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Discussion in 'Fender' started by PNB92, Jun 10, 2012.
(I need just one more to fill up the rack... )
Silverfox there are a lot of beautiful strats on this thread but yours is in another league ! B-E-A-Utiful !!!
ARRRGH! That's it. I'm getting a Strat.
I'll start with Clist...
Thank you rem22 !
Here are some more taken today
Silverfox; you like to torture people huh ? lol
it's one of the nicest strats I've seen. Maybe the nicest one. Even the neck seems to have this little nice grain.
Woah!!! Where did you get that body? It's gorgeous! Did you finish it yourself?
Here are the girls! (from left to right)
2013 '59 AVRI Sonic Blue (My newest baby, just got her this week)
1990 '57 AVRI Black (got her brand new in 1990, and she is still stock)
1986 MIJ original Blue Floral (a recent Craigslist purchase)
2012 MIM FSR Black Paisley HSS (I have the matching Black Paisley Tele, too)
That may be the coolest idea for a pick guard I have seen in a very long time. Did you make it or purchase it somewhere?
Cool looking guitar, too!
2011 American Special
This EJ strats haunts me ! One of the most beautiful I've ever seen.
2015 American "70,s" HARD TAIL Love this guitar!!
Torture ? Me? Ohh nope ! lol
Ughhh this thread is horrible.
Strat gas hit me hard this time!!! MUST NOT RESIST!!
I need a cheapo squier, a tone machine...
This thread has inspired me to spend more time with my strat. Great pics, keep 'em coming!
My one and only, but she is a really amazing guitar! I have no idea why this picture is so big lol!
A question for anyone who would care to chime in (my intent is not to hijack this most excellent thread)
I realized I rarely/never use the whammy bar on my Strat and am thinking about decking the floating bridge
Any appreciable difference in playability or tone?
A few opinions would be appreciated
Do it, I set all my strats like this. Decked. The thing is that I do not put a piece of wood between the block and the body, you cand do that too.
Any difference? Tons. On my strat, I noticed that a decked bridge means more sustain (on my guitar), and pretty much a more powerful tone. Sounds less , let's say, woblier and vibrating than before, which I love.
More sustain, better tuning stability
Downside? You dont have whammy bar
Choose wisely...I prefer having the bridges on my Strats float no matter if I use the whammy or not (usually not) but its set up just in cast for that rare song where I need to pull out the bar and go Ritchie Blackmore crazy