TOMOELL’s Legendary (Fender) Stratocaster is not just the winner of LEGO Ideas’ Music to our Ears contest. In fact, the review board at the LEGO Group love it so much that the toymaker decided to commission it. And commissioned it did.

LEGO 21329 Ideas Fender Stratocaster Set

Folks, meet the LEGO 21329 Ideas Fender Stratocaster Set. The set, which is based on Tomáš Letenay aka TOMOELL’s submission to the LEGO Ideas Music to Our Ears competition, is a scale but super detailed LEGO representation of one of the most iconic musical instruments of all time.

Packing in 1,074 pieces, the guitar features six strings, posable tuning pegs, and a tremolo arm for all the (imaginary) distortion. Also included with the set are a folding display stand, an accompanying foot pedal, and a guitar amplifier – a ’65 Princeton Reverb amp, to be precise.

LEGO 21329 Ideas Fender Stratocaster Set

The guitar, foot pedal, and amp are “hooked” up together with rubber cables. Completing the guitar is a LEGO-themed textile guitar strap, guitar picks in 4 colors, and a sticker with the Fender logo made from LEGO bricks for attaching to your real guitar or amp if you have those.

Did we mention you get a choice of black or red body color? Yup. It has that option available to you.

For the super geek, you’d be glad to know the amp has an opening back and top to show off the inner speaker code, wiring, and details like tubes, speaker, and mainboard. Man, the details in the amp are impossible!

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The LEGO 21329 Ideas Fender Stratocaster Set is designed for adult collectors age 18 and up, and it will sell for US$99.99 when it hits the shelves on October 01, 2021.

All images courtesy of LEGO Group.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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