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STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Jeff Beck series.

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  • Anonymous

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 05/17/09 at 23:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amricaine in all its splendor.
    Beautiful, vintage look with his crue.Choix finishing in woods conformity with the price and reputation.
    Trsrussi handle to the curve and not particularly thick.
    Virtually noiseless pickups studs lined up.

    USE

    Access to acute very easy, a lightweight difference at the attachment of the handle heel reports by the standards.
    Pleasant weight with a slightly less dense alder therefore lighter than the standard classics.
    Clear sound almost identical. Sound and saturs Crunches are very subtle revenge dfinis .well for rock, great for the merger.

    SONORITS

    I rather play jazz, and my respect for a jazz-rock repertoire it is ideal because it allows …
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    Amricaine in all its splendor.
    Beautiful, vintage look with his crue.Choix finishing in woods conformity with the price and reputation.
    Trsrussi handle to the curve and not particularly thick.
    Virtually noiseless pickups studs lined up.

    USE

    Access to acute very easy, a lightweight difference at the attachment of the handle heel reports by the standards.
    Pleasant weight with a slightly less dense alder therefore lighter than the standard classics.
    Clear sound almost identical. Sound and saturs Crunches are very subtle revenge dfinis .well for rock, great for the merger.

    SONORITS

    I rather play jazz, and my respect for a jazz-rock repertoire it is ideal because it allows the particular nuances with saturs.Essaye sounds on a Vox 30 watts, c ' magnifique.En is its clear, on a JC120 is very good too.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    All strats should sound like celle-ci.La finish is exemplary with russia color choice. What I like least: this is the price that makes it a very expensive instrument .But if we are adict brand why not ...
    In any case it is a good guitar.
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  • fanzicfanzic

    As his inspiration, she can do anything! ...

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 03/05/13 at 12:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Reported here the general feature for more technical details, please visit the brand:

    - Alder body
    - Rosewood fingerboard has a profile early '50s (soft C) with improved heel profile (access to high)
    - Fingerboard Rosewood
    - Medium Jumbo Frets 22 frets
    - Mechanical Fender Deluxe Locking
    - 3 pickups Jeff Beck Custom Ceramic Noiseless Special ˙
    - 1 5-way switch
    - 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 1 TBX
    - 1 2 anchors Vibrato Fender Synchronized
    Delivered by Fender Deluxe Tweed Case

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, it is a very polished mild, barely noticeable, no grip, I felt quickly comfortable with the shape of it. The slip at the heel is very significant for access to ac…
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    Reported here the general feature for more technical details, please visit the brand:

    - Alder body
    - Rosewood fingerboard has a profile early '50s (soft C) with improved heel profile (access to high)
    - Fingerboard Rosewood
    - Medium Jumbo Frets 22 frets
    - Mechanical Fender Deluxe Locking
    - 3 pickups Jeff Beck Custom Ceramic Noiseless Special ˙
    - 1 5-way switch
    - 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 1 TBX
    - 1 2 anchors Vibrato Fender Synchronized
    Delivered by Fender Deluxe Tweed Case

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, it is a very polished mild, barely noticeable, no grip, I felt quickly comfortable with the shape of it. The slip at the heel is very significant for access to acute and unusual Stratocaster model on ...

    I love the vibrato even if takes a little adaptation, it is better for the action of the latter is fully determined to be mastered because it reacts when you touch. Interestingly, it is optimized to run in both directions. Summarized by Fender "vibrato effects fierce" is right!

    The general happiness, therefore, to try to hit Jeff. I had an "american standard" before so I know the vibrato "standard" type, but there nothing to do, it really gives the sound the artist typed, I have to work hard to inspire me with his talent! -) ...

    SOUNDS

    The guitar was delivered to a game optimized "fingers". I play the guitar a bit like that of course, but also and above all a lot pick ...

