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That's subjective (I'm not always on board with it to be honest) but fortunately he plays a lot of instrumental pieces !
Me too. I was surprised to discover it was considered a flop in his career.
Seriously the guy is a gentle soul, a great player, he has some great...
Does that weird pot stick out the other side ? Is this hand really huge or the neck is really tiny ?
Something tells me that all this innovative...
Exactly. Grey and white are original, the cap and the yellow are not. It should be a black wire going to the trem claw, not a yellow one.
FYI, the number of pieces is there in the old tokai catalogs (Ignore the red stuff). Obviously with a mistake for the one piece ST50 !
I used that bridge once. The grooves are there to prevent the saddles to go sideways like it can happen with vintage bridge.
The height screws...
Everytime it hurts my heart to read that...
And if the neck profile is not V, it's not a ST 80. Sooooo ST 60 !
I would say ST60, but as I said it doesn't change a lot between a ST50.
Yes they have vintage frets.
The electronics (except maybe the cap) and plastics look original (except maybe the volume knob and switch tip).
Stratman is not around anymore...
ST50 should have more likely U pickups (higher output) and ST60 E pickups (not better per se, it's a question...
Ooooh yes, we have big import duty costs around here too, unfortunately !
Great axe, man ! Congrats
When I went through MJT for a neck it was always with musikraft, not USACG. So I don't know what to think of that...
Walnut is heavy !
The most recognisable photo is the baby one !
The hardest part is to make round edges on the pickguard !
Nice build !
Oh you can ? My bad.
Swimming pool routings are cool. Not P90 cool, but cool anyway !
I won't participate because I don't like to put pictures of my children online.
Humm, I could try that on a guitar I can't shim easily and that needs a tad higher action...
I had this set and wasn't really impressed in the guitar I paired it with. Maybe it was just a missed opportunity.
On the other hand, the pole...
try a MIM one, the thread should be good.
The good side of buying pre made amps is that it leaves you more time to play !
Wiring amps is a real drug.