1 ThePolecats 5 months ago On Monday I had picked up a 2015 Fender Classic Player '60s Strat in Sonic Blue. It was listed as Surf Green but it's not, these came in Sonic Blue, not Surf Green but I can see why GC employees thought it may have been SG because it's much lighter than any Sonic Blue I have ever seen or had and it has a bit of a tint of green then add to it the fluorescent lighting in GC and you might think it's a Surf Green. These Classic Players are Custom Shop designed but made in Mexico. You probably heard that before, huh? What sets it a part from other Strats is that it's based on an early '60s Strat but with some changes. The bridge is a combination or hybrid of modern American Std Strat bridge with the two point attachment rather than six like vintage but it has vintage saddles. The fretboard radius is 12 inch and the pickups are Fender '69. Has rosewood board as you'd expect and vintage tuners. The pickguard is that aged green type of guard.