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Been using 9-46 since they came out. never switching
very little rosewood left on that neck. Bridge looks non-original, Not familiar with the painted headstock on these havent seen that
if there was a locking nut your point would be valid. String tension extends beyond the nut when bending. More tension equals higher pitch
shorter string lengths on the high strings means it doesnt take as much movement of a bend to reach a given pitch. This can be helpful with...
that's just pure laziness
I bought one of these in the 90's Fender shipped them with a 5-way in the case for the buyer to install if they wished. That's a nice score, put...
Satriani has small hands, i shook his hand once
if it's real it has to be the cleanest example in existence it looks brand new
looks like a mexican 70's reissue with an American Profession pickguard assembly. Price under $400 seems reasonable
olympic white has no yellow in it, it has a grayish hue when new. Eventually with age the yellow comes in. I have a '65 american reissue there is...
this one is comical. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&toolid=10001&campid=5338148356&icep_item=203167669224
the initial run had heavily flamed maple necks. All have always been quartersawn
the first batch of EJ strats had flamed necks. Fender realized their mistake and switched to plain maple soon thereafter
These do not exist anywhere so i did it myself. I tapped the arm and screwed on my own tip. Good luck trying to find one of these.
the original copper strat is a tank like 10lbs
they will not fit. EJ strat is vintage depth on the cavities. You could go with Dimarzio Area's the '61's are fabulous
truss rod plug indicates Mexican made. Tuners have been changed from vintage to american sealed.
Warmoth sells their "Standard" body which isnt accurate and they sell a "Vintage" body which should be accurate although i'm not sure what year...
wouldnt touch that. Sanded neck parts galore changed. The seller would be better off parting that out
are the fret tangs sticking out or the fret crowns? If tangs, i'd return it as that issue is hard to fix without messing with the neck finish and...
i can't speak to the stability of a solid rosewood neck long term that would concern me
a solid rosewood neck looks good on paper and looks killer but imo not as good as a maple neck wood. I've had a high end PRS and a Strat with...
non-original case is a red flag. It's rare a $3k+ custom shop guitar gets separated from its ohsc
astonishing. I would wipe that down and put it back the case, that's gonna appreciate significantly.
Because it's a 2002 it's likely not the FSR run i posted but an AVRI 50's model neck. (same part number). Still a steal at $200