For Sale: Fender Tom Delonge Foam Green Electric Guitar SQUIER W/ Gig Bag Blink 182. Used guitar. Plays fantastic! All original. Cosmetically very good with some normal signs of play wear. This includes small dings in the paint. This is on the face near the input jack and on the bottom edge where it appears the guitar was set on the ground, as there are small sections of missing paint and various scratches. This guitar is straight, all electronics work as they should and there is virtually no fret wear. There is a lot of light buckle wear on the back of the guitar.
As if I didn’t have enough projects going on I’m starting another one. This one will be based on the Inca Silver strat that Tom played and will be as close to it as possible minus the number of screws in the pickguard. I have the body and the pickguard so far. The body is a Robert cray signature strat body and the Tom Delonge strat has a trem but I’ve always wanted a hardtail strat. What I’m trying to figure out is by looking at the wiring diagram on the fender site it looks like it has a treble bleed circuit. The Robert Cray body is routed for three single coils but that will change.
A must have for any Blink 182 fan!
This is a great axe to add to your collection or to replace that junky sounding one you have now!
This particular guitar is in the color Surf Green, its got more of a bluish tint to it but Fender titles it in Green.
This is the rarest color of the Tom Delonge Strats and it is sure to be a hit with you!
Discover YOUR potential in music with this rare quality guitar from a name you can trust!
Complete with all original hardware and a very nice paded gig bag!
Im not sure of the exact year, but this is one of the eariler onse made, its a late 90’s early 2000, It’s older than 2001 for sure.
Serial Number is #MZ1155220
There are a few minor scratches on the under side of the guitar and a small mark on the top of the head stock,
you can’t see them in the pictures, the scratches are so minor that they wont even show up unless
you hold the guitar to the light.
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Fender Signature Tom delonge Stratocaster. This guitar hasn’t been in production since 2003 so it’s pretty hard to find. Just recently had it set up so it plays great but it’s a Fender so it’d play great either way. The single Seymour Duncan Invader pick up gives it some real mean overdrive and makes this …
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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.
The Fender Stratocaster is an electric guitar. Designed by Leo Fender, George Fullerton, and Freddie Tavares in 1954, it has been manufactured continuously by the Fender Musical Instruments Corporation to the present. It is a double-cutaway guitar, with an extended top horn for balance. Along with the Gibson Les Paul, it is one of the most popularly copied electric guitar shapes. “Stratocaster” and “Strat” are trademark terms belonging to Fender.
Originally the Stratocaster was offered in a 2-color sunburst finish on a solid, deeply contoured ash body, a 21-fret one-piece maple neck with black dot inlays and Kluson tuning heads. In 1956 Fender began issuing solid Stratocasters with alder bodies. In 1960 the available custom colors were standardized, many of which were automobile lacquer colors from DuPont available at an additional 5% cost. The unique single-ply, 8-screw hole white pickguard allowed all electronic components—except the recessed jack plate—to be attached to it for easy assembly. Despite subsequent Stratocaster models (including copies) vintage Fender models are highly valued by collectors for their investment potential and players who prefer the timbre of older models.
Stratocasters have been used in many genres, including country (the genre Leo Fender intended for), rock, pop, soul, rhythm and blues, blues, and jazz.