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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by kaiserthegreat, Apr 3, 2012.
Two Jimmie Vaughans.
A MIM Classic Series 70's & a MIM 08/09 Standard to join the club, both Olympic White! The other is a USA 1986 Peavey Impact 1 Pearl White.
"71" influenced parts build.
Please describe your experiences with the Ed O'Brien. I've been curious but not enough to into into the pool.
I am a beginner. I have found the modern C more comfortable in a neck. But I bought the EOB more for two handed neck playing. I am a fan of Stanley Jordon and want to learn that style plus it is a neat guitar. With the sustainer off, each pickup has its off defined voice. And they are a wide range. With it on, the fun begins. 'Sorry, that note is not a 20 minute whole note?' Yeah you could do that. I have been using it with ballads and more surreal sounds. It is an instrument that one would need to develop a technique to get the most out of it. It is a tool the adds another dimension to the soundscape. I also bought as I thought it to be a significant piece of Fender guitars. One can argue that it is an expensive MIM. You might be able to accomplish sustains with a pedal or a looper. But the control over the sustain at your finger tips allows a lot more artistic expression.
Count me back in
P4190197 by integra evan posted Apr 20, 2019 at 12:47 PM
Warmoth body and fatback neck. 57/62's. Indian Ivory.
A better pic!
I just realized that my Oly White Road Worn counts in multiple clubs.
More buttercream, but let's pretend it's vintage aged oly white!
Full disclosure: not a real Fender, but remarkably well made. Sounds and plays like a dream.
My Fender Custom Shop Voodoo Child Strat in Olympic White!
I just got a second white strat a few months ago.
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Now I have the 'Oly' White & RW CIJ '72 reissue for Blackmore's 'signature' look I've modded my 'Vintage' White VM70s for his '77 look ... no 'original contour body' decal and the Fender text where the serial number would be plus flat pole pups so that's what it looks most like anyway. Now it wears black plastics front and back too.
MIM bridge/trem with block saddles, 'F' tuners and neck plate. Bone nut.
Well here's my american original 60s
Large headstock MIJ white Strats!