    So I took the initiative to reduce slightly the height of the strings to get my personal setting. The handle, a perfect righteousness, do not absolutely frieze despite this small change. This violates a bit small appropriation for which it was designed this guitar but I assume: I prefer well ..

    The sounds are what I was looking for a long time: no noise interference thanks to "Noiseless" and very good dynamics, excellent expressivity is still in its "Fender" feature and we want to play as soon as a few notes or agreements gush instrument! ... The beauty of the neck pickup is remarkable alone he convinced me to buy the instrument even if the color of the other is also very good! ...

    I play on a Fender amp and the combination is remarkable, excellent sound clear and crunches. On a Peavey DeltaBlues, we obtain good clear sound, excellent sound and saturated crunch.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this instrument since the beginning of 2013, I play regularly with a lot of happiness because it is an instrument of excellent quality.

    Having had a strat with USA standard and also a G & L Legacy of the good old Leo, it seems to have some interesting benchmarks in comparison.

    I love the personality of this guitar, the precision of his vibrato and beauty of sound. It is both "standard" and "non-standard", I said:

    I love the tranquility of the Stratocaster shape with which I am perfectly familiar and comfortable. The sound is beautiful and especially free from parasites but if this instrument allows a perfect expression, it also requires a set precise and direct.

    The strat "Jeff Beck" to address this fact rather guitarists already experienced, it is a high quality instrument ...
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  • gbarraud7gbarraud7

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 07/04/06 at 05:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    USA
    Floating tremolo bridge, modern
    1 volume, 2 tones, classic stratocaster what!
    Maple neck rosewood fingerboard 22 frets

    Trussrod out with the top handle for easy adjustment, floating tremolo (one goes down the notes, and they go up too). It is damn effective: me following an inveterate fan of Eddie Van Halen, I really enjoy, without seeking the extreme of a floyd. For example, the effects of vibrato on the solo to "beat it" goes to the same. The advantage of floating tremolo, when the rod hangs back, is that some small blows to the palm of a note, which makes it flicker in the style Lukather (is what I got understand?).

    Of course, the lifts are blocking, Schaller in a hyper m…
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    USA
    Floating tremolo bridge, modern
    1 volume, 2 tones, classic stratocaster what!
    Maple neck rosewood fingerboard 22 frets

    Trussrod out with the top handle for easy adjustment, floating tremolo (one goes down the notes, and they go up too). It is damn effective: me following an inveterate fan of Eddie Van Halen, I really enjoy, without seeking the extreme of a floyd. For example, the effects of vibrato on the solo to "beat it" goes to the same. The advantage of floating tremolo, when the rod hangs back, is that some small blows to the palm of a note, which makes it flicker in the style Lukather (is what I got understand?).

    Of course, the lifts are blocking, Schaller in a hyper modern gray contrast (in a timely manner) with the general appearance of the guitar, rather vintage (stratum, white, single coil etc..).

    The nut is a nut LSR. Reminder: ball bearings are arranged on each crucible hosting a rope, all of which are designed to prevent the rope pulled hangs in the saddle, and then suddenly releasing detuning causes a feeling of quite unpleasant. Super efficient.

    The handle is certainly larger than the average of the stratum (I think), but it is far from a tree trunk as I have read here and there. I think it is the intermediary between a standard Start and a handle in the spirit of Les Paul. Rosewood very soft, which does not fit with sweating fingers (very important for me).

    UTILIZATION

    Dual coil ceramic noiseless pickups ... (no lace sensor, no TBX).
    access to acute facilitated by indentation of the body
    ergonomics standard.
    We easily obtain a good sound? stupid question: you go out!

    SOUNDS

    Disconnected, the stratum sends sound terrible, even more than my Ibanez Artist 82 "set neck, les paul copy of which is however very good bill. The sustain is very good, what was once one feels really amplifies the bazaar.

    Connected, it is madness! Please note that the Jeff Beck Stratocaster guitar is a "slide" the potential is huge, it's really an example of the stratum to do everything, provided you feel comfortable on the handle.

