This is a Fernades Stratocaster that has a slanted Seymour Duncan JB SH-4 in the bridge, and a replaced neck with locking tuners (Was replaced in very early 90s). Owned by Billie Joe Armstrong.
In this Rig Rundown video of Billie Joe Armstrong’s guitars and gear, his tech Hans shows one of Billie Joe’s most famous guitars, the Fernandes Stratocaster copy named *Blue*. The guitar shows a lot of wear and is covered in stickers. Starting at the beginning of the video, 0:30 in: > “The guitar everyone likes to hear about most is *Blue*, Billie’s guitar he got many years ago for his birthday. And it’s the same guitar, he’s still playing it. There’s a [pic of him there on the back](http://images.equipboard.com/uploads/source/image/44114/blue7.jpg).” The interviewer asks if there are any modifications Billie Joe Armstrong has done to it, to which his tech replies: > “I replaced - it’s a [**Seymour Duncan SH-4**](https://equipboard.com/items/seymour-duncan-sh-4-jb-humbucker-pickup), which just sounds great, and… not really much. This is the biggest mod, having the pickup angled like that. It’s a completely different sound than having it just straight, like in a Les Paul. I’m still trying to figure it out in my mind, why it sounds that way, but it just does. [Eddie Van Halen](https://equipboard.com/pros/eddie-van-halen) - same thing, his guitar has the pickup angled. ” The tech then confirms that Billie Joe Armstrong uses this guitar to perform Green Day’s older material live, which is all Eb. He also confirms that guitar is strung with [Ernie Ball .010 - .046 strings](https://equipboard.com/items/ernie-ball-2221-slinky-electric-guitar-strings). Blue's official model is a Fernandez LE-1 - probably dating from 1987 or 1988. The official color is "Sonic Blue" - which is the same one Fender Japan used on their guitars as the guitar was manufactured by Fuji Gen Gakki (whom made Ibanez and the Fender Japan instruments). Note: the Fernandez LE-1 didn't begin production until 1993 so it's proably not that model. Plus, it's too late in Fernandes' history to have had a clone Fender headstock like it seems Blue does in all the early photos. Fernandes changed the headstock design in the mid-80s to avoid litigation that the other major Japanese guitar manufacturers had faced for manufacturing clones.  - https://www.guitar-list.com/fernandes/electric-guitars/fernandes-le-1more