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Fender Standard Stratocaster Satin [2003-2005]
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  • FrancodioFrancodio

    Fender Standard Stratocaster Satin [2003-2005]Published on 05/24/09 at 05:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Mexico

    Channel Saddle / Rosewood 21 frets

    Adjusting volume and 2 tones, so the classic strats

    UTILIZATION

    Very comfortable, strat requires:
    - Lger
    - Access to acute simplifibr /> - great ergonomics, quality wood impressive

    SOUNDS

    The clean is just a killer, 5 TRUE positions on the switch (from a Squier, it has changed a lot over), the clean sound is very nice typ blues, the switch makes it all pretty precise

    The sound is better now saturated than I thought (c'tait one of my fears), good "masters" of sound, 60s-70s rock typ

    No breath is really great, compared to my old Squier, there's no picture ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love the general q…
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    Made in Mexico

    Channel Saddle / Rosewood 21 frets

    Adjusting volume and 2 tones, so the classic strats

    UTILIZATION

    Very comfortable, strat requires:
    - Lger
    - Access to acute simplifibr /> - great ergonomics, quality wood impressive

    SOUNDS

    The clean is just a killer, 5 TRUE positions on the switch (from a Squier, it has changed a lot over), the clean sound is very nice typ blues, the switch makes it all pretty precise

    The sound is better now saturated than I thought (c'tait one of my fears), good "masters" of sound, 60s-70s rock typ

    No breath is really great, compared to my old Squier, there's no picture ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love the general quality of this guitar, all details are up signs Fender keys, wood is very well

    Level sound, no breath, the game is very pleasant

    I bought OCCAZ 390, 579 new if I remember correctly, it's a great quality price ratio.

    Coming from a Squier, I would do without hesitation that choice, even though my purchase is still recent.

    Feel free to ask questions;)
    EDIT:
    2 years after purchase, I always has, I still love it and my opinion has not changed.
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