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  1. coltpeacemaker

    coltpeacemaker Strat-Talk Member

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    LOL nice one!
     
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  2. velvet_man

    velvet_man Strat-O-Master

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    Crazy, when I saw it the first thing I thought is that it looked just like an all original '63 strat a shop here had for sale a few months ago. It was pretty near identical to yours, wear and all. I went in a drooled over it a few times, but then someone else snapped it up and it was gone. Wasn't you was it?
     
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  3. 3bolt79

    3bolt79 Senior Stratmaster

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    Wow Ryan, that’s a nice looking family. I too have a Brady bunch of sorts in that I too have 6 guitars.
     
  4. Rogier P

    Rogier P Strat-Talk Member

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    No it wasn’t me. I’ll post some more pics of the ‘63
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  5. sadmoodyfrazier

    sadmoodyfrazier Strat-O-Master

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    Here is mine:

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  6. SpeedKing

    SpeedKing Strat-Talker

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    In that case you win!



    Oh, by the way what's the 1st strat? The black one with rosewood that looks like a '68-'71 but apparently has a skunk stripe based on what's seeming walnut at the headstock and the odd 12th fret dot spacing. The guard has a really odd screw pattern as well.

    Is it just an oddity or did rosewood necks also briefly have skunks along with the one piece maple before the three bolt necks were introduced?
     
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  7. 3bolt79

    3bolt79 Senior Stratmaster

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    You’ve got more guitars than the Duggar’s got kids!
     
  8. gofmusic

    gofmusic Senior Stratmaster

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    damn thats a nice one
     
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  9. arcticstrat

    arcticstrat Senior Stratmaster

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    Wow, very nice collection! :)

    [EDIT].... Ooops :D
     
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  10. arcticstrat

    arcticstrat Senior Stratmaster

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    That's okay... "Live Long and Prosper" :D
     
  11. arcticstrat

    arcticstrat Senior Stratmaster

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    Wow, very nice collection! :)

    Btw, what year is the D28?
     
  12. Mr Dunlop

    Mr Dunlop Senior Stratmaster

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    Some really Nice guitars!!!!
     
  13. clydethecat

    clydethecat Strat-Talker

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    The Telecaster is vintage, the others aren't.
     
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  14. sadmoodyfrazier

    sadmoodyfrazier Strat-O-Master

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    It's not a Martin. It's a Sigma. I usually don't buy american guitars. I have some and they are the only ones which actually disappoint me.
     
  15. sadmoodyfrazier

    sadmoodyfrazier Strat-O-Master

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    The first Strat is a 1999 Squier Affinity. It was my first guitar and I've learned on it how to paint, to relic, to mod, to solder... Actually it's a great guitar and everyone who played it felt in love with her. Many times they've offered to me money to buy her but I'm not going to sell. I've born with her and I'll die with her even if I don't play her so much. The pickguard was changed back in the days. It was white. Years made their work on it.
     
  16. garyhoos1

    garyhoos1 Huffing n Puffing. Strat-Talk Supporter

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    Awesome ...:)

    What's the black strat late 60s.?

    Oops just seen you have answered that one cool.:thumb:
     
  17. sadmoodyfrazier

    sadmoodyfrazier Strat-O-Master

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    Read my last post from about 2 minutes ago. :)
     
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  18. Rogier P

    Rogier P Strat-Talk Member

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  19. clydethecat

    clydethecat Strat-Talker

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    Partscaster. It's an MJT body in "Mary Kaye" white over swamp ash, Fender Classic 50s Lacquer neck, Custom Shop 54 pickups and the Callaham hardware kit.

    (Telecaster is a 1966)
     
  20. Rogier P

    Rogier P Strat-Talk Member

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    Very cool! So is that ‘66 tele....


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