The Studioliner Guitar Inspired by Kodak Bantam Special Camera

In an effort to invent a one-of-a-kind Strat-shaped marvel called Studioliner, Fender’s custom shop master builder Yuriy Shishkov has been raiding the company’s jewellery box. The Studioliner guitar is inspired by a gorgeous 1936 Kodak Bantam Special camera and it was specially designed to celebrate Fender Custom Shop’s 30th anniversary. A shocking fact—it is valued at around $450,000! Wonder why? It’s because this special red, black and silver six string beauty boasts a thousand diamonds embedded on its body – 423 to the front, 462 around the back and 115 in the remaining areas to impress and seduce every single one of us. There’s also a bit of silver work, some rubies striking Guilloche Enamel inlays and custom made hardware, to complete this ravishing package.

This luxurious piece was not meant to show off your guitar skills or blues touch, although it’s packing exhibition wood has been treated to three rail pickups, custom electronics, as well as an attractive custom Deco bridge. This one-off Fender Studioliner is a thing of beauty!     - Source: Luxatic

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