custom strat


z0s0_jp
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got pics from guy who built a strat...getting it Saturday...if it plays well of course


1. Solid ash body 60'S fender strat design; 3 routes in the body... ( hsh)
2. USA Vintage tremolo system I believe out of an 80's American Stratocaster
3 Pick up Fender Custom shop. ( ver hot)
4 String tree (usa) block style
5 New 250 ohm pots fender USA .2um capacitor
6 Fender 3 ply black white black pick guard very fine scratches from playing probably will polish out.
7 New 9 - 48 strings installed
This guitar was made of parts I have had over the past few years. All quality parts . The body weighs 4.5oz ( body alone) I have not weighed the total weight of the guitar at this time I would estimate 7.6oz
Take a look get back with question or if you still have an interest. I will list for sale after hearing from you, Enjoy!!

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z0s0_jp
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"Dammit Jim!! I'm a guitarist not a roadie...so haul my gear"
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"Dammit Jim!! I'm a guitarist not a roadie...so haul my gear"
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Leedogg
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Das Frankenstrat!
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aschleman
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Not bad... Not bad at all.

See how it sounds and plays and feels. I like the Birdseye.
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PRSplaya
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I think he has pounds mixed up with ounces. I would really like to see a full sized electric guitar that was just over half a pound! My back and shoulders would be in heaven then :p
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z0s0_jp
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maybe it is that great exotic tonewood called balsa
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PRSplaya
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Lmao!!!!!!!
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Lordathestrings
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That looks like it was put together by someone who cares. If you get it (and I do think it's worth considering), you should visit >GuitarNuts< and learn how to ground a system properly.

The article called "Quieting The Beast" is recommended reading for anyone who hopes to reduce the noise picked up by their guitars. I cringe when I see how much work someone has put into doing it wrong. ~sigh~
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z0s0_jp
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crap... thanks Lats...
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z0s0_jp
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update ---grounding is done right just different.. ;)
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