Fender dream guitars of the '90s
Gen X folk are now at the age where they're going after the guitars of their dreams.
In the '90s, a lot of Gex X guitar players were teenagers, like I was back then. The Fender guitars below are the ones we saw in the guitar store in the glass case, or featured in a print magazine of the time. The thought was, "Someday I am going to get that guitar..."
Well, now you can. Yes, these are expensive guitars, but not super crazy expensive.
Gex X guys don't buy these for the collector value, but rather just because they want them. As teens in the '90s, all of these were unobtainable.
Are you of Generation X and looking for "that one good guitar"? Have you looked at the new stuff like the Ultra Strat, or the Am Pro II in Dark Night, Mercury or
Coffee Table Pine, but they really don't excite you? Then you need to go with a premium '90s guitar, because these are the ones you remember really wanting from back in the day.
Stevie Ray Vaughan Stratocaster 1992-1999 (get one)
Oh yeah, you remember this one. Gorgeous sunburst finish, gold bridge, gold output jack, gold tuners, the big "SRV" on the pick guard. Even the signature on the headstock was cool.
Sure, there were other Artist models, but this.. THIS is the only one you actually wanted. It made all the other Artist models look like toys in comparison.