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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by integra evan, Jul 24, 2019.
Nice guitar congrats.
I dig Lincoln - sort of EJ meets Neil Schon - whenever we do his material at my church I always know I need to put in a little extra woodshedding time.
I REALLY like the features on this guitar though, especially the wiring - I pretty much never use the tone control on the neck, so to put that middle tone pot to a better use makes a lot of sense, plus having that hidden boost on the volume knob could be one less pedal on my board...
Thanks! It's really a well thought out design.
crap... now i want a gold strat.
Lol, actually I've always liked gold strats since I first started playing guitar when I was very young. Along with my first guitar (acoustic), I got a book that had a gold strat on the cover, and always thought it looked great.
Another cool thing, I got a light one. 7 pounds 5 ounces. Feels great
Congrats on a great Strat!
That one ticks all the boxes with me, radius, frets, noiseless, active pre-amp, mid boost. My number 1 is a 2005 Clapton sig for most of these reasons. I would love to hear what the area pickups sound like in comparison to the vintage noiseless in the Clapton, but I dare not try one out to see . Enjoy!!!!
Thanks! Yeah it definitely ticks all the boxes for me.
My favorite color and the specs look great - congrats!
Good for you, that looks like an awesome guitar with great specs!
Thanks! A couple more pics during day time:
Wow that's a gorgeous guitar. HNGD! Nice to see Fender recognizing artists outside the normal spectrum every once in a while.
I love it..
That is a beautiful guitar, congratulations!
Yes, you have arrived now! Congratulations on a beautiful guitar with great appointments.
Ok, i'm not but congratulation for You!It might a great guitar!Really good features are in it!HNGD!
BTW Lincoln Brewster is my favorite guitarist.
And totally respect about the sign in the neckplate and the reason that the sign in there!It's a really unique example which would be a thing to follow!