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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by Jerryarnett, Jun 26, 2021.
Sweet that is!
Man, that's fun to look at!
With the wood being roasted, what type finish is on the body? Also, what pickups does it have?
Looks great. Love the grain on the body and the lighter skunk stripe on the neck.
Also curious about finish and pickups.
Super cool .... Congratulations !
Very nice! Congrats
Beautiful wood grain on the body and figuriinng on the neck but I'm not a fan of roasted maple.
Watching posts like yours - That's exactly how GAS are born.
For the love of all that is Holy, that is one beautiful guitar.
Stopped by Sweetwater... Love that. I'll make their one day. Only an 8 hr drive for me.
Very nice axe. Well done.
Very unique grain pattern on the body.
Ooh - yes, that is very nice and also different. I notice it has a headstock truss rod adjuster which I haven’t see too often on a CS. Congrats!!
Great guitar, enjoy it!
Everything about this looks fantastic! The roasted woods, the (flamed?) maple truss rod plug and skunk stripe, it all works perfectly. Does this end up being fairly light weight given all the roasting of woods?
Thanks for all the comments the finish is nitro the pickups are
Mike Lewis Design Hand-wound Under-wound '64 's
and with everything being roasted it is light 7lbs 3 Oz it's very resonant here is a couple pictures of the spect sheet
Very nice. I have those Sweet 64 pickups in one of my Partscasters and I think they're as good as it gets from Fender.
Cool...you rarely see an Ash body with the those colors and Rosewood fretboard so it's a unique Strat.Congratulations.