Robbie Robertson: "Last Waltz" Stratocaster | Fender



Who would have thought that a guitar preserved in actual bronze would still be playable, let alone iconic? But that’s exactly what happened with Robbie Robertson’s 1954 Stratocaster, an instrument that gained worldwide notoriety when it was featured in the 1978 Martin Scorcese concert film "The Last Waltz".
Since the film's release almost 40 years ago, the guitar has achieved legendary status within the guitar community. Watch as the man himself explains the thought process behind the original design to Fender Master Builder Todd KrauseSUBSCRIBE NOW: http://bit.ly/FenderSubscribeSHOP NOW: bit.ly/ShopFender

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