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  • JoCkEr_cyrilJoCkEr_cyril

    an effective funkeuze giving the blues ...

    Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash [2004-2010]Published on 09/28/08 at 05:44
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    I note the handle égréable super, excellent mechanical lock with a specific vibrato, has certainly handled smoothly ...
    Good for the cases, the strap lock strap included.

    UTILIZATION

    it's a really nice guitar playing. the handle is really excellent, very good grip, the notes are correct, the frets well put ... good short sleeve which is not necessarily the case for all guitars of this price ... cuts of comfort are also very nice, both standing than sitting. the guitar is very well balanced, not heavy beast is a real comfort. access to acute nikel, the tuning is good (thank you and good mechanical vibrato) unless one makes Vai with vibrato that is designed more…
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    Read before ...
    I note the handle égréable super, excellent mechanical lock with a specific vibrato, has certainly handled smoothly ...
    Good for the cases, the strap lock strap included.

    UTILIZATION

    it's a really nice guitar playing. the handle is really excellent, very good grip, the notes are correct, the frets well put ... good short sleeve which is not necessarily the case for all guitars of this price ... cuts of comfort are also very nice, both standing than sitting. the guitar is very well balanced, not heavy beast is a real comfort. access to acute nikel, the tuning is good (thank you and good mechanical vibrato) unless one makes Vai with vibrato that is designed more for use gentle but precise.
    we get easily a good sound, fortunately for this price!
    Cons: The foam knobs that are truly outrageous!

    9 / 10 for the latter, if anything was wrong that's fine.

    SOUNDS

    I remade my opinion to a more neutral point of view after 2 years of use:
    for general: it is a good guitar for the clear, but not the big crunch Satus ...
    I play mostly on a JVM 410, but also a Valvestate, and I tried a 5150 II, ENGL combo and an old fender a lamp (no idea the model)
    By clean is very beautiful, we recognize the sound dessuite fender. the 5-way switch allows for either the crystal-clear, (positions 2 and 4), heat (race), the screaming (bridge) and round (midlle). it's really good and effective. The S1 allows a wider range, we can approach the genre's Pink Floyd The Wall supersticious or Stevie Wonder. in general, boost the signal, so difference in volume required. So all in very good clean

    In crunch, ca does too. Easy to get a-kind-M-or red hot, with what is behind of course. the rhythms are very pleasant to do as much as listen. all positions are usable, it is my favorite channel (the rhythm is the "memory of the future" live, a clean overboosted with a slight gain, round and drooling).

    In saturation, let's be clear that's not it. it helps to rock nice, but forget the Giant Peach is not a H / S / S. AC will still be audible as long as there is not too much gain. it is best to change scratch for power chords, even if it goes well. it is nevertheless a good banging chorus, with good pedal to boost ca all this does it well, good sustain, good offense is cool.

    Summary: excellent in clean and crunch, not for the big distos with large rhythmic but great for solos with what it takes to Bosst the distto, otherwise the sound becomes nasal
    9 / 10 for the lack of fishing but I knew the purchase

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years, I redid my opinion that was not really fair
    I tried a lot of models, TV or strata, but this one I liked for its handle, its versatility (5 positions + S1) and his beautiful mouth breathing quality.
    I like its clean and crunch, the feeling that it brings (to compensate for the lack of fishing is thought of more simple melody and variation of pace and attack), its good agreement, without being precise vibrato nag The look, the sustain.
    I do not like the knobs of shit, the lack of consistency in fishing and disto

    Finally, I use it for funk, blues and soft rock that does not require a big sound. ca for it fulfills its role very well, it's a great value.
    I would do without hesitation that choice, it really brings something to the user.

    9 / 10 for the slight gap, but the guitar is not perfect! ;)
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Better with alder

    Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash [2004-2010]Published on 08/17/11 at 10:14
    Fender has been building guitars for half a century now and they have changed little about the classic American Fender Strat that has made them so famous. These guitars have been so popular that nothing other than the Fender telecaster and the Gibson Les Paul have made such a huge impact on the guitar world. Many other builders have copied this design and body shape and some have made it better but nothing says rock n roll like an American red Stratocaster.

    This one has an ash body which is not my favorite when it come to Strat guitars. I would much rather prefer the alder body wood with the maple neck wood. This will make the guitar thinner and lighter in sound compared to the alder wh…
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    Fender has been building guitars for half a century now and they have changed little about the classic American Fender Strat that has made them so famous. These guitars have been so popular that nothing other than the Fender telecaster and the Gibson Les Paul have made such a huge impact on the guitar world. Many other builders have copied this design and body shape and some have made it better but nothing says rock n roll like an American red Stratocaster.

