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Despite subsequent Stratocaster models (including copies) vintage Fender ….. Tom DeLonge: (discontinued in 2003) Single humbucking Strat with pearloid …

Fender Stratocaster Tom Delonge Strat Hardtail Bridge

Bridge, Synchronized tremolo (some models came with a hardtail bridge or a Floyd Rose  “Stratocaster” and “Strat” are trademark terms belonging to Fender….. Tom DeLonge: (discontinued in 2003) Single humbucking Strat with pearloid 

The Fender Tom DeLonge Stratocaster is a regular Stratocaster body with one American 2-Point tremolo system which was later replaced by a hardtail bridge.

Tom Delonge Fender Stratocaster Black

 

Here is a 2001 Fender Tom Delonge signature stratocaster, made in Mexico. It features a maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, single volume knob, large 70’s style headstock, Seymour Duncan SH-8 Invader humbucker pickup, and hardtail bridge. This guitar is a total player, it has plenty of scratches and small dings all over the body. Everything is cosmetic and will not effect the sound or playability of the instrument. Include with the guitar is a Fender gigbag.

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Tom Delonge Signature Fender. Toms custom shop Fender strats have a single Seymour Duncan Invader pickup, Sperzel Locking Tuners, large 70’s headstock, 

Man, I wish the Fender Custom Shop makes another run of the Tom DeLonge Stratocaster. blink-182 fans are scouring over  Buy. Remove normal scratchplate, replace with pointless single humbucker and volume control.

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I bought an interesting guitar today. Not exactly vintage, but a bit of an odd duck.

Fender made a small run of Strats based on one built for Tom Delonge. They were unusual (for a Strat) having a single humbucking pickup at the bridge, and a single volume control.

Today, I came across a Squier clone of the Tom Delonge strat. It was purchased new 7 1/2 – 8 years ago and used as a student guitar since purchase. The owner has moved up to a “real” Stratocaster, and so put his student guitar up for sale. I picked it up for a very decent price (read “low”), and was pleasantly surprised. It’s been properly set up by the kid’s teacher, also a luthier. The dual humbucking pickups are excellent. It’s well put together, and plays nicely (at least to someone of my limited experience).

What seemed kind of strange was that since Fender turned out only eight hundred-odd “Tom DeLonge” Strats, Squier had produced a copy.