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Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster
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Fender Classic Player '60s Stratocaster
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Ptosh Ptosh

«  A real Fender Stratocaster with its »

Publié le 11/18/10 à 01:19
Made in Mexico
bridge with tremolo, 2 anchor points
Profile C
21 frets
radius 12 "
maple neck
Rosewood
mint green plastic
Alder body (3SB)
mikes custom 69 '

varnish of good quality, thick overcharged
neat finish


UTILIZATION

Handle type C, well proportioned
guitar Well Balanced
fun to play
add better springs for the tremolo is sensitive
the entire acastillage seems to be of good quality
the pickups are very good
the selector seems good

* The idea is to reproduce a stratum of the 60s there are still two inconsistencies: the bridge at 2 points, and the touch of radius 12 ". But it seems that these two" keys "of modernity has been preferred for better and playability required to agree. ... is questionable



SOUNDS

Ideal guitar for blues, vintage rock, reggae
the sound is very distinctive "old strat.
very good answer to the effects while remaining in vintage sonnortités
three microphones sound very diiron and flute (the bridge pickup seems lower quality) and intermediate positions give a very warm and crystalline sound.
love this guitar crunch when it is really in the blues rock that is Alais.


OVERALL OPINION

I play for 6 months

the price difference between this model and a model Mex. standard is not very important, yet the difference in quality is like no problem importante.elle comparison with the Start U.S. first prize in terms of quality and finish. cepeda we can not in any way compared to a "standard" us or Mex. It's a guitar in his typical, less polyvalant that "a" standard "less accurate than a" deluxe ". Is clearly made to evolve in style" in encien.

What is your opinion about the value for the price? Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...

... And if I was rich I pairi drectement genuine skyscraper of the 60 or ressiu .... but I am not rich and therefore it is the best choice for his "old strat" and a quality guitar.

really very telling of my purchase

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