    This one has an ash body which is not my favorite when it come to Strat guitars. I would much rather prefer the alder body wood with the maple neck wood. This will make the guitar thinner and lighter in sound compared to the alder which is a little warmer with the alder.

    UTILIZATION

    Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash Electric Guitar Features:

    Model Name: American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash
    Series: American Deluxe Series
    Body: ash with contoured heel and body
    Neck: maple, modern "C" shape
    Fingerboard: maple or rosewood (depending on the color), with compound radius
    Pickups: 3 Noiseless N3 Strat pickups (neck/middle/bridge)

    Controls: master volume (with s-1 switch),
    Tone 1. (neck pickup),
    Tone 2. no-load tone control (middle and bridge pickups)

    Pickup switching: 5-position blade and 2-position push/push S-1
    Bridge: Fender Deluxe 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with pop-in arm
    Machine heads: Fender Deluxe Staggered Cast/Sealed locking tuning machines
    Hardware: chrome
    Pickguard: 3-Ply Mint Green on 700 (3-Color Sunburst) and 770 (Sunset Metallic), Brown Shell on 720 (Amber) and 723 (Olympic Pearl), 3-Ply Black on 759 (Tungsten)
    Strings: Fender 250L Nickel Plated Steel Ball End, (.009 to .042), p/n 073-0250-403
    Accessories: cable, strap, polishing cloth
    Case: New molded Fender-exclusive/SKB case with TSA locks, glass reinforced nylon trigger latches, and form fitted plush interior

    Unique features:
    Compound Radius fretboard
    Noiseless N-3 Strat pickups
    Reconfigured S-1 switching
    2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with pop-in arm
    Locking tuning machines
    Contoured heel
    New molded Fender-exclusive/SKB case with TSA locks, glass reinforced nylon trigger latches, and form fitted plush interior

    SOUNDS

    I love the look of the three tone sunburst Fender Strat. These guitars do not change from any other Fender Stratocaster that anyone has ever played. This guitar will work in any environment. If you have played one American Fender Stratocaster than you know exactly how one sounds. The tone of this guitar is exquisite.

    They sound good with Fender amps , with Mesa Boogie amp as well as they with any Marshall. They sound just flat out amazing to me. There isn't too much variation of tone between Strats. They either sound like a Stratocatser or they sound like a Telecatser. You can definitely hear the difference. Something to be said about the original and you can get boutique all you want but the Fender Strat is still a staple in rock music. So the 50th Anny is a cool way to remember the first original rock guitar master.

    OVERALL OPINION

    At new these guitars come in right at around $1600, which is a great price for a guitar that is built in America. This guitar just screams to be played and played hard. You can a great sounding guitar for under $2000 and many places online will include free shipping and depending on where you live you can get no tax which is even better. I highly recommend this guitar to anyone flirting with the idea of getting an American classic deluxe built guitar. It is a one high performance machine.
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Bigger low end

    Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash [2004-2010]Published on 08/16/11 at 18:19
    While alder is their main wood that Fender likes to use, they're also known for their ash bodies. The ash bodies bring a different flavor to the table that none of the other strats seem to have. This guitar has an ash body with a one piece maple neck, 22 frets, two point tremolo, three single coil configuration, one volume, two tones and a five way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The major issue this guitar had was that the nut needed to be reshaped a bit. There was a buzzing on the g string that wouldn't go away no matter what angle the string was at. Some work with my nut files fixed that bit up, but it's just something to keep in mind. The frets on this were pretty good without too man…
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    While alder is their main wood that Fender likes to use, they're also known for their ash bodies. The ash bodies bring a different flavor to the table that none of the other strats seem to have. This guitar has an ash body with a one piece maple neck, 22 frets, two point tremolo, three single coil configuration, one volume, two tones and a five way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The major issue this guitar had was that the nut needed to be reshaped a bit. There was a buzzing on the g string that wouldn't go away no matter what angle the string was at. Some work with my nut files fixed that bit up, but it's just something to keep in mind. The frets on this were pretty good without too many issues. They were a touch flat, but they were nice and even. The ends were also rounded, so they don't cut your hand every time you go up and down the neck.

