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Fender Squier 40th Anniversary Stratocaster Electric Guitar (2-Color Sunburst) Expired

$256.50
$389.99
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Musician's Friend has for Musician's Friends Members (free to join): Fender Squier 40th Anniversary Stratocaster Vintage Edition Electric Guitar (Satin Wide 2-Color Sunburst) on sale for $256.49 (discount appears in cart). Shipping is free.

Thanks community member csmatthis for sharing this deal

Note: Musician's Friends Members (free to join) earn 2,048 reward points ($20.48 in credit) for future orders. Must be signed in to see 10% discount applied in cart. Shows up as 'Promotion: Special In-Cart Discount'.

Features:
  • Retro-inspired electric celebrating 40 years of Strat style
  • Nato body with a satin urethane finish
  • Bolt-on maple neck with a C-shaped profile
  • Maple fingerboard with 21 narrow-tall frets and black dot inlays
  • Three Fender Designed alnico single-coil pickups
Warranty: Includes 2-Year Free Warranty

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Right now for Musician's Friend members (free membership signup), you can get Squier by Fender 40th Anniversary Stratocaster Vintage Edition Electric Guitar Satin Wide (2-Color Sunburst only) for just $256.49 + free shipping at Musician's Friend. You get an extra 10% off in the cart at checkout, which brings the current sale price of $284.99 down to $256.49. This matches a previous Frontpage deal.

https://www.musiciansfriend.com/g...3000003000
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Actually the opposite might be true. Fender had over a half million orders cancelled recently. Everyone bought guitars during lockdown and now everyone is back to work and not buying them anymore.

Might be seeing guitar prices plummet in the coming months.

https://guitar.com/news/gear-news...d-in-2022/
Mine arrived Saturday (shipped from Guitar Center), and I returned to store today. It was clearly an open box item, not brand new: no anti-smudge plastic on the pickguard, visible wear on the strings up near the nut where people finger open chords. And you know how Fenders and Squiers usually come in a box within a box? This one was in half a box inside a box. I felt taken. I called Musician's Friend yesterday, and the guy basically told me that's what I should expect. No, actually, I expect more. If it's brand new, I want to be the first one to play it. That's how it works.
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