Fender 1964 Pre-CBS Stratocaster in Olympic White

Live draw 2nd May 2024 @ 6:00 PM
9999 tickets available
Maximum 199 tickets per person

£3.99Per Entry

This competition has now closed. Good luck everyone, we'll catch you in the live draw!


To celebrate the last day of our BIGGEST vintage Fender competition here is a BIG bonus!

If we reach at least 8,000 tickets sold we will add 10 runners-up prizes, all worth £100 each 😱

BONUS: REACH 8,000+ TICKETS SOLD = 10x £100 Cash or credit runners up drawn tonight at 6pm




What we have here may shock you! One of the most emulated, coveted and valuable guitars of all time. An original 1964 pre-CBS Fender Stratocaster in a custom colour, Olympic White!

We are guessing that if you’re reading this you already know how much of a big deal this guitar is; the legendary guitarists that have played them, the mystique that follows them and the pure magic that surrounds them. From the full and woody neck pickup to the bite and chime of the bridge pickup, this is a jaw-dropping-sounding vintage guitar. The neck is stamped 1963 and the neck shape from this year is often marvelled over by artists like John Mayer. The Silver Sky, Johns’s signature model is based on a 63/64 Strat neck. It is a joy to play and with the dark Brazilian rosewood fretboard, it complements beautifully with the Olympic White finish.

A rare opportunity to own a piece of music history, guitars of this provenance and quality do not come up very often!

  • Fender pre-CBS original 1964 Stratocaster in Olympic White
  • Pots have a 1964 stamp and the neck is stamped 1963
  • We bought this from legendary guitar dealer Richard Henry and before that, we can see it was sold by Richtone music for £26,999!
  • Alder body
  • Maple neck
  • Original Deluxe tuners
  • Brazilian Rosewood fretboard
  • Original Olympic White finish with a minor patch of overspray near the bridge where a small additional scratch plate was fitted and later removed and repaired professionally
  • Three original 1964 Fender single coil pickups
  • Three 1964 stamped vol, tone and tone pots
  • Original three-way switch
  • Original 1964 Selmer case (Selmer imported) Fenders in the 1960s were supplied with Selmer cases


Get any of the ticket numbers below and instantly win that prize! All tickets are still entered for the main prize draw.

This competition is open to UK residents aged 18 or over.

You may enter this competition up to 199 times.

You will be randomly allocated your ticket number(s) when ordering and you will receive an email confirmation.

The total amount of tickets for this competition is (9999).

If all tickets do not sell out, the draw will happen on May 2, 2024 regardless.

You must answer the competition question correctly to be entered into the live draw. Incorrect entries will not be notified or entered into the live draw.

The live draw will take place on the Guitar Gear Giveaway Facebook page and the Guitar Talk Youtube channel using Google’s random number generator to select the winning ticket number from all Entrants.

This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook, Apple or Google. By entering the competitions, Entrants agree that neither Facebook, Apple, nor Google have any liability and are not responsible for the administration or promotion of this competition.

What are bonus prizes?

Bonus prizes are additional prizes on top of the main prize in a competition. This could be Gear Points (Our own currency to spend on Guitar Gear Giveaway) or physical prizes. Numbers are randomly selected when creating the competition and if you get one of those random numbers you instantly win the prize related to it. Don’t worry these are supplementary to the main prize, you will still be in the main live draw.

What are Gear Points & what are they worth?

Gear Points are our own currency here on GGG! Each point is worth 1p and you can spend it right here on more competition entries.

How many times can I enter this competition?

You can enter this competition up to 199 times.

How do I get my number?

Once your order has been placed your ticket number(s) will be randomly allocated and will show on your order confirmation. They will also be emailed to you, and will be available in the my account area.

How is the winner chosen?

The draw is done live on Facebook using a random number generator to determine the winning ticket number. You’ll be contacted directly if you have won.

Can the draw date change?

If all the entries are sold sooner the draw will be brought forward. Keep updated on the confirmed draw date via our Facebook page and website.