    SOUNDS

    The first thing I should mention is that ash bodied guitars tend to have extended lows and highs. This can work out nicely with strats at times, but it can also make them too bright if you have the wrong pickups in it. This had the Fender SCN pickups in it, and they were great. The bridge was super powerful and fat sounding, but it had enough treble to cut. The neck got an awesome vowely/bubbly lead tone going on, and the in-between positions were awesome for that quack sound. However, they're not terribly dynamic, so low gain guys might not enjoy them.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The ash bodied version of this guitar has more bass and more high end. It gives you a fatter sound, but it also allows you to cut more. Some people really like this, and some dislike it. In reality, you just gotta play it and see how much you like it yourself. I also find them to be a tad heavier than normal alder bodied strats, so keep that in mind.
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Dr. Feelgood!!!

    Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash [2004-2010]Published on 08/08/11 at 22:25
    This is one American classic guitar. These guitars are some the best Fender Stratocasters that has come out of Southern California in a while. The feel and tone of these guitars simply go back to the days when they were more a custom single piece guitars then what they have grown into today.

    This is basically the same guitar Mick Mars from Motley Crue uses on his touring stage. His of course has a Floyd Rose bridge so he can pull of those insane whammy squeals. However, the color scheme and everything looks about the same. I am a fan of Mick so I immediately recognized this guitar.


    UTILIZATION

    Model Name American Deluxe Ash Stratocaster®
    Body Premium Ash
    Neck Maple, Modern…
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    This is one American classic guitar. These guitars are some the best Fender Stratocasters that has come out of Southern California in a while. The feel and tone of these guitars simply go back to the days when they were more a custom single piece guitars then what they have grown into today.

    This is basically the same guitar Mick Mars from Motley Crue uses on his touring stage. His of course has a Floyd Rose bridge so he can pull of those insane whammy squeals. However, the color scheme and everything looks about the same. I am a fan of Mick so I immediately recognized this guitar.


    UTILIZATION

    Model Name American Deluxe Ash Stratocaster®
    Body Premium Ash
    Neck Maple, Modern “C” Shape,
    (Satin Polyurethane Finish)
    Fingerboard Rosewood (p/n 010-1400) or Maple (p/n 010-1402), 9.5” Radius (241 mm)
    No. of Frets 22 Medium Jumbo Frets
    Pickups 3 Samarium Cobalt Noiseless™ Strat® Pickups (Neck/Middle/Bridge)
    Controls Master Volume (with S-1™ Switch),
    Tone 1. (Neck Pickup),
    Tone 2. No-Load Tone Control (Middle and Bridge Pickups)
    Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade and 2-Position Push/Push S-1:
    S-1 Switch Up:
    Position 1. Bridge Pickup
    Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup in Parallel
    Position 3. Middle Pickup
    Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup in Parallel
    Position 5. Neck Pickup

    S-1 Switch Down:
    Position 1. Bridge Pickup in Series with Middle Pickup
    Position 2. Bridge Pickup in Parallel with Special Capacitor and in Series with Middle Pickup
    Position 3. Bridge/Middle/Neck Pickups with Neck and Bridge Pickups in Parallel and in Series with Middle pickup
    Position 4. Neck Pickup in Parallel with Special Capacitor and in Series with Middle Pickup
    Position 5. Neck Pickup in Series with Middle Pickup
    Bridge Fender Deluxe 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with Pop in Arm
    Machine Heads Fender®/Schaller® Deluxe Staggered Cast/Sealed Locking Tuning Machines
    Hardware Chrome
    Pickguard 4-Ply White Pearloid on (731),
    3-Ply Black on (750)
    3-Ply Mint Green on (752)
    Scale Length 25.5” (648 mm)
    Width at Nut 1.6875” (43 mm)
    Unique Features S-1 Switching,
    Aged Plastic Parts,
    Abalone Dot Position Inlays,
    Highly Detailed Fret and Nut Work

    SOUNDS

    I personally love the way this guitar brings back the simplicity of the electric guitar. Not a bunch of options on this guitar, but just the simple way the Leo intended it to be. These guitars will go well with any amp you play them in. I love the way the fat Strat sits with a good Marshall style amp or even a Fender Bassman. I dig the tone the the voicing of those amps and they are a perfect match to this guitar. Whatever you style of music may be this guitar can easily fit into your playing style. Even though it has single coil pickups in it you get still get a great beefy tone with the right amp or distortion pedal at your feet.



