Test, Recensione Chitarra Elettrica Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG

Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG


Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG

Le peculiarità della chitarra elettrica Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG :

Alder body
Bolt-on Maple neck
Maple fretboard
Deep « C » neck profile
Scale: 648 mm (25.5″)
Fretboard radius: 241 mm (9.5″)
Nut width: 42.8 mm (1.69″)
22 Narrow tall frets
3 V-Mod II single coil pickups
1 Master Volume control
5-Way switch
2nd Tone control with push/push function for activating the neck pickup at the 5-way selector switch positions 1 and 2
2-Point synchronised tremolo with bent steel saddles
Pop-in tremolo arm and cold-rolled steel block
Nickel hardware
Fender 250L NPS strings, .009″ – .042″ (Article Nr 133191)
Colour: Mystic Surf Green
Includes a case
Made in the USA

Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG

In catalogo dal  Ottobre 2020

Numero di articolo  500481

Unitá incluse  1 Pezzo

Colour  Green

Body  Alder


Neck  Maple

Fretboard  Maple

Frets  22

Scale  648 mm

Pickups  SSS

Tremolo  Vintage

incl. Bag  No

incl. Case  Yes


Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG




Su cosa basarsi per scegliere una chitarra elettrica (Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG)

Attraverso il suo peso relativamente piccolo, la chitarra elettrica è perfetta per tutti i chitarristi.

È pertinente per diversi generi musicali come:

  • il metallo
  • il rock
  • la funk
  • il jazz
  • il blues

Per scegliere quella giusta per te, diversi criteri devono essere presi in considerazione dal musicista. Saranno:

  • i manici
  • i materiale del corpo
  • i corpi delle chitarre
  • i numeri di corde
  • t ecniche di collegamento al corpo < li > il microfono  

    I metodi di collegamento al corpo della chitarra elettrica (Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG)

    The way the neck is assembled to the body of the guitar occupies a non-negligible relationship in the sound of the musical instrument. In fact, there are 3 fundamental techniques for joining the body that are:

    • a glued neck / set neck
    • a screwed neck or bolt-on neck
    • a conductor handle

        The glued handle The fixing is done using a mortise and tenon joint. Made known by Gibson, then PRS, it favors sustain and vibrato.

        The conductor handle or neck-thru This procedure is the most expensive. Yet the quality / price ratio is generally there. The handle goes through the electric guitar and is an integral part of the body. As a result, it offers perfect transmission of vibrations.

        The screwed handle Originally used by Fender, this technique offers instruments in kit which provides multiple parts that can be interchangeable. This fixing method brings a certain brilliance to the electric guitar.  

        The main woods used on electric guitars (Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG)

        The woods selected by many professional luthiers will change the sound of the guitar and its resonance.

        For the neck, the most common woods on the market are mahogany and maple. As for the fingerboard, we can usually find:

        • maple
        • ebony
        • rosewood

        The change in wood type can easily change the sound of the guitar. Here are presented to you two of the most commonly used woods:


        It gives a deep, round sound with strong sustain to the electric guitar.


        This dark wood, with admirable density and hardness, is used for making fingerboards for electric guitars, and it provides quite warm resonance.  

        Selecting the guitar neck (Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG)

        The length of a neck differs depending on the model. Even though the difference is not so important, an effect on string playing can be detected.

        The length of an electric guitar scale lengthThe scale length constitutes how long strings vibrate between bridge and nut.

        In fact, a reduced scale will appear more flexible to you.

        A short guitar scaleSince the strings are less tense and more flexible, playing is easier, as in the case of Les Paul guitars.

        A long neckIf the guitar neck is larger, like that of an Ibanez or a Stratocaster, their vibration intensifies and string tension increases.  

        The microphone model for a guitar (Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG)

        To acquire a guitar, it is advisable to be careful about microphones.

        Microphones are distinguished by their winding.

        You will be able to differentiate:

        • Guitars with single coil and double coil pickups.
        • Electric guitars with a double coil pickup, like Gibson, provide a higher output volume.
        • Electric guitars with a single coil pickup, like the Fender Telecaster, are more suitable for blues, rock or country music.  

          How many strings? (Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG)

          Often electric guitar strings are made of nickel or steel. They differ from nylon strings. Guitarists play them using picks to avoid finger pain.

          The seven-string electric guitarThe 7-string guitar is usually a model for metalheads. Moreover, there are several models of Jazz electric guitars with this number of strings.

          The strings on these models are similar to those on the six-string electric guitar. But they have another string which has a lower note.

          Six-string electric guitarThis 6-stringed guitar has three bass strings and three treble strings.

          The twelve-string electric guitarThe twelve-string electric guitar was often used by some Folk groups in the 60’s. It has the same tuning as a 6-string electric guitar, except that.  

          The bodies of electric guitars (Fender AM Pro II Strat MN MYST SFG)

          The type of resonant body has an impact on the sound of the guitar.

          The hollow body The guitar with a hollow body is particularly used for jazz music.

          This type of body offers perfect sounds for electro-acoustic guitars. It is suitable for amateur guitarists. It is more woody.

          Semi-hollowIt combines the effects of the first two bodies (full and hollow).
          It gives an ambiance similar to that of acoustic with a more distinct midrange and a fairly low frequency.

          The solid body The first full-body guitar, called Solid Body, was created in 1950.
          This model of guitar is especially chosen for rock music.