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Fender Custom Shop Masterbuilt '62 Relic Stratocaster
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    Fender Custom Shop Masterbuilt '62 Relic StratocasterPublished on 01/31/10 at 06:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar is particulire because I assembled from several elements spars.

    - The body type 1960, in Alder (2 rooms) and date of 1997, t he built and painted by John Cruz / relic by Vince Cunetto (then or CS did not know how)

    - The handle type 1962, rosewood fingerboard, 21 frets, dates from 1996 and has also t built by John Cruz and varnish / relic by Vince Cunetto

    Therefore I would say it is a Masterbuilt! :-P

    - The power of vintage type tremolo just him Callaham Guitars (in my opinion one of the best blocks that we can find)

    - The microphones themselves are Slider's Vintage Classic custom made and a bit peculiar.
    - The magnets are a mix Alnico III (neck and center) and A…
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    This guitar is particulire because I assembled from several elements spars.

    - The body type 1960, in Alder (2 rooms) and date of 1997, t he built and painted by John Cruz / relic by Vince Cunetto (then or CS did not know how)

    - The handle type 1962, rosewood fingerboard, 21 frets, dates from 1996 and has also t built by John Cruz and varnish / relic by Vince Cunetto

    Therefore I would say it is a Masterbuilt! :-P

    - The power of vintage type tremolo just him Callaham Guitars (in my opinion one of the best blocks that we can find)

    - The microphones themselves are Slider's Vintage Classic custom made and a bit peculiar.
    - The magnets are a mix Alnico III (neck and center) and Alnico V (bridge) with a "stagger" type '54 (a little lower under the G string)
    - The copper wire coil is used for the NOS in 1957.
    - The rest of the SPECIFICATIONS are typical of the era of vintage microphones

    - The electronic component is a blend of RS Guitarworks with a somewhat special wiring again. The tonality of the medium is normally cbl (neck pickup), however the deuxime Tone is on the bridge pickup instead of the middle pickup and has a push-pull function to pass the combined positive (2 and 4 on the slecteur) PARALLEL of (classical) asri (type humbucker). This is a feature found on some Fender guitar under the name S-1. This adds a little more flexibility in sound palette.

    I put my 9 / 10 because I find it difficult to imagine a better term qualitfonctionnalit for a Start. I could put 10 because it is not a vintage guitar but a "rplique" customs and perfection does not exist it seems! :-)

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