    The pickups really send, without turning your back on the fender vintage touch. Depending on the settings of the amp, the volume knob and fingering, I think Beck can pretty much do.

    Special mention to micro serious: if you like the sound hollow, round, shiny hyper hendrixien yet modern, as such do know Lukather (when he plays in crunch) or Richie Kotzen (when he plays in his strat crunch ), you just fall backwards: it's phenomenal!

    Mention also to the intermediate position in acute (neck / bridge) with a bit of crunch and phrasing that is, it sounds Eric Johnson!

    Otherwise, all the classics in the stratum going very well: rock, funk, reggae, country, rockabilly, blues and of course !!!!!

    So of course, the microphone is an acute single coil, so Nu metal is hot, Trash and death ditto ... but hey, no one buys a Jeff Beck to play this style, there are hundreds of other guitars that do better.

    OVERALL OPINION

    First point: the price. Have it hurts: € 1,849 cash, must be on the mark. I have studied the issue because I have already planted after buying it a few years There's a relic Stratocaster 57 'States, that I hastened to customize including the mechanical lock and a humbucker: sacrilege?! ! Yes, but mostly youthful.

    I repeat for the Jeff Beck as with other models of high-end guitars, you really have to be on his shot.

    First impression now: oulala! When you unpack the beautiful vintage tweed case, it is like coming in a big family, that of the happy owners of a top model in the fender. Everything is there: strap, jack fender, polish cloth and classy, ​​little notice, certificate, etc ... just missing a small set of strings, it would cost them very little I think.

    The guitar is beautifully finished, much better than my ex relic 57, who had the qualities he seems t but also the lack of time.

    Then the olympic white color is superb: I repeat, all the pictures you see on the net do not really account for his class. Turns creamy white, or even vintage white (such strat malmsteen) ... it's simple, sober, and ca claque terrible, especially the plate (also white) has a light gray black binding that brings out the olympic white.

    For a little edgy sound through, I assure you it does. I hesitated to buy a musicman Axis, Luke or silhouette with humbucker, because I like to send the sauce from time to time ... Well, no problem, with a good overdrive and a bit of compression, it is in, with the signature single coil fender anyway: a bit of "twang", but a lot of scope, volume, and for micro acute attack .... Good to try, you will understand.

    Accuracy: all these impressions I've collected while playing the Jeff Beck Stratocaster plugged into a line 6 Flextone 2, via a compressor Jacques fat burner and a tube screamer. Store, I tried on tube amps .... It was the orgasm.
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  • aliascrossaliascross

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 05/31/08 at 14:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Few do no better than the opinion prcdant, 0)

    UTILIZATION

    Handle fairly thick and round, I recall that of the standard United States 96. We like it or not Naime. Prfre I handle the "Start Plus" for example ...
    Accs in acute correct. The guitar is a bit heavy.
    The guitar is not difficult to take in hand.

    Damage to the handle ...

    SOUNDS

    I play in a band ball. I often play in the clear.
    I used a triplet: CAA 3 + SE -> VHT BB -> Speakers NOS.
    The sound is clean. The sounds are honntes. We find the diffrent type of "stamps" single-coil and phase ... not great originality.
    To compare, I prfre Reserved without the Yamaha AES-FG, which sounds more brands in diffre…
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    Few do no better than the opinion prcdant, 0)

    UTILIZATION

    Handle fairly thick and round, I recall that of the standard United States 96. We like it or not Naime. Prfre I handle the "Start Plus" for example ...
    Accs in acute correct. The guitar is a bit heavy.
    The guitar is not difficult to take in hand.

    Damage to the handle ...

