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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Stratafied, Jun 30, 2020 at 2:47 PM.
This should be against the law.
What's wrong with it?
I like it!! Something completely different and eye catching for sure.
It is against the law, in three states.
The neck .its horrendous.
Take another look . It’s fugly
Everything except the colour.
Nope. I like it. I would sport it all day long. Plus it would definitely make it easy to tell apart from anyone else's.
Can I interest you in a third look lol!!
Block inlays and binding... looks pretty sweet to me...
Sure. I would look at it all day. LOL I still like it. Can't put my finger on it but it is just cool in my opinion.
Lots of people put a humbucker in the bridge. I can't see the use, I like the bridge pickup in a strat. But, it's their guitar.
The neck? Fender was putting block inlay and binding on Jazzmasters in the 60s, and I believe a jazzmaster neck will fit a strat. There are probably some vintage strats, I think I've seen a pic, with block inlay. I know there are some with binding.
It's a fashion thing. Just a choice, like finish colors.
The lawn needs mowing and the other flora needs trimming. The HOA will not be pleased. Also, storing guitars outdoors is not board approved.
But, I bet it has a great personality, and has really nice handwriting.
I like it! I love a bound fretboard.
...and too much headstock.
And US Territorial Possessions.
I want one !
Looks like a bass/guitar neck hybrid.
I have a luthier around the corner, he builds guitars that resemble that one. John Norum from Europe bought one.