    OVERALL OPINION

    At new I have seen these guitars go for around $870. That is about the right price for an American made fender. There are a lot of bells and whistles on this guitar but just a simple volume and a couple tone knobs to go along with a pickup selector.
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  • nareckernarecker

    Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash [2004-2010]Published on 06/18/07 at 14:54
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    - In which country was it made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...):
    As the name implies, is a guitar made in USA factory in Corona.

    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
    The neck is maple with rosewood fingerboard 22 medium jumbo frets and pearl inlays.
    There are three microphones Samarium Cobalt Noiseless Start ® ™ (single coil pickups of course ^ ^).

    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)
    It was a beautiful right easel with a vibrato like "Two-Point Synchronized Tremolo" with stainless steel saddles.

    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?

    1 volume knob and two tone (neck and bridge pickups).
    Also the volume knob i…
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    - In which country was it made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...):
    As the name implies, is a guitar made in USA factory in Corona.

    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
    The neck is maple with rosewood fingerboard 22 medium jumbo frets and pearl inlays.
    There are three microphones Samarium Cobalt Noiseless Start ® ™ (single coil pickups of course ^ ^).

    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)
    It was a beautiful right easel with a vibrato like "Two-Point Synchronized Tremolo" with stainless steel saddles.

    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?

    1 volume knob and two tone (neck and bridge pickups).
    Also the volume knob is equipped with the S-1 increasing the sonic possibilities.
    And a classic 5-way switch.

    - What type of race?
    Channel "C" very comfortable.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun?
    the case to say! Even with small mimine (which is my case!) The handle is extremely comfortable and very easy to jouer.Et that little varnish on the handle ... happiness I tell you my children!

    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    Asymmetrical heel provides easy access to aigus.je have not encountered any trouble to play the last fret.

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    Start a heavy enough it is still lighter than a LP.
    In terms of form, is a strat bah what! Access to the knobs is easy (to you the joys of young padawan violoning!) The system S-1 could not be easier to use and the micro switch is also easily accessible.

    - Gets it easy to sound good? ...

    see after ....

    SOUNDS

    Then it's heavy. The VERY HEAVY!
    I is not well defined style that I play a little with my envies.Je played on a Marshall 75 reverb (old amp transistor) with a wah wah ptite of his store in between.
    Once connected to a whole world! An ultra slamming his pickup defined, well and bluesy neck pickup. AND WHAT HER! The body of the animal vibrates chaqune solicitations of his torturer (me: p) it is subjected, it alone, she cries, we do not play: they caress, she speaks she answers .... it's magic .... I take me a little!
    The sound is so characteristic of the stratum. Intervene now the new system S-1: far from being a gadget it provides completely different microphone configurations and turns clear sound. Moving from a slamming of the single coil to humbucker type sound (I did say "type humbucker" is not an LP eh). The possibilities offered by the S-1 to 10 are the possible configurations of microphones.
    It is IMPOSSIBLE to get a bad sound of this guitar ... simply.
    Even if the "quality" of a sound is very subjective (same total) can only recognize and be impressed by this guitar.Du clean to make you cry in his crunchy Péchu well, it sends the matron!
    It is a feverish hand, copra dripping sweat and glassy eye I imagine it could give an amp in its height (with beautiful lamps that shine, yum) ...

    NB: For those wanting the Norvegian thrash metal hardcore kill your mom you can go elsewhere: it is not made for that.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a week.
    This is a fabulous scratch. A real favorite and that's what makes it special (sniff).
    Whether at the finish (a tobacco sunburst any bôôôôté) or sound, it's magic. The Tobac (co) is not taboo!
    After owning a Jackson Soloist and tried Slsmg moults LP, TV and other strata, it is the one I chose. As with any scratches that level (and price range) it must be a favorite. So yes it is expensive. But the finish is to hauteur.La wood quality, finish, everything shows that we bought is a exception object.
    I would do without hesitation that choice for a second because it is an exceptional instrument, the guitar of a lifetime. It goes something between us!
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  • helvete08helvete08

    Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash [2004-2010]Published on 10/14/08 at 11:49
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    -N / C
    Played on a jai-possessing great Seymour Duncan and another with a kit emg-hz
    The same vintage vibrato-usual
    -Our terms of potencial jai aspet have noticed the same as the other fender and other reps of the model, and the connection of microphones are still basic
    -Maple neck, body aulnme 21frets ...

