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Gold Anodized 11 hole Stratocaster Compatible Scratchplate

Gold Anodized 11 hole Stratocaster Compatible Scratchplate


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Elevate the aesthetic of your Stratocaster with the Northwest Guitars 11-hole SSS Stratocaster Compatible Scratchplate. This scratchplate seamlessly marries precision engineering with timeless anodised appeal, making it an ideal complement to both vintage and modern Stratocasters.


  • Expertly tailored to fit the contours and dimensions of the iconic Stratocaster profile.
  • Crafted from high-quality celluloid for durability and protection against scratches and daily wear.
  • Pre-drilled with 11 mounting holes for easy and secure installation.

Broad Compatibility:

This scratchplate is meticulously designed for broad compatibility, harmonizing effortlessly with a range of Stratocaster models, including Fender USA, Squier, Mexican, and Japanese editions. However, owing to the nuances that can exist among different models, we strongly advise cross-referencing with our detailed diagram prior to making a purchase, ensuring a perfect fit and compatibility.

Elevate Your Strat’s Look and Feel

Whether updating a vintage gem, protecting a recent acquisition, or simply wanting to refine your instrument's look, the Northwest Guitars 11-hole SSS Stratocaster Compatible Scratchplate stands as the definitive choice. Relish in the blend of superb craftsmanship, striking aesthetics, and enduring protection.

*Attention: Due to potential subtle variations in design and specifications among different models, it's crucial to consult our provided diagram to confirm compatibility before making your purchase.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Richard Swift
Nearly perfect apart from one issue

I wish there was a fragile sticker on the box as Royal Mail used it as a frisbee I think. Came slightly bent. Some of the holes weren’t aligned perfectly. This may be because of said bend ( but unlikely as it didn’t warp it) or maybe they were machined slightly off. All but 3 holes were perfect in my Mexican strat. It just means the screws are at an angle and not straight. Can’t tell unless you’re looking but just my experience