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it looks legit. not sure why the headstock has no logo. is there gloss finish on it, maybe it was sanded?
if they come off when loosening all the way then dont loosen them all the way..
the short answer "no". The long answer "nope"
i never liked it. i prefer dark Indian rosewood even over Brazilian.
i like the pickup swap, that's a rock machine that can do blues as well. Price seems high but i'm used to paying $700 US for american deluxe strats
Fender's business model is to continuously release new models. This is because the majority of buyers are repeat customers wanting the "new model"
there is a sweet spot for strats. It's 6.5 lb to 7.2 lb. All my strats fall into that range. I dont like heavy strats and too light are lacking tone.
locking needle nose pliers. if no go then carefully drill out the head, preferably use a drill press with a depth stop. once you can pull the...
Rosewood is better. It cost more to produce, sounds better and plays better. It's a step above maple. Eric Clapton and Eddie Van Halen were always...
i would put springs. If you ever examined those rubber hose pieces on a 10+ year old strat you'll know where i'm coning from
call the store and have them ship "THE ONE" you played. If you don't you'll always regret it
you only need enough scallop to clear the wood from your fingers. If you need a massive deep scallop you must have gorilla hands.
$1499 used, excellent condition
open the football jack, see if there is freshly cut wood under there
that's overkill. might as well use this.
I love the first Gen YJM strats with the small headstock and Rosewood boards. They didn't have gargantuan frets and deep scallops. They are $$$$...
it's a great guitar although it will leave you with a dilemma. Having one scalloped neck guitar while your other guitars are not can be difficult...
finally but now they're charging $2k+ for non-CS strats :eek:
they came in solid rosewood necks as well. i'd get one of those
i love the s1 i'd keep it. you can remove the top button with a sharp knife
gorgeous axe i'd buy it
i prefer Rosewood. offers more control. Maple can get slippery
very possible. Could have been configured by the customer and Custom Shop built it. I wouldn't have chose that combination but if it's a player...
listen to any Jeff Beck album in the past 20 years. Most of it is bridge single coil
really weird combination. Neck has vintage tuners and vintage finish/logo but with 22 frets and truss rod at headstock. I believe "parts" of the...