The Boeing 747 Fender® Stratocaster®

Boeing-inspired design meets the world's most iconic electric guitar.

747 Jetliner Details

A one-of-a-kind pickguard, hand-selected from the interior of a Boeing 747 jet airliner, showcasing a weathered green zinc chromatic finish.

Close-up shot of the white version's 25.5 inch-scale, quartersawn, flame maple neck and rosewood fretboard with a 56-60’s Strat headstock decal and vintage-style tuners.

Classic Stratocaster® Aesthetic

Signature double-cutaway Strat body shape, 60's Style Oval “C” neck, and vintage headstock decal.

Close-up shot of the white version, featuring a pickguard with green zinc chromatic finish, Fat Strat 50's pickups, volume and tone nobs and pickup switch, tremelo bridge, and black Boeing Heritage Totem logo laser-engraved below the bridge.

Fender® Custom Shop Craftsmanship

Meticulously designed, machined, and assembled by Fender's best technicians, delivering period-correct sound.

Iconic Moments

The moments in Boeing history that inspired it all.

The Prototype

Boeing 707 Origins

An old photograph of Boeing engineers with the 367-80 “Dash 80” prototype, circa 1954.
A mid-air shot of the 707 prototype as Test Pilot Alvin

A Flyover to Remember

The Iconic Barrel Roll

A Commercial Success

Revolutionizing Air Travel

The first American Airlines Boeing 707 and passengers pose for a publicity photo at Renton, 1958.
An old photograph of the first 747 takeoff, 1969.

Another 'First'

The Boeing 747 "Jumbo Jet"

A Unique Build

From 747 to Stratocaster®

A Boeing 747-400 fuselage in factory assembly, exposing the unique inner green zinc fuselage skin.
A studio shot of the white Boeing 747 Fender Stratocaster leaning up against a Fender amp and guitar case.

A Work of Art

The Boeing 747 Fender® Stratocaster®