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Discussion in 'Fender' started by Logan Tyler, May 7, 2017.
god... dang... GORGEOUS. I know this is an LP forum, but Daphne Blue is my kryptonite
Thanks! Recently she received some upgrades too recently; an AVRI Trem and Kluson Vintage locking tuners
It's pretty cool. Tons of almost tele like twang. makes for a different/fun batch of tones to choose from.
Hmmmmmmm, that's something worth checking out in the future.
I luvs chasing the toanez!
2011 American Standard Maple board 3 Tone Burst. Fralin Blues Special neck/middle and SP43 bridge with the Fralin Blender Pot on the 2nd tone and master tone for all 3 pickups on the 1st tone. Very beefy on the bridge, no icepick. Sounds great with overdrive which is my main sound.
She's just a Squier, but I love her
These are my keepers.
94 Stratocaster Ultra - my local clist closet find. Bought from original owner, he bought it new and it stayed in its case most of the time. "everything" was still in the case. even the receipt.
Most amazing neck I've ever held.
Here is my Short scale Korina with MHD 86/87 A2 pickups,
Warmoth mahogany/rosewood 24.75" neck.
Body - MIM body with the wider string spacing. Installed Callaham Vintage Narrow trem.
Neck- MIM 12" radius Deluxe Player model, one piece maple neck
Texas Specials PUs
My 2010 American Standard in candy cola. I put CS '69s in the neck and middle, and a SD SSL-5 in the bridge. I was going for a Gilmourish tone, but I still sound absolutely nothing like him...
wow, that is something
the trying is half the fun I have my own setup for when I want to "sound like Gilmour", it's not what he uses, I'm sure no one would say I sound like him, but damn do I love it
My "go to" all time favorite Strat is a heavy ,beat n bumped wilkerson nutted ,noiseless pupped Strat...
This is the closest I have - '77 Ibanez Strat copy that's been hacked beyond recognition. Happily it sounds WAY better than it looks!
and these from a few years ago.....
Here's one of them
This is one I got over a year ago. They stopped making these.
White one is a Clapton signature. Sonic blue is a Clapton inspired build with a classic player body, warmoth Clapton profile neck, SCN noiseless pickups and Clapton electronics
'84-'87 E Series..(I'll know exactly when I can see the neck date)
My 70's Classics, an '02 and '03:
Go with the numbers in the neck pocket. Leo Fender had extra necks made as replacements. I have a 1968 and it must have had 10 necks.
the 2 most beat to hell guitars i own are strats. the one is the fender earlier in this thread, the other a charvel strat. both have heavy checking, worn necks, and have been played to the point where both need refrets.
this is the charvel strat
my LPs are the pretty ones