- May 19, 2008
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My '92 is a Standard, and has been mistaken for a Tele in recordings, many times.
I had Phat Cats in both positions, but put the 490R back in the bridge, and it's staying.Yeh I know what you're saying. Playing clean on a good tube amp, it has a warm tone but with that great top end 'snap' where any blues player would kill for
It as the orginal pots and humbuckers, and the thought of changing the buckers realy frightens me because im afraid to lose that unique tone
I've got a '93 Studio and it holds its own again my two historics...the main difference is weight but in terms of playability, it's right up there
okay, I'll play too. My '84 Studio, Ebony/Black, alder body, maple neck, rosewood fretboard, beat, yellowed and finish checked; $550 on CL
'93 Studio, Alpine White, mahogany body, mahogany neck w/ ebony
fretboard, maple cap; $650 on CL.
Both bought this year.
$826 USD for a beat up 91? I'd try to get it down to $600-$700 US if
it were me.
Is the 1991 Studio weight relevied or chambered? Is the neck maple or mahogany? Actually my wife bought it for my birthday... I got a great wife!!