• Roadhouse Stratocaster®
  • Lone Star Stratocaster®
  • Jazz Bass®
  • Honey Blonde Stratocaster®
Fender Tradition—and Then Some
Deluxe power, performance and features

The Deluxe series dates back to the 1997 introduction of the Nashville Tele guitar, which set the tone for this durable family. These instruments offer traditional look and feel with powerful pickup variations and other specialized features. Today’s Deluxe series includes Fender’s hottest-sounding Stratocaster and Telecaster models, several of its most powerful active basses, and the enormously successful original Jaguar Bass.

Deluxe Electronics
Deluxe series instruments feature a number of deluxe electronic configurations, from guitars with distinctive switching and control options to powerful and tonally versatile active basses.
Upgraded Style
Deluxe series guitars and basses feature upgraded touches such as gold hardware, tortoiseshell pickguards and more.
Modern Neck, Fingerboard and Frets
Deluxe series instruments have comfortable "Modern C"-shaped neck profiles, with several fingerboard radius options and medium jumbo frets.

Hot Wiring

New Supercharged Deluxe Series Stratocaster® Guitars

Deluxe Roadhouse Stratocaster

With its classic body contour, timeless Fender styling and more, the Deluxe Roadhouse Stratocaster features upgraded electronics for scorching Texas tone, including three high-output Texas Special™ pickups. A special V6 rotary switch delivers six distinctive tone settings and can be bypassed by the guitar's built-in S-1 switch, giving this guitar some serious horsepower.

Introducing the
V6 Switch

Disguised as the middle tone control knob, the Deluxe Roadhouse Stratocaster's new V6 rotary switch gives you six distinct onboard preamp tone settings, from wiry single-coil to searing lead.

Deluxe Lone Star Stratocaster

The updated Deluxe Lone Star Stratocaster delivers versatile hot-rodded Texas tone, with a powerful combination of hot-sounding Texas Special neck and middle pickups, a full-throated Fender Twin Head humbucking bridge pickup, and an S-1 switch built into the volume knob to select the outer coil of the bridge pickup for single-coil tone.

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