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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by SlopeSoarer, Dec 4, 2017.
The only place I like to see Sherwood Green is on a 1966 Lotus Cortina.
Haha.... very nice!
The one I'm considering has the painted headstock and maple fretboard, I do much prefer the unpainted, rosewood versions. I've decided to give it a miss, I was always taught if in doubt don't and I'm not in a massive rush: )
Thanks for the comments and photos it made for good reading: )
I too was taught "if in doubt, do nowt" along with "measure twice, cut once" and "marry in haste, repent at leisure", all of which I have found to be true over the years. It makes no sense to rush into anything.
I noticed you've got a white guard on yours. I've been going back and forth as to whether to put a tort or white guard on it, but I think tort looks better with other colors - for SWG, I like white myself...
There isn't even a question... FR is always the right answer
Likewise, the Squier CV Strat in "Burgundy Mist" isn't Burgundy Mist. It looks good, to me, but it's a different, brighter shade of metallic purple.
I'm glad to know that you're not one of our local firefighters......
I always wanted to be a fireman. I think I'd be good at it.
Sherwood Green is lush
I like green stuff