    SOUNDS

    I play in a band ball. I often play in the clear.
    I used a triplet: CAA 3 + SE -> VHT BB -> Speakers NOS.
    The sound is clean. The sounds are honntes. We find the diffrent type of "stamps" single-coil and phase ... not great originality.
    To compare, I prfre Reserved without the Yamaha AES-FG, which sounds more brands in diffrent combinations of microphones.
    I find the sound more than the rdition Defines the Start vintage 62, but me as a Suhr pro series (S1-S4).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Most:
    - The quality of the components
    - A nice look

    The -:
    - Handle very pais
    - Lack of originality in sound
    - A heavy coat

    Anyway ... another layer of quality but I expected more pronounced sounds of the MODEL signature.
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  • King LoudnessKing Loudness

    Beck's Bolero

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 08/12/11 at 08:17
    The Fender Jeff Beck signature Strat was introduced way back when as sort of a hot rodded take on the classic '60s Strats that Jeff so loves. It has come in a variety of cool colours and had various different features over the years. The standard USA Artist model has settled on having an alder body, a very chunky maple neck with rosewood fretboard and 22 frets, locking tuners, 2 point Fender bridge and some Fender Noiseless pickups to round out the package. Here's the full list of specs:

    Body Alder
    Neck Maple, C Shape,
    (Satin Urethane Finish)
    Fingerboard Rosewood, 9.5 Radius (241 mm)
    No. of Frets 22 Medium Jumbo Frets
    Pickups 3 Dual-Coil Ceramic Noiseless Pickups
    Controls Master Vo…
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    The Fender Jeff Beck signature Strat was introduced way back when as sort of a hot rodded take on the classic '60s Strats that Jeff so loves. It has come in a variety of cool colours and had various different features over the years. The standard USA Artist model has settled on having an alder body, a very chunky maple neck with rosewood fretboard and 22 frets, locking tuners, 2 point Fender bridge and some Fender Noiseless pickups to round out the package. Here's the full list of specs:

    Body Alder
    Neck Maple, C Shape,
    (Satin Urethane Finish)
    Fingerboard Rosewood, 9.5 Radius (241 mm)
    No. of Frets 22 Medium Jumbo Frets
    Pickups 3 Dual-Coil Ceramic Noiseless Pickups
    Controls Master Volume,
    Tone 1. (Neck),
    Tone 2. (Middle, Bridge)
    Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade:
    Position 1. Bridge Pickup
    Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup
    Position 3. Middle Pickup
    Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup
    Position 5. Neck Pickup
    Bridge American 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with 6 Stainless Steel Saddles
    Machine Heads Fender Deluxe Cast/Sealed Locking Tuning Machines
    Hardware Chrome
    Pickguard 3-Ply White
    Scale Length 25.5 (648 mm)
    Width at Nut 1.6875 (43 mm)
    Unique Features Thinner C Shape Maple Neck,
    Contoured Heel for Easier Access to Upper Frets,
    LSR Roller Nut,
    Aged Knobs and Pickup Covers
    Accessories Vintage Tweed Case, Strap, Cable



    UTILIZATION

    The feel of this guitar is closer to an American Deluxe Strat than the American Standard model. It feels more refined and generally has a higher end feel than the typical USA Strat. The weight is usually on the slightly heavier side from my experience, and it does have a beefy neck profile. However it does feature ample contouring that tends to streamline out the whole package quite well. Upper fret access is great considering that the neck heel is contoured as well a-la the American Deluxes.

    Getting a good tone out of this guitar is fairly easy overall and I'm generally quite impressed by it's thick and Stratty quality all round. Jeff is known for a very distinct and individual tone that comes across very well in this guitar. Harmonics are just waiting to leap out from hidden places, and once you apply some gain, a dash of reverb and grab the ol' trem bar... look out!

    SOUNDS

    I've tried this guitar through various Fender and Mesa Boogie amplifiers. Something I find about a lot of signature models is that they do a core tone very well, but usually aren't the most versatile. However the JB Strat bucks this tradition, providing a sound that's a killer facsimile of an early '60s Strat but with modern appointments that contribute to a thicker and overall raunchier tone.

