Some of the most classic LEGO sets are the ones where you get to build a timeless piece of modern design. That is the case with the new LEGO® Ideas Fender® Stratocaster™ 21329 Set. This set lets music fans and guitarists build a small replica of the classic 1970s model out of bricks, all with enough realistic detail to make it look playable.
Create an authentic guitar and amp to enhance a music collection.
The first part of this 1079-piece build is, of course, the guitar itself. The attractive bodywork is enhanced by the sticker of the Fender logo, just so other people won’t be able to mistake what it is. You then get the fun of adding the whammy bar, pickup switch, and tuning pegs that are essential for creating the iconic sound of a Fender guitar. That whammy bar is possible for a little extra interactive play. The full guitar is 14 inches long, so will stand out in the right home.
The buildable 65 Princeton Reverb amplifier is just as interesting a feature on this 1000 piece LEGO set. While it may look like set dressing in the photos, there is a lot of features inside and out where it looks like it should be a working model. There are removable panels so you can see inside to the motherboard, reverb tank, and other aspects of the speaker. Finally, you get all the necessary rubber cables and a footswitch to complete the setup. The set is made complete with the folding display stand and a series of little guitar picks in various colors. All it needs now is an appropriate LEGO-brick musical figure to play it – maybe in another set someday.
The finished instrument looks great with the classic design and shape that is unmistakable.
The LEGO® Ideas Fender® Stratocaster™ 21329 Set is another in a long line of great ideas from the LEGO Ideas series. The complete model, with the stand and the amp, will look great in any collection or perhaps sat on a stereo or record collection. It will certainly catch the eye of any visitor that comes by and see it. Enjoy taking your time with this fun set and appreciating the work that goes into these instruments.