A Fender Custom Shop Tribute Series Stevie Ray Vaughan 'Lenny' Stratocaster Replica,  2007,  Serial No. MK482,
Lot 118
A 2007 Fender Stratocaster 'Lenny Replica' Model, Serial No. MK482,
Sold for US$ 10,370 inc. premium
Lot Details
A 2007 Fender Stratocaster 'Lenny Replica' Model,
Serial No. MK482,
the back of the headstock with Fender Custom Shop transfer, and serial no. MK482, in brown finish, maple neck with skunk–stripe routing, twenty-one fret fingerboard with dot inlays, three pickups, three rotary controls, selector switch, tremolo/bridge tailblock and white pickguard, and a black Fender rectangular hardshell case, with metallic letter stickers either side STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN and HURRICANE


  • This guitar is one of the replicas of Stevie Ray Vaughan's Stratocaster nicknamed 'Lenny'. This particular guitar was built by Mark Kendrick of Fender Custom Shop. The original guitar was donated by Jimmie Vaughan to the second Eric Clapton Crossroads auction at Christie's, New York, 24 June 2004 and was purchased by The Guitar Centre for $623,500. Fender in collaboration with The Guitar Centre produced limited edition replicas retailing at $17,000 each, in December 2007. The replicas reproduced Lenny's fine details including the 1965 Fender Stratocaster alder body refinished to brown and a bowlback mandolin pickguard inlaid as a whole below the bridge, the reflective SRV sticker, the customized neck (the original was a Charvel neck, a gift from ZZ Top's Billy F. Gibbons) with the battered headstock, the autograph that Stevie personally etched into the neck plate, and an autograph inscription on the back of the body by Houston Astros baseball player, Mickey Mantle.

    This guitar has been generously donated to the auction by Fender Musical Instrument Corps.
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