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Mighty Mite Stratocaster Neck
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  • duguy182duguy182

    Better than a fender

    Mighty Mite Stratocaster NeckPublished on 02/04/12 at 00:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very good sounding handle very well, great playability and easily assembled. My model has a rosewood fingerboard with a big typed 70s and 22 frets.

    The name of my model is the mm2934. At that price, it's just insane.
  • Anonymous

    Mighty Mite Stratocaster NeckPublished on 05/23/08 at 04:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have purchased in the U.S. this handle V-84 U.S. dollars. This is a 22 round boxes Saddle with a rosewood fingerboard. When I reu I was a little afraid saw the head of the carton .. I Mount in a jiffy on a body of Mexican Stratocaster 90s. I added Sperzel mcaniques self-blocks that have naturally adapted trs the head. I had to drill the hole for me even to place the butterfly that guides the strings e and acute. I would like first of all that I prciser document HARMONY CENTRAL before buying this set. I saw the notice dposs m'tais ide should be made of ProCD r-adjustments on the handle, especially a filing to the edge of the frets. It is NOTHING! The frets are perfectly limes: nothing less…
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    I have purchased in the U.S. this handle V-84 U.S. dollars. This is a 22 round boxes Saddle with a rosewood fingerboard. When I reu I was a little afraid saw the head of the carton .. I Mount in a jiffy on a body of Mexican Stratocaster 90s. I added Sperzel mcaniques self-blocks that have naturally adapted trs the head. I had to drill the hole for me even to place the butterfly that guides the strings e and acute. I would like first of all that I prciser document HARMONY CENTRAL before buying this set. I saw the notice dposs m'tais ide should be made of ProCD r-adjustments on the handle, especially a filing to the edge of the frets. It is NOTHING! The frets are perfectly limes: nothing less than a round of standard stratocaster us. Also, no need to touch the truss road, the handle is straight. I will address the quality of the Submitted handle it even. This handle is varnished, a protective layer envelope sheet wood moisture or stains, nothing more. H much the better! A condition of well prserver wood aggression collection outdoor, touch is all the more enjoyable, hand gliding more lightweight than a handle ultra polish. The frets are "jumbo" with a curve rgulire and balance on all boxes. The key is enjoyable and smooth. The quality of wood utiliss seems good, it's Canadian species and amricaines I believe. For me it's a flawless quality as the equivalent stick bearing the logo "FENDER" cost 3 4 times more expensive. I jou on sleeves FENDER, GIBSON, GRETSCH for several years and I must admit I t trs enjoyable surprised by the quality of the MIGHTY MITE. No doubt I would do without this choice hsiter! The report qualitprix when he seems unbeatable.
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