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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by The Strat Dude, Sep 13, 2018.
Is there enough to go off of these pics?
Looks like an old Strat that's been rode hard and put away wet.
It looks like Fender has done a good job down in Mexico?
It's a guitar. It was last strung by someone who didn't know how to string a Strat.
Oh, and it appears as though it was played by someone who liked to stay close to the nut.
That is certainly possible, good eye if it is
That string job is funny
any body, anybody, Bueler.......
I remember the good old days when you didn't need to be a forensic luthier to buy a pre-cbs strat.
Looks like a guitar to me. Probably a fender.
Can I get an a-men to that
If those are the only pictures provided, I would be extremely suspicious.
Sherlock Holmes aint got nuthin on you
Based on very limited experience, I would say it's not American -- that doesn't appear to be a walnut plug for the truss rod, and the string tree is characteristic of an import.
I would guess that @jfgesquire has nailed it.
for what it's worth, i've never seen a pre cbs that used Philip's head screws...but then i don't know if this is being represented as a pre cbs guitar.
Good call, really no info but presented as an item in something like an estate sale.
From that photo angle the headstock looks off.
Can you inspect it in person prior to auction or sale?
I have no access I am posting this for another person.
Someone should slap whomever attempted to string that with a wet leather guitar strap. Preferably repeatedly
There's not much to go on in those pics. What's it being advertised as?