If you're checking out this listing then you probably already know all about the Strat Pro. In many ways it is the ultimate evolution of Leo's original vision. The whole vibrato system was updated with the new 2-point trem, roller nut, and Sperzel tuners. The Lace Sensors are low noise but really capture what is great about single coil pickups. Plugged in you'll never mistake the sound for anything but a Strat. An extra fret was added as well for good measure. They're all huge improvement that just take what was already there in the original design but make it better for professional use.
Fender did these in some great custom colors but none of them is more rare than this Bahama Green. It's certainly head-turning and looks even better in-person and under stage lights.
Like all the great ones this guitar has certainly seen some action over the years. The original owner had several different pickups in and out over the years. We put in a brand-new set of Gold Lace pickups to return it as close to stock as we could. We wired up a brand-new harness too. If the 2-point trem has a weakness it would be all the pressure it puts on the 2 posts and sometimes the body can get a little crack on the front edge. This must have happened as it has previously been repaired. It's an amateur job but it solid and hidden by the pickguard.
Apart from that, this is one hard-to-put-down Fender. It plays like a dream and is super resonant so it's fun to play even unplugged. It's 7.9 lbs so it's right in the sweet spot for Strats. Comfy medium C neck shape that most players should be right at home on.
The serial numbers on these always cause confusion but at this time Fender was using up some 84/E4 decals on the 87/88 Pros.