    UTILIZATION

    -Handle is typical of that of a fender, large and decorated with a lacquer which is Reche exes. Is a handle disagreeable
    -It is noted that a new commme same evidence it is a fender on this point, while the sleeve has only 21 frets which only 14 are actually playable
    This may change-stratocaster other and is therefore very heavy, the shape and banal but i…
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    -N / C
    Played on a jai-possessing great Seymour Duncan and another with a kit emg-hz
    The same vintage vibrato-usual
    -Our terms of potencial jai aspet have noticed the same as the other fender and other reps of the model, and the connection of microphones are still basic
    -Maple neck, body aulnme 21frets ...

    UTILIZATION

    -Handle is typical of that of a fender, large and decorated with a lacquer which is Reche exes. Is a handle disagreeable
    -It is noted that a new commme same evidence it is a fender on this point, while the sleeve has only 21 frets which only 14 are actually playable
    This may change-stratocaster other and is therefore very heavy, the shape and banal but it is found pleasant, however the points standing crush the cage, and it becomes even toracique painful
    -For what it is sound and there is similar to another enjoyable and entrainnait to play against but for the rest and totally banish a

    SOUNDS

    He should do nothing to my style of music q'il I can not get any power in his virtuosity eet and any notes are being stifled because ensourdine, cepandant it is not revealed at the pleasure clenching but gain with distortion is nonexistent.
    "I played this guitar with an amp peawey day, but at one and two fender ibanez tone blaster including a different .....
    -Despite all the settings of the guitar I could not delay the point of neglecting his sound.
    It's a clenching revealed the short term may very efficase are clean with a very powerful amp it will add a touch of spice but come with its bold éttoufant all his notes it is very irritating. noted that the bold looks are hamputé each note adds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not use it anymore mavait sometimes served in place last year.
    I could say what I like least if it is the idea that people are above this
    I does not wish to acquire it has
    -D 'after all the factors that can be déscevant, I think that e value for money is horribly also dailleurs talking with a friend holding a magasinde music we could noticed that other brands such meeting starts at fender to this trend what paid our head
    I is not so chosen, however, I recommend a front fender else.
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Quality MIA Strat

    Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash [2004-2010]Published on 03/19/11 at 06:03
    The Fender American Deluxe Ash Strat is pretty much the same as all the other deluxe series guitars. This particular one has an ash body which gives it some awesome bottom end and a sparkling top end. The pickups are Fender's SCN which was developed in conjunction with Bill Lawrence. It features the standard 2 point trem, sculpted neck joint, 9.5'' radius and pretty much everything you'd find on a standard MIA guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    Fender did a pretty good job with the MIA series. However, there's nothing that really sets it apart from the other strats that Fender offers. Sure, this has an ash body and SCN pickups, but aside from that, there's nothing really new going on. I gue…
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    The Fender American Deluxe Ash Strat is pretty much the same as all the other deluxe series guitars. This particular one has an ash body which gives it some awesome bottom end and a sparkling top end. The pickups are Fender's SCN which was developed in conjunction with Bill Lawrence. It features the standard 2 point trem, sculpted neck joint, 9.5'' radius and pretty much everything you'd find on a standard MIA guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    Fender did a pretty good job with the MIA series. However, there's nothing that really sets it apart from the other strats that Fender offers. Sure, this has an ash body and SCN pickups, but aside from that, there's nothing really new going on. I guess you could mention the rolled fretboard edges, but other manufacturers have been doing that before and don't even list it as a feature. The biggest flaw on mine was the frets weren't fully crowned. They were a bit flat, but at least they were level.

    SOUNDS

    I really loved the sound of this guitar. It absolutely screams with the SCN pickups. These are probably some of my favorite single coils. However, if you're expecting an authentic single coil tone, I don't recommend them. If you don't mind the more modern sound, I highly recommend you check them out. The bridge is very powerful, and the neck sounds wonderful. They're also crazy quiet to boot. These models came with a push button on the volume pot that enables a capacitor to thicken things up, but it usually just makes everything sound muddy.

    OVERALL OPINION

    With most Fenders, I recommend playing a few before actually buying one. Even the MIA ones can be a bit hit or miss. That said, this is a great guitar, and those that hate ash might even be convinced it's a good tone wood with this guitar. If Fender would have added a compound radius neck, this guitar could have been wonderful. Thankfully, they recently started doing just that, but their price point is taking them into Suhr territory. If they don't fix their price, their relevance in today's world might start to fade.
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