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Discussion in 'Fender' started by Samantha, May 13, 2008.
Yes! Well, almost... Everything but the neck is a 50's Road Worn. The neck is from Warmoth - Boatneck profile, quarter-sawn flamed Maple, vintage-style tuners, 22 SS 6105 frets, and vintage-tint gloss finish.
I absolutely LOVE this guitar!
Nice! Easy to find those bodies cheap?
Yes, got mine from The STRATosphere.
undead strat thread... must represent:
Wildwood 10 59 Brazilian
My latest guitar acquisition, an EJ Strat:
I bet that one screams!
Here's my three amigos. Left to right, Partscaster with SD JB humbucker in the bridge, original '77 Fender pup in the middle and a SD Hotrails in the neck. Push pull pots let me combine neck and bridge and split the bridge....very versatile Strat that plays and sounds great. Next is a '99 USA standard in trans white with rosewood board. I bought this about 6 months ago and when I tried it I had to have it....best factory Strat I've played in 40 years. Finally a '95 MIJ '62 re-issue with Foto-Flame finish. Had this one from new and it has a set of vintage '79 pick-ups in it. Not quite got the same mojo as the USA standard, but still a great Strat.
97 Strat Plus Deluxe in blue burst. Red silver blue fender lace sensors. Just picked up her sister last month. Couple of keepers.
50th Anniversary Deluxe. I love this guitar.
Thoughts about the SCN noiseless pickups? Personally I like them - no hum whatsoever and the strat tones I get through my tweed blues jr are perfect.
7Z9A2010 by Evan Johnson, on Flickr
My 2007 HSS with SD Pearly Gates in the bridge. Got it for $300 and its my favorite guitar Ive ever owned, even over $2k LPs Ive owned in the past. Go figure