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Discussion in 'Pre-CBS Strats (before 1966)' started by JimiisGod, Dec 3, 2017.
But the answer is "NO":
Also, "NO" to this:
It looks like the seller has zero experience selling musical instruments... at least on ebay.
3 pat numbers?
I can't believe people are actually bidding on this!
There are many people who don't know much about guitars. Just like I know nothing about fishing rods or pool cues.
It says it was customized by Seymour Duncan, and used by a musician in Nashville. It must be a good deal.
Obviously not what the seller says it is but I like it. For about $250.
They are interchangeable, right?
I love how the stickers on the back are conveniently placed on either side of the route to hide the hole pattern for the backplate, and —like a hack magician's slight of hand— they are there to distract potential buyers from the Squier-grade block and the lack of a date under the springs:
The only thing that is sixties is the case, but even that one isn’t pre-cbs.
Nothing of interest so I’ll get back to fishing and playing pool
I particularly love that this was a working Nashville musicians guitar and has all these vintage looking travel stickers on the body. And every single one of them looks brand new with no wear. And first time I has seen a 'fiesta red' in CAR.
I like how it's a "vintage '60s fender stratocaster", but it's not vintage, not '60s, not a Fender, and not a Stratocaster.
As per the other "legit" strat in the next post, the Klusons on this are aged repros...
Many questions, yep....
I once heard William Blake's epic "Jerusalem" described as a series of questions, the the answer to all of which is "no."
This guitar too.
Then boy have I got the pool cue for you!
This was really cool to see. Took a pic of mine for a reference too.
Ha! Those are fake frets!
He's took it down yesterday.
And I wanted to bid on it too dammit!....... yeah right
Yeah but you have to look really close to tell.