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Fender Deluxe Lone Star Stratocaster [2013-2015]
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Deluxe series.

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  • sydnsydn

    Good but ...

    Fender Deluxe Lone Star Stratocaster [2013-2015]Published on 09/13/14 at 15:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mexican Strat
    The guitar body is alder, maple bolt-on neck (4 screws) with a C-shaped profile and rosewood or maple finishes next, with a 9.5 "radius, 22 frets
    2 texas special pickups and a Fender Twin Head splitable humbucker at the bridge.

    UTILIZATION

    Not much to complain about, the handle is nice for the price range is pretty good, then it's a key strat typed what, must love. With a country-rock game it really does. You want to "bounce" your fingers.
    Access to acute is correct (again, it's a strat, not a guitar for the metal at the base)
    Vibrato is fragile and quickly tune the guitar. It should be used with great restraint.
    The handle was incorrectly set upon purchas…
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    Mexican Strat
    The guitar body is alder, maple bolt-on neck (4 screws) with a C-shaped profile and rosewood or maple finishes next, with a 9.5 "radius, 22 frets
    2 texas special pickups and a Fender Twin Head splitable humbucker at the bridge.

    UTILIZATION

    Not much to complain about, the handle is nice for the price range is pretty good, then it's a key strat typed what, must love. With a country-rock game it really does. You want to "bounce" your fingers.
    Access to acute is correct (again, it's a strat, not a guitar for the metal at the base)
    Vibrato is fragile and quickly tune the guitar. It should be used with great restraint.
    The handle was incorrectly set upon purchase (ahh these Mexican! Even if they are better today I must admit), but I never got really glimpse a few weeks later, when I realized that despite being granted to empty, it rang false in the treble. Normal: twisted handle. So remember to do the deal when you purchase outright, anyway I guess the warranty covers it. I personally have not used the guarantee because the store was a bit far and I pretty quickly decided to change pickups, and therefore leaves to go to the luthier, so to do there at all.

    SOUNDS

    In the neck position, texas special works miracles! Just for this position, the guitar is worth the cost, it grooves, are dynamic, character, warmth. One feels in the bayou!
    In middle position, it's pretty bland, as often, but arpeggio suddenly it's not bad, fairly neutral and clear.
    The bridge position, with the humbucker split in singles, it's really a typical strat sound, crystallized and banging. But it lacks a little presence for my taste. In doubles, there are the presence, no doubt. It's sending the steak as they say, the sound is powerful and dynamic. But I admit not too much love, too acute, assaulting my eardrums. I wanted a double easel aggression, but not like this, I wanted softer rock to see the big metal not nag too. It may deceive a few seconds in a song, but it quickly shows its limits. In reality, the humbucker is more for survitaminer blues. No more.
    So I'm a bit disappointed all the same, so that I changed pickups for Duesenberg, which have a large output level (so I had to lose texas special handle to balance the output levels ). Crunchbucker of the Duesenberg is huge, I love it. Oh yes, I can do metal, slap, plus there has character. Basically, duesenberg specializes in Les paul like to give to my strat more heat in the whole, but when the split crunchbucker is simple, I find the sound fender typical lens. The sound in the neck position is less "cowboy" that texas special, but very warm, while retaining the typical dynamics of this position.
    These are microphones so I recommend, by the way, to have a slightly unusual sound while keeping the main features of a strat. Plus they are beautiful, my strat is beautiful with (see photo).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it a year ago, and I finally was quickly disappointed about the use I wanted to do. But since I do have boosted by luthier who asked Duesenberg pickups, I am delighted. Obviously this is not a high end guitar, but the value for money is quite frankly (once re-set !!!).
    Primarily intended to, rock or blues big, it shows its limits in a more powerful registry, but by boosting a little, she easily has the bearing of a guitar in 1000 and € becomes very versatile.
    In original configuration is somptuseuse in clean (neck position), or with a creamy crunch and sustain, whatever the position used.
    Today, I look at going upmarket, with guitars to sound more precise. I designed a Suhr. But even if the Suhr approaches the high end strat, I would not want to sell it anytime soon, because with its new pickups it to still own it to her. Without these pickups I certainly revendrais for my new acquisition to come.
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  • wrigleyxwrigleyx

    great guitar, great sound, great face!

    Fender Deluxe Lone Star Stratocaster [2013-2015]Published on 03/27/11 at 15:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    the handle is a Start Standard 9.5 by medium jumbo, and I love my sleeves "Standard Stratocaster" precisely, which I find comfort and grip ideal.
    the medium jumbo are just finer than jumbos is very good.

    my Lone Star is a sunburst made in mexico, perfectly realized, without default in the hoop and finishing in general, the factory setting was very good.
    I put a little change in the vibrato glued to the body because I do not use it all.


    UTILIZATION

    she is super versatile and it sounds especially in anything, even my old Bandit 112 that never rang, and it works very well.

    compared to my American Standard, the difference in performance is still subtle enough ..... well, I did …
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    the handle is a Start Standard 9.5 by medium jumbo, and I love my sleeves "Standard Stratocaster" precisely, which I find comfort and grip ideal.
    the medium jumbo are just finer than jumbos is very good.

    my Lone Star is a sunburst made in mexico, perfectly realized, without default in the hoop and finishing in general, the factory setting was very good.
    I put a little change in the vibrato glued to the body because I do not use it all.


    UTILIZATION

    she is super versatile and it sounds especially in anything, even my old Bandit 112 that never rang, and it works very well.

    compared to my American Standard, the difference in performance is still subtle enough ..... well, I did not add, they are 2 very good guitar.

    SOUNDS


    the Texas Special ..... what to say, but what his nan!
    strat ultimate sound!
    it's brilliant, it's deep ..... listen for yourself:

    with a small delay is magic!
    and with a tube screamer is devastating, as SRV.

    I found a pile under the bridge Mi acute Pearly Gates for more brilliant in the middle position + acute, with a double to give you the advantage of a lead position "Start" exellent, I spend sometimes CHECKPOINTS this hour '.

    The neck pickup is deep at will, the microphone mid twang like a real mic blues, it is less greasy than my strat Kenny Wayne Shepherd (KWShepherd my mics sound warmer), and the center position + handle is perfect, is the intro to Testify in fact.

    The Pearly Gates Heavy Rock sound, rather than Metallica Gun's N'Roses what.
    Like many, it sounds pretty hot then, with palm mute and flexibility.
    The sound here in a book so heavy rock:

    for sound, I note 11:)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it about 2 months and I'm really happy.
    I play on it every day!
    strata are the sounds ideal!
    I would do without hesitation that choice, I compared it with the SRV Start of a friend .... yes, SRV Start, we feel that he's behind a good violin "compact" etc. .... my Lone Star defended himself very honorably. I was expecting, of course, to an obvious difference, but the Lone Star sounds of thunder, believe me:)
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