This is the path I have taken. Great playing and sounding strat. The finish also seems flat as well. So I wonder if its something funny with how the finish cured. It's a bit wild, but either way, one hell of a strat and the best I have personally played. Cheers!
I agree. My Gibson nitro is fantastic. Feels hard and looks great. I've just never seen one looks so wavy like mine. Very strange effect for sure. It's a great guitar, but has it quirks I am trying to get over.
Did you keep these strats or did you exchange them or return them? Just curious. It just seems like the "perfect" guitars are the exceptions. I can visualize what you are saying though. I don't think I've ever seen that before.
In terms if fret work, tone/sound, neck pocket, and overall setup - A+. Frets are immaculate and there are no high or low spots. The only things that bother me about the guitar are purely cosmetic. I haven't returned the guitar because of this. A good guitar is a good guitar regardless if some...
I agree. 👍
It seems to make the most sense that the imperfection is in the wood, not necessarily the finish. Nothing is bubbled up or anything like that. Just a B stock grade body you could say. 🙂
Thanks for taking a look and for your input!
This is exactly what I am talking about. If you look at the guitar at an angle in the light you will see ripples across the top of the guitar like this. I have owned many strats, but never seen anything like this. If you run your finger across it you will feel your finger go up and down the...