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Fender Standard Fat Strat HSS [?-2005]
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Fender Standard Fat Strat HSS [?-2005]

STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Stratocaster series.

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jtheb jtheb
Publié le 12/25/08 à 11:39
Mexican!
21 frets (unfortunately)
Pink Floyd .. 3 pickups (2 single, a fat "humbucker")
Channel Saddle / Rosewood (optional)

UTILIZATION

Handle very pleasing! (That's why I bought this guitar .. why I fell in love, looking primarily for an Ibanez or Epiphone)
CASC to treble very easy .. Unfortunately a 22nd box does have much appreciated .. (Very useful .. there are often bends 1 1 / 2 tone box in the 22nd solos .. so the bends of 2 1 / 2 tons on the 21st fret requires)
Excellent ergonomics!

SOUNDS

This is an excellent guitar for pop, rock, blues, jazz ...
But do not really ask for more .. Although the humbucker sr help, but it should not be relied upon, because it means we will not play metal with it ..
As I have a Fender Princeton amp Chorus, but I already played with Vox, Line 6 and Marshall ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar for 5 years!
The mere fact that I dplore is that it only has 21 frets ..
Otherwise it's a great guitar ... but not the metal!
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