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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by drp146, Jul 20, 2021.
Maybe can draw it in with a crayon. Cross off the other thing first.
Wouldn't a Sharpie be better?
Yeah. Or a bit of sandpaper, some lacquer and a decal.
I'm pretty sure no matter what happens, he won't be doing anything to the early 80's Lead I neck. No point destroying it's value.
As an update, I convinced him to just keep the guitar as it is, based on the good advice of Guitarmageddon. This is his first Strat type guitar, after playing Gibsons for a few decades, and he does like the neck profile and radius of the Lead I neck. I want to thank Guitarmageddon again for sharing his knowledge. His example is what I like best about this forum. I have learned a lot from reading his advice and replies to others as well.
If the neck pocket and neck fit and the scale length is the same then it should work
So as partscasters go, I think he got a pretty good buy on this one. $300 with the 80's Lead I neck, the Tokai body and Van Zandt pickups. I offered to give him his $300 for it, so he could invest in a actual Strat, but he's not going for it. I should've offered to buy it before I told him what I learned about the value of the parts, lol.