Future Collectibles: Mini LEGO 1970 Fender Stratocaster

When LEGO unveiled its new line-up targeting adults, one set stood out as a possible future collectible. And that set was the miniature replica of a legendary 1970s Fender Stratocaster guitar and 65 Princeton reverb amplifier.

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A Future Collectible?

Some things never go out of fashion, for instance, amazing rock music. And this LEGO mini 1970 Fender Stratocaster walks the line across three collector interests: Toys, Rock, & LEGO.

So why do we think this will be a future collectible?

  • We can predict that this LEGO set will have future editions, yet collectors will want v1 and this is it. So a pristine boxed version could be valuable to the right collectors in the future.
  • A big question is, how saturated will the market be? Sadly, a lot of people are probably going to pick this set up – but how many will be able to resist having what is a great-looking piece of LEGO on their shelves? Not many. And because of that, in 20-plus years, when the forty-somethings hit their sixties, this will undoubtedly have appeal. And if you can keep it boxed and in your family for 50-ish years, come 2070, it may have a lot more value.
  • Additionally, if you can get a collection of famous guitarists to sign box who played a 70s Fender Stratocaster, the value might just skyrocket.

For a $99 investment now, on top of 20-to-50 years of patience, this LEGO set could be worth far more than what you paid for it – just factoring in inflation.

Available on Amazon for $99.

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About The LEGO Set?

This particular LEGO set has 1074 individual policies and is available in a red or black design. It features six strings, a whammy bar, a cloth strap, and tuning pegs. The amplifier has a panel that can be removed to show electronics under its hood.

For those of you not familiar with this particular guitar, the Fender Stratocaster is a model of electric guitar that was designed back in the 1950s by Leo Fender. The guitar is more commonly referred to as the Strat.

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The guitar became popular back in the mid-1950s for its distinctive body shape. This shape is what we commonly think of when we talk about electric guitars. This LEGO set is a replica of a 1970s version of the Fender Stratocaster.

The guitar set itself measures about 14 inches long and 4 inches wide with a thickness of about 1 inch. Other things included with the guitar box are a sticker of the Fender Logo built with LEGO bricks that you can put on your guitar. There is also a foldable display stand for your LEGO guitar.

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Other LEGO Instruments?

LEGO already has a musical instrument collection set that has instruments like trumpet, flute, saxophone, guitar, double bass, cello, harp, and electric guitar. The musical instrument collection set also comes with a pair of maracas, a keyboard and piano, and a microphone. You can make your own LEGO band with this set.

This unique LEGO set for music lovers costs $99.99 and is rated for 18 and older users, so make sure it stays away from small children.