    The cleans are pretty typical Strat.. if you're picturing a killer overwound delight. Not your grandfather's guitar... this thing has TONE in spades. The pickups are hotter than most Strat pickups, and as a result, you lose a bit of the shimmery top end of old and in its place gain a really nice and pure sounding breakup when the pickups are hit hard. This approach and tone works really well for some pseudo-blues and some cool garage rock textures, because a CLEAN clean tone is going to be a bit harder to attain.

    The overdrive tones are a delight to behold. I absolutely love how the JB Strat responds to gain! The pickups take on a whole other character that is part Gibson, part Strat. Chords gain some SERIOUS hair and the lead lines are just... perfection. It goes from classic blues to the most modern of shred with ease as far as the tones, and you can count on the guitar to deliver a great response all the way through.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The Fender Jeff Beck Strat is a great buy for someone looking for a killer hot rodded type Strat that really takes well to gain and other such devilish fun. It's got a high output core, but the sound is real and decidedly Strat all the same. For $1,600 new these guitars are a great bargain. The neck may be too thick for some players, but it's something that you'd have to play and see if it works for your hand.
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  • MikelxpectedMikelxpected

    it disconnects

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 07/19/11 at 15:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -US
    2 floating-bridge attachment points
    One piece maple neck-rosewood
    -22 Frets, 3 single noiseless pickups
    Strat-traditional settings

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is of velvet, like all good strat: agreements go alone, the original action is more nickel
    - It's a Start, so it's comfortable and lightweight compared to my LP
    - I'll rarely in the last box, it intimidate me, the sound is good no matter what, leave the noiseless sound very clean

    SOUNDS

    - Initially, I play hardcore, then a Start ... the fact that way! the pickups are not for the nag.
    But I'm getting old, too j'fais pop, and then it disconnects.

    It is less flashy than other strata: even the bridg…
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    -US
    2 floating-bridge attachment points
    One piece maple neck-rosewood
    -22 Frets, 3 single noiseless pickups
    Strat-traditional settings

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is of velvet, like all good strat: agreements go alone, the original action is more nickel
    - It's a Start, so it's comfortable and lightweight compared to my LP
    - I'll rarely in the last box, it intimidate me, the sound is good no matter what, leave the noiseless sound very clean

    SOUNDS

    - Initially, I play hardcore, then a Start ... the fact that way! the pickups are not for the nag.
    But I'm getting old, too j'fais pop, and then it disconnects.

    It is less flashy than other strata: even the bridge pickup is fairly balanced, it is not the most strat twang.

    I play on the Marshmall Tsl401, while the lamp, therefore, high volume.Les microphones not budge, not a pet of breath.
    One approaches the stoner when playing in micro serious

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just buy it.

    But I puff instrument in a shop, I see then scroll through hundreds of guitars ...

    The reason for my choice:
    - Surfing the color green, I love
    - The noiseless pickups, excellent
    - The MECAS schaller locking, the ball nut, the floating bridge 2 points for playing the wrist
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Latest version of this guitar

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 06/30/11 at 12:44
    Jeff Beck has been a long time user of the Fender Stratocaster, so it was only natural that he would get his own guitar. There have been a lot of different versions of these, but this one has an alder body with a maple neck, a rosewood fretboard with 22 frets, dot inlays, two point tremolo system, SSS configuration, carved away neck joint with a micro-tilt adjustment, one volume, two tones and a five way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    Jeff Beck usually designs a pretty nice guitar, and this is no exception. The guitar's neck felt very comfortable to me. It wasn't too extreme in any direction. The frets should probably have been crowned a bit better, but there were no edges sticking out, s…
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    Jeff Beck has been a long time user of the Fender Stratocaster, so it was only natural that he would get his own guitar. There have been a lot of different versions of these, but this one has an alder body with a maple neck, a rosewood fretboard with 22 frets, dot inlays, two point tremolo system, SSS configuration, carved away neck joint with a micro-tilt adjustment, one volume, two tones and a five way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    Jeff Beck usually designs a pretty nice guitar, and this is no exception. The guitar's neck felt very comfortable to me. It wasn't too extreme in any direction. The frets should probably have been crowned a bit better, but there were no edges sticking out, so no issues there. The neck joint was perfectly fine, and the gap wasn't big enough to really cause any major concern. Jeff loves his roller nuts, but I can't say I'm a huge fan. They make the guitar sound a bit "pingy" at times, and I find that a properly cut bone nut can function just as well, if not better.

