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I do agree with guitarmaggedon : the tuners looks like the ones that were on my korean squier neck. If so, you have 8mm holes instead of common...
I have an affinity body on my partscaster, it's made of alder.
More or less 24 mm thick at the 12th fret.
So, hmmm, I would say chunky, but feels great in my hand :-)
this partscaster is now upgraded with fender tuners and fender (mim) pickups.
The body is definitely an affinity one, 40mm thick.
a few things :
The missing S/N : i have a squier II strat neck MIK (by samick). the serial number is right under the "stratocaster".......
Saw an affinity this afternoon.
I can now say that the body of my partscaster IS an affinty one
Mines are :
1 chinese stratocaster (brand : corail) any information on the brand are welcome
2 Jackson PS-2 year unknown
3 Jackson jj4...
hi, i own a rebuilt squier II stratocaster. the original body was probably a plywood one.
the MIK samick-neck is really fabulous !
you can read...
Sorry i don't really know where the body comes from, i know it's alder but that's all. i bought it from a guy on the french version of craig's...
Nope. i wont trade my guitars for anything. They are parts of me.
I won't trade the squier II because it is a good guitar BUT a cheap one. The trade will result in a cheap acoustic guitar. I'll keep the squier...
Hi. As far as i can see, this body has never been used : no holes for the neck and no holes for any bridge or tremolo. You'll have to buy a bridge...
here is the finished product !!!! plays nice, stays in tune, what a neck !
(sorry for the poor quality phone-taken picture :mad: )
Hi, first, thank you for your comment.
I know that those tuners are one of the worst piece of hardware ever built !
I'm not going to drill...
pre-assembly (after sanding the "default" shown above):