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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by ne4tt, Apr 30, 2006.
I have always liked that color
2006 American Vintage '62 "Thin Skin" strat
Bought this on impulse last week and will never regret that decision even tho it made me broke lol. Im a huge John Frusciante fan so i had to have it. 1 of 180 made. Didnt think i would ever be able to find another one so I bit.
My Moto Red prototype from the Corona facility, without serial number but with birdseye neck and 50-ies reissue parts.
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That's interesting. When was this prototype developed, and how did you come to acquire it?
The prototype served to show to the marketing department, where they were developing a Factory Special Run (FSR) in 2000. Different colors were showed, amongst which two red versions, a sunburst, some green teal etc...In the end the red Moto versions were not used for the FSR, and eventually at least one of the prototypes were sold by the people in Scottsdale. It had two US owners, as far as I could trace it's history back, then a Swiss and a Belgian collector and then, poor old me, haha.
My MIM project Stratocaster. It was a gift from my wife for fathers day last year. Was originally a HSS special edition but hated the pickups. I recently swapped out pickups for CS 69's and quality electrical components (CTS/orange drop, etc.)and pickguard. It's an amazing guitar now! More upgrades to come, debating on a GFS steel block next
That looks amazing! I have a soft spot for birds eye maple.
My 2013 MIJ stratocaster. I swapped the original pickups for Fender Pure Vintage 56.
It's cool to have something like this that no one else has, especially when you know the story behind it.
That thing is GLORIOUS!
My new Am Standard.