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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Fuzzfinger, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. Misty Mountain

    Misty Mountain Strat-Talker

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    Welcome neighbor! I live in woodinville
     
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  2. Seamus OReally

    Seamus OReally Senior Stratmaster Silver Member

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    Spent a lot of time there back when my son Noah was living in Bellevue, but I never got a Red Mill hamburger. Welcome aboard!
     
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  3. Fuzzfinger

    Fuzzfinger New Member!

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    You've got a point.

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  4. Tone Deaf

    Tone Deaf Senior Stratmaster

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    Welcome
    It seems as though you are fitting in nicely !
     
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  5. Fuzzfinger

    Fuzzfinger New Member!

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    I was just thinking about the black pickguard and while it was a dramatic look, it isn't period correct and I really like the pastel look. It reminds me of a creamsicle.

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  6. Fuzzfinger

    Fuzzfinger New Member!

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    This is my HM Strat. I bought it out of the classifieds as in the early '90's. The ad said "Strat". I expected finding a Stratocaster. I'd never heard of a "Strat". Dig the crazy font on the headstock. The guy included a Marshall Lead 12 and a Boss digital reverb. A good deal.

    While I was disappointed I didn't get a real Stratocaster I have been very happy with this instrument.

    The Kahler Spyder locking tremolo works great. A 24 fret, 17 inch radius neck. A humbucking split coil bridge pickup. I installed a synth pickup on it to use with my GR30.

    There fretboard is showing some wear but overall this guitar is in great shape.[​IMG][​IMG]

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