All FSR models are made in limited quantities, making them extremely desirable. Who wouldn’t like to own one of only a handful ever made? If you spot one you absolutely must have, don’t wait to make the leap. There’s a good chance Fender won’t make the same model twice.
What makes FSR so special?
Sometimes FSR equates to a straightforward, yet glitzy paint job. Other times, it’s the full “pimp my ride” treatment; adding fancy extras like a Bigsby tremolo on a Tele, making use of third-party pickups or crafting guitars out of exotic woods. You’re in the right place if you want something different to the norm.
You’ll also be pleased to know that FSR isn’t restricted to just the big names like Strats or Teles — or even Fender for that matter. You’ve got FSR Precision and Jazz Basses, Jazzmasters, acoustics and even ukuleles. FSR amps are also a popular choice, especially considering the sheer amount of legendary combos Fender have released over the years, ready and waiting to get a nice spruce up. The Princeton, Bassbreaker, Blues Jr and Hotrod are prime candidates for year-specific specs and glamorous new tolex and grilles. Offshoot entry level brand Squier also have their own line of FSR for those on a smaller budget!
Our Favourite FSR Instruments
Andertons are lucky enough to take on a number of luxurious FSR guitars. We get to choose from a spectacular array of instruments; some with minor tweaks and others that genuinely blow us away with their new features. Keep tabs on our Fender FSR range for the latest releases. For now, here are some of our favourites.
At the top of Fender’s tree sits the American Ultra Series. The ultimate modern Fender guitars, Ultras boast the latest in hardware, electronics design and of course outstanding build quality. With the FSR models, you’ve got three new finishes to feast your eyes on. All come with anodised gold pickguards and luscious Ebony fingerboards. Absolute stunners.