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Fender Custom Shop Time Machine '60 Stratocaster Closet Classic
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    Fender Custom Shop Time Machine '60 Stratocaster Closet ClassicPublished on 02/28/06 at 14:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's just a custom shop in Corona, the workshop's Custom Shop. It has 21 frets, 3 single coil microphone 60's. Mine is mounted with the 5-way switch (I bought it used). The handle is an "early 60's C shape", I think.

    UTILIZATION

    I tried the Rory Gallagher's custom shop relic, and it exatement the same sensations, the handle is fine, it is sweet and I feel much less fatigue after several hours with my old "american standard". The access is as easy to acute with us a standard. The balance of the guitar is much better, it is surprisingly balanced standing! The weight semblemoins important. But the most fabulous of the play is empty. It is a wonder sustain vibration is difficult to e…
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    It's just a custom shop in Corona, the workshop's Custom Shop. It has 21 frets, 3 single coil microphone 60's. Mine is mounted with the 5-way switch (I bought it used). The handle is an "early 60's C shape", I think.

    UTILIZATION

    I tried the Rory Gallagher's custom shop relic, and it exatement the same sensations, the handle is fine, it is sweet and I feel much less fatigue after several hours with my old "american standard". The access is as easy to acute with us a standard. The balance of the guitar is much better, it is surprisingly balanced standing! The weight semblemoins important. But the most fabulous of the play is empty. It is a wonder sustain vibration is difficult to express in words. all the strings ring out longer, and give you a feeling unheard.

    SOUNDS

    For the blues, blues rock and rock is huge ... Plugged into my Rivera (lamps: chubster 40), one really understands what all the magazines and critics chronicling this guitar mean .... The volume allows for all sounds, from light to heavy crunch through the canal and a saturated light crunch and a fairy on the clean channel .... You can access the sounds of the 70 'type gallagher etc ... With only the volume of the guitar. It is truly amazing. This allows guitarists to move forward, because the range of sonic possibilities you can work the way its really new. The five positions are really different and they all sound incredible.
    The sustain is very good crunch sounds and riffs being rediscovered by new day ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had three months and I keep being surprised by its possibilities. it's really an exceptional guitar, at least for the style of music I play. You can actually make your ring intros "little wind" or "castles made of sand" without using something other than your amp ...
    Everything is great in this guitar. The most significant is difficult to raise, by one against incredible aspect is the accuracy of the volume and sound balance between the different strings ... No one does more than he does not need the other ... For a regular strats "normal" is really new and fabulous. I tried many strata that do not seem to me far superior to mine, many beautiful gibson with whom I had difficulty in obtaining accurate notes as large as I want to play the music I play, and Rory Gallagher's a custom shop that amazed me, I feel that the 60 srtat the custom shop and gallagher, except the decor is really very very very similar.
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