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Fender Stratocaster Paisley Reissue
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Stratocaster series.

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  • doctor.frogdoctor.frog

    Fender Stratocaster Paisley ReissuePublished on 03/06/06 at 07:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Japanese, it's a sublime scratches that I've had 88. I am completely in love voil. Do not change the comrades microphones. All ages extraordinarily well. Its sublime.Voil is tt

    USE

    Big stick, one less box that us

    SONORITS

    Peavy classic lamps and old Marshall lampess, sounds sixties wish

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Since 88 is his strange look I got a little lass. I had two three skyscrapers, I'm the one I even sold my Gibson lespauls Standard (no, I'm not crazy) it is to say
  • SoulboogalooSoulboogaloo

    Fender Stratocaster Paisley ReissuePublished on 06/30/03 at 09:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Like many reissues in the 90 factories, is a Japanese.
    3 microphones "vintage", Ingala studs. Vibrato standard round Saddle Saddle also key.
    Design "70's" head off, logo Stratocaster + big, rear plate and three screws.

    UTILIZATION

    It's a Start, it's - say A model of comfort, ergonomics and ease of play to say anything more ...

    SOUNDS

    Sounds typical of a stratum. Closer to the Hendrix (in saturated or Knopfler (light) than that of SR Vaughan, for example.
    The microphone is a bit sharp too aggressive.
    Played on a Peavey Classic 30 All Tube, it's a real rgal ...
    However, when I grow up, and I sub, I think I will offer him Kinman pickups ...

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    Like many reissues in the 90 factories, is a Japanese.
    3 microphones "vintage", Ingala studs. Vibrato standard round Saddle Saddle also key.
    Design "70's" head off, logo Stratocaster + big, rear plate and three screws.

    UTILIZATION

    It's a Start, it's - say A model of comfort, ergonomics and ease of play to say anything more ...

    SOUNDS

    Sounds typical of a stratum. Closer to the Hendrix (in saturated or Knopfler (light) than that of SR Vaughan, for example.
    The microphone is a bit sharp too aggressive.
    Played on a Peavey Classic 30 All Tube, it's a real rgal ...
    However, when I grow up, and I sub, I think I will offer him Kinman pickups ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Beatings and pain ... Most of my friends are a little frightened at his warbling a beautiful pink, with patterns cashmere. I, on the contrary, that given me the favorite for the scratching! I have since 1995, and I'm always much love ...
    For the same price, I could have a Standard US, yet just to finish, I took a Jap ...
    Incidentally, a specially mention for finishing and the quality of manufacture, at least as good as the USD.
    If c'tait again, I think I plunged back ...
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