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Fender Stratocaster [1965-1984]
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Fender Stratocaster [1965-1984]

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

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Published on 04/20/10 at 13:17
fender original 1974 100%
CBS period
natural relic of any beautbr /> craquele all sides
3.4kg
simple configuration: 3 microphones, 3 knobs, slecteur or 3 positions 5 positions if changs ...
maple neck
sunburst

USE

the handle is a rgal
profile C
branch in a tube amp is a rolls a rgal, it pushes your game without cesse..que either in the clear or saturated is nirvana
a rgal in games shades!

SONORITS

whatever the style is standard!
sound travels well through the guitar
when you play with it vibrates in the hands is allucinant ...
it sounds very crystalline
more and play with more one wants to play!
if you have the opportunity to try a good please do not hesitate!


NOTICE GLOBAL

it is the dream guitar, frankly it has nothing to envy strat pr cbs
when a ringing cbs did not pretend she grain is unique and so special that makes it a diva
when you have a guitar of this magnitude is for life!
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