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No, it´s not the signature model. It´s his old ´77 with either his old L-450´s or it could be L-45S (hopeless to tell by only Pictures).
True, but at the same time the owners had one major goal - to increase the volume and save cost. That resulted in different cases as:
I thought a 77 had the serial number on the front of the headstock?
Do as you like, but I would really have checked the posibility to get new replacement screws - and keep it original. This was one of few things...
To be honest.
Any guitar is worth exactly what a potential buyer is willing to pay for it - at the time it´s announced;). Nothing more, nothing less.
I don´t think that it´s an 70s AVRI at all. Is it a partscaster?
No strats from 2006 looked like that one. Here is some pics from the 2006...
This is not a question about one is sounding better than another.
It´s about sounding different or not.
If we use the V30 as an example, the UK...
At the factory the neck radius is grinded in a jig, so - no, only minor deviations for the same models.
^ Strange that the headstock logo on your´s deviates from mine?!?
Can´t tell that I ever have seen a 70s AVRI with the logo on Your guitar.
I´m not sure. Listed as Vintage Style Alnico 5.
Mine is a really early Production - oct 2005
Looks like this:
As you see - the BP in...
Approx 21mm at the 1st fret and approx 23mm at the 12th fret.
The shape and measures it the same on the MIM 70s Classics too.
Yes, absolutly agree. The ´62 is (New) from an older Fender Production, probably 80´s. The other one is a quite new Production - purchased New...
Here you also can se the huge difference between the two Fender Mint pick guards I have:
The one on the guitar is the one showed...
Noisy -as hell;). At least mine is