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Just twist the three ground wires together, tin them and then solder as one. :thumb:
You wouldn't so much wash that car as water it! :thumb:
"Hey man! I just sod my car for $1,500......."
"You did what???"
It definitely doesn't sound correct with a silent L.
I mean no-one says SOLD with a silent L do they? :confused:
Check out some of the many soldering tutorials on YouTube and then practice. :thumb:
The 4-spoke knobs were around in the late '80s through the '90s but I'm not sure when the transition from 3-spoke to 4-spoke knobs took place.
What else but Dakota Red?
Yes. And then I realised that it had to stop. It was hard but now I just enjoy what I have but the temptation is always there.
Or an Indian headdress...
You want to steer well clear of that one. :thumbd:
A real '56 Strat is going to look something like this:
He hasn't bought it yet....;)
Why FFS??? :thumbd:
For best results you need 2 to 3 winds on the wound strings, and between 4 and 6 winds on the plain strings. :thumb:
Oh yeah! :thumb:
Sorry, couldn't resist....
This might help....
Well there's a reason why they weren't that popular back in 1983 so if he is genuinely trying to sell it, he's not trying very hard!
And this is probably by far the best investment! :thumb:
And the answer is.........??
I have a Strat that is nearly half a century old and trust me when I say that I would make a substantial loss on it if I tried to sell it today....
Or it will forever remain a mystery! ;)
What makes you think I care??? :sneaky:
Incorrect. Sensibility would be the object along the with the old saying, "A fool and his money are soon parted".
Do you not think that 'they'...
Even if money were no object, I wouldn't spend that amount of ca$h on a cheap guitar amp.
Unfortunately, it's not worth the time, or the money spent to have it refinished.