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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by WhammyDawg, May 30, 2011.
Any red strat just tell me what it is! And then ur in!
Well, if Squiers count, I'm in. It's an '09 Bullet that was originally SSS. I got the loaded pickguard from GFS and added a 5 way super switch so I could wire it like a Blacktop. The pots were too close together to add the 2nd tone control, but oh well. I also got rid of the trapezoid tuners in favor of Kluson style ones. I made a bone nut for it, too.
That is an AWESOME guitar! I like the red with the black pickguard
Since Squiers count, here's my '09 Squier Strat STD.
I have a fiesta red CV and my daughter has a torino red mini. I've posted the pic here somewhere before and I can't repost it so you'll have to take my word for it.
My new Candy-Apple Red American Special (with a new guard, plastic and pups )
here's the stock guitar:
I'm in. '97 CAR Jimmie Vaughan.
That's my guitar I've got white pickguard I love the amerian special!
just back from the shop, I've been playing this all weekend!
Red Partscaster with Fender 57/62s and a brass block.
My 2002 American Series Chrome Red, My #1
Hi everybody, finally a club that I can join!
Squier Strat with Tele' neck (only the headstock). Dunno if it is Candy Apple red or Metallic Red, either way I love it!
By the way, nice pickguard ShaneRingo! Is it anodized?
me too. I tried an American Standard but didn't like the gloss maple neck. I couldn't gel with the guitar at all. the Am Spec OTOH, works great. love it.
It's quite expensive tho
Ash fiesta roadhouse style ... no brand from parts
1998 MIA Roadhouse Strat with Texas Special pups (Candy Apple Red).
my sunset metalic
I have an Ultra, a Strat Ultra in Firestorm red:
I bought it in 1991, and it sports a N0 serial number, suggesting it was made in 1990. The fingerboard is ebony and the locking tuners are made by Fender/Schaller. The Lace Sensors are Blue-neck, Gold-middle, and Red Dually-bridge. The Red Dually has a three-way switch to select the upper, both, or lower bridge pickup. The pickup selector switch is a 5-way but the third position is bridge/neck, like a Tele, but in conjunction with the 3-way that position has 3 different sounds. As does the second and first positions of the 5-way there are 3 different sounds, per position. In addition to this a TBX tone is included on the second tone dial. This was a production guitar, but some examples have stamped custom shop parts, all MIA.
There are some dings but it still looks good, despite its age.
This is my red 89 MIK Squier with wood body.
Man o' Man those are some great photos. Wishin I had a decent camera.
Anyways, here's the 89' MIJ "Dakota" or "Torino" Red. it's actually darker, almost blood red in real life. Opinions welcome.
And here's #1. A 97' Cali Series Fiesta Red.