Great for a "tear-down" per-se, but horrible first steps for anyone to use to get inside their Fender Strat.
To get inside, don't unscrew every screw from the surface as is described here. The faceplate of a Fender Strat (and many other guitars) holds all the electronics to itself, so you only need to undo the screws around the edges and then lift off the faceplate to get to everything inside. From here you can remove the components that matter and solder or re-wire as is necessary, and then replace the faceplate as a single unit.
The steps in this article will lead to far more work than is necessary if you plan on fixing or replacing aspects of the guitar.