    SOUNDS

    The pickups in this were the Fender Noiseless pickups, and they really are pretty quiet. The bridge can get a nice overdrive sound going on, and it can work for most genres from blues to fusion to even metal with the right setup. However, I would advise against the metal setup unless you like bright tones. The neck sounded great for those lead tones, but it was even better when it came to clean tones. I never use the middle pickups, but it worked great for those funky kind of sounds with the in-between positions when it was combined with either the neck or the bridge.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Jeff Beck's guitars have gone through all kinds of different changes, and this is the latest version. Any of them are good, really. It all depends on what you're looking for out of a guitar. I really wish he would change to a real nut, though. Aside from that, they're great.
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  • fenderman des montagnesfenderman des montagnes

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 08/11/08 at 06:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in the USA custom shop fender (mine is olympic white color, beautifully bright).
    Alder body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, wood priori better than the model series artist, and manufacturing quality and custom finishing shop.
    22 medium jumbo frets.
    3 Dual-Coil pickups Ceramic Noiseless.
    1 Control volume and 2 tone controls.
    5 position switch.
    Floating tremolo with two anchor points, saddle-type strat modern.
    Sperzel locking tuners.
    Channel C, thinner than on older models signing Jeff Beck.
    Metal nut bearing type LSR.
    Manufacturing precision remarkable contrast to this model 99% of the frieze strats do not, even with a fairly low string action. Quality paint finis…
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    Made in the USA custom shop fender (mine is olympic white color, beautifully bright).
    Alder body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, wood priori better than the model series artist, and manufacturing quality and custom finishing shop.
    22 medium jumbo frets.
    3 Dual-Coil pickups Ceramic Noiseless.
    1 Control volume and 2 tone controls.
    5 position switch.
    Floating tremolo with two anchor points, saddle-type strat modern.
    Sperzel locking tuners.
    Channel C, thinner than on older models signing Jeff Beck.
    Metal nut bearing type LSR.
    Manufacturing precision remarkable contrast to this model 99% of the frieze strats do not, even with a fairly low string action. Quality paint finishes and impeccable, type high-end guitar maker, rare in the world of strats too. Overall a very high-end Start.

    UTILIZATION

    The mechanical locking Sperzel allow a very quick and easy mounting of the strings, and contribute to the maintenance of the agreement (no frills tour winding rope is required), quite remarkable in this model. The LSR is also one of the key points of the agreement required to avoid jamming of the strings in the nut when you release the whammy bar. The shot string is also greatly facilitated by the nut-bearing.
    Do not forget that Jeff Beck is an expert in mechanical (automobile), and it had to be sensitive to the mechanical aspects of its strategy allows to collect the powerful vibrato he likes, without tune ....
    The only slight negative point (resolution) is the vibrato bar that it is difficult at the start of rules to keep it at the position assigned to it, without falling and without either getting stuck at the bottom of thread without being able to push it down. I personally solved the problem by temporarily substituting a vibrato bar type L Series 1964, of which the thread is a bit stronger.
    After this, I can stabilize the original bar in the desired position.
    The handle is very comfortable to play, a little wider than on other strats but without excess.

