In the early days of vintage Fender mania the buzz phrase was "two-tone sunburst Strat" but it recent years "slab board" Strats have become even more desirable because of the preference for the feel of the rosewood fingerboard. Here's a version from 1962 that checks all the boxes. Neck is dated May '62, with original pickups and pot codes dated '62 as well (see photos, also note the very consistent 5.7/5.8k pickup outputs). Light overspray where player's arm goes over the edge of the top. Long list of original parts including tuners, bridge and trem bar, pickguard, plus original tan case with gold lining. Despite the buckle-wear to the back, whoever played this Strat had a very light left hand and kept their nails short, as the original frets don't show much wear and the Brazilian rosewood slab fingerboard shows very light finger wear as well. Nice weight, a very playable and great-sounding Strat.