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Where were you expecting to find a record of it?
And now that I think about it, I think that mine had the sticker like this one. It was chrome plated and had the black-finished brass fine tuners...
I traded that Floyd years and years ago, so I may be misremembering. But I still have Schaller strap locks that I bought in the 1980s, and they do...
I once had a Floyd that dated to no later than 1985, and I'm 99% sure it said "Made in W. Germany" on the bottom. I bet this one is newer than 1990.
It's northern ash, not swamp ash. I have one, mine's still silver (more or less). HNGD!
I tried them. It was a BIG difference, all weird and rubbery-feeling. I ended up taking them off after a day or two. (My usual set is 009-046.)...
I believe the original thinking was "more room for a larger logo that's visible on TV".
Fender CS guitars don’t come with a booklet case thingy. That’s Gibson.
Looks like a 77 Antigua to me. Very possible that it’s all or mostly original. Also possible that the original pickguard was damaged and someone...
Wow. For starters, the CS doesn't tend to strip tuner and string retainer screws.
But I’ll say this: The decal gets the fine print better than...
Not with him going on and on about how this isn’t one of the dime-a-dozen walnut ones (which sell around $3k...)
It’s an Allen key, I think. There’s some voodoo about installing fresh springs, too.
Looks legit from here. That bridge plate needs a good cleaning, though.
I've heard tell that the Freeflyte trems can be quite good if they're set up right. Nobody seems to know what "set up right" actually entails, though.