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Rock Band 3's Fender Stratocaster Finally Dated And Priced

Posted on Wednesday, November 3 @ 10:08:51 Eastern by
The true Pro Guitar will be available the beginning of March 2011 and will cost a pretty penny... a lot of them.


The Squier by Fender Stratocaster Guitar, the world's first electric guitar compatible with Rock Band 3, will cost $279.99. Pre-orders begin on January 1st, 2011 and the guitar will arrive on March 1st, 2011.

As a full-size electric guitar, The Squier with "a wood body, 22-fret maple neck, steel strings, enclosed tuners, an adjustable bridge, and custom bridge pickup". The fingerboard has position-sensing technology to give you immediate feedback on where your fingers are in the game.

And of course, just to reiterate, you can plug the Squier into an amp and actually play the darn thing like a real instrument, or use it as a MIDI controller for your future rock band album. Hey, The Butt-Licked Chickens will make it one day.

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