-ups) are much more valuable than recent, worn, baseline instruments.


Answer by  dotfret (282)

Depends how old it is and where made. Made in USA is worth more than made in Mexico, Japan or Brazil. Check Fender website to get age from serial number.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

It depend on the condition of the guitar. You can take it to a music store to find out if it is worth anything.

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