When your professional career in Rock and Roll spans over forty years, you can imagine that one might accumulate a lot of guitars. When it comes to music legend Steve Miller, we mean a lot of guitars. From instruments that Steve had bought on the road, to those that were gifted from other Rock stars, to guitars that were made for charity or other special commemorations – Steve Miller and The Music Zoo are proud to present to you the Steve Miller Collection.
We’ve teamed up with Steve to “thin the herd” as we like to say, and give you the opportunity to own some very special guitars that have lots of vibe and history to them. Steve is a player as much as he is a collector, and you can be sure that these guitars are the cream of the crop when it comes to their playability. Some of these guitars have been touring guitars played by Steve, or made for him by specific builders to his specifications. Everyone one of these guitars includes a certificate of authenticity signed by Steve Miller, and attached is a picture of Steve playing that very guitar at his home studio before they arrived at The Music Zoo.
This is a Fender American Standard Stratocaster adorned with a "Joker" graphic as it appeared on the single cover of his 1973 hit "The Joker". The guitar features a black finish on an alder body with a comfortable "C" maple neck, three American Standard pickups, and a 2-point tremolo bridge.
Includes: Original Hardshell Case, Steve Miller Collection Certificate of Authenticity
- 7 lbs. 15 ozs.
- Olympic White Finish
- Alder Body
- Maple Neck and Rosewood Fingerboard
- 22 6105 Size Frets
- 9.5" Radius
- 25.5" Scale
- 1.6875" Nut Width
- Modern "C" Neck Profile
- ." Neck Profile at Nut
- ." Neck Profile at 12th Fret
- Fender American Strat Single Coil Pickups
- 5-Way Switch
- Two-Point Tremolo with Bent Steel Saddles
- Fender Tuners
- Chrome Hardware
Since 1994 The Music Zoo has been a trusted source for musicians around the world. We've located guitars for Slash, sold guitars for Steve Miller, held performances by major artists like Steve Vai, built thousands of customer relationships, and helped countless enthusiasts find just the right instrument. Today we look forward to finding your next guitar!