    SOUNDS

    Remarkable sustain, not connected.
    microphones mics Dual-Coil Ceramic Noiseless, significantly more levels than vintage single coil pickups.
    In his clear, we get wonderful sonorities, especially in the intermediate position micro acute micro middle, but also with the micro serious. The high output makes them closer to the spirit of texas special, a bit more powerful, and allows for clear sound in solos or slightly crunch (SRV) that send and stand out well in a mix. These pickups do not produce absolutely no background noise (tested against the hp of a big tube amp ENGL whose gain was pushed very far ...). So very professional design from the perspective of a potential use in a noisy scene (lighting ,....).
    The volume control is effective. A 8, one approaches the sound of vintage single coil pickups, 10 they tend to humbucking, allowing very hard rock sounds with distortion. Guitar therefore very versatile in its use.
    I also have a series of L 1964 and I was able to compare sounds in different contexts. I pass the problem of keeping the agreement on my L series like most old strats poor ... For a very demanding ear (like mine), the Jeff Beck has a more modern, with a Just under dynamic heat (wealth of the frequency spectrum) that the L series, but it sends more in some contexts (as Leo forgive me ...): clean sounds / light crunch to severe micro SRV, micro sounds acids Acute type saturated Neil Young ,....). In summary The Jeff Beck is a guiare with exceptional sound quality in many contexts, in fact complementary to my series L.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent strat upscale and modern in design (keeping the agreement perfect vibrato, high-precision instrument making do not even bordering with low string action, producing no pickups hum) with its signature resolutely stratocaster with the ability to send sound supercharged knob pushing the volume to 10. It is of course expensive but its well worth 2300 euros (new price).
    The price mentioned by nine AF seems to be the artist of the model series, not the custom shop model.
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  • nielabnielab

    guitar finger!

    Fender Jeff Beck StratocasterPublished on 05/15/11 at 05:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fender Stratocaster Jeff Beck olympic white usa signature:
    - Jeff beck pickups signature ceramic noiseless
    - LSR roller nut nut
    - Mechanical self-locking SCHALLER
    - Tremolo bridges two anchors (one drop and can be learned)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is far from being "impressive" as I have read elsewhere, on the contrary I have a strat us highway 2001, and is the same type of handle, as far to say that I found myself as home with the Jeff Beck very comfortable.
    Access to acute, easy and convenient.

    SOUNDS

    Well then there is the heavy ..
    When I read some reviews claiming that the guitar lacks character, I smile ...
    what interest to buy a signature model?
    thi…
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    Fender Stratocaster Jeff Beck olympic white usa signature:
    - Jeff beck pickups signature ceramic noiseless
    - LSR roller nut nut
    - Mechanical self-locking SCHALLER
    - Tremolo bridges two anchors (one drop and can be learned)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is far from being "impressive" as I have read elsewhere, on the contrary I have a strat us highway 2001, and is the same type of handle, as far to say that I found myself as home with the Jeff Beck very comfortable.
    Access to acute, easy and convenient.

    SOUNDS

    Well then there is the heavy ..
    When I read some reviews claiming that the guitar lacks character, I smile ...
    what interest to buy a signature model?
    this guitar sounds great with a pick, but it delivers its full potential with the finger-picking. Jeff Beck is indeed an expert and pick the game without the microphones were calibrated accordingly, and as such, the bridge pickup is a model of its kind, since I have this guitar, I also abandoned the pick, it has a micro-edged character, round, single .. in one word "beautiful", in clear sound in saturated, this microphone "sings" is the first time in my life that I fall in love with a microphone guitar! inevitably, when you buy this strat signature is also for this approach the "sound" of the master ..
    Well here it is ...
    The 2nd advantage of this guitar is the "fantastic" vibrato, it can drop and pull of 1 ton to 2 tons and a half ... it makes perfect agreement, even by triturating in every sense, it is particularly sensitive to the slightest caress, the slightest nuance. Much less restrictive than the "BIG" Floyd Rose block.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In conclusion, this stratum is played every nuance in the image of the hypersensitive vibrato is a treat in hand, and in my humble opinion, should be practiced as it is, to reveal its character, its very substance ...
    course, it can also be played with a pick, but it's like a formula to pay for a ride on country roads ...
    Beyond, I do not see too much interest to pay a signature model?
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