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great choices all around!
My road worn 50s neck has a soft V, vintage decals, light relicing and narrow tall frets which I love. Rounded fret board edges with a 7.25 radius.
Damn, I really hate that. Sellers these days don't always have the right etiquette. I have messaged people first many times, to just have the...
They aren't mine, but I was searching Sonic Blue Strats and that photo came up.. far left is faded sonic blue..
Is it just me or could the first pic be sonic blue? making the PG look even more yellow, if our eye is auto-correcting the white balance to light...
I agree with pickup height. The CS 69s are very low output pickups, and may benefit to your ear by raising them up a little more off of the pickguard.
Nice guitar, Dad!
You can occasionally find them for under $400, the deluxe models are in the price range you mentioned and seem to be very nice guitars. The less...
They do, I was mistaken, my other Strat uses springs.
I have the Stratosphere loaded guard setup in aged white, but I have a Fender mint green guard on the way for comparison.. will post photos later...
Yeah, 1987 is my birth year, other than that I didn't love the color, and didn't want to source electronics that weren't original.. And I wasn't...
By the time they responded to my email it was sold.
in the SF Bay area in California there is not a single used USA Strat for under $950. I missed a late 80s with sketchy looking non original...
Thanks for the heads up! Thanks for all the help everyone before I drove out of my way to see it.
re asking $500
Red USA E8 serial number with Kahler bridge and locking nut. Looks pretty and comes with OHSC.
the truss rod is in the heel of the neck, but I am purchasing a notched mint pick guard from a "62"
My CS69s are as low as they can go without rattling from spring slack, I keep the bridge just a bit higher, super warm/round. The neck position...