Fender Stevie Ray Vaughan Stratocaster
Fender Stevie Ray Vaughan Stratocaster

Stevie Ray Vaughan Stratocaster, STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender in the Stevie Ray Vaughan series.

joemanix 07/09/2005

Fender Stevie Ray Vaughan Stratocaster : joemanix's user review


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Guitar made in United States, alder body in 2 parts.
Channel stocky, key type rosewood, 21 frets dunlop SPECIFICATIONS (Troit and high), spcial profile (wholesale), mechanical vintage.
Texas special pickups.
Vintage bridge of left-handed, acastillage gold plated, color sunburst, black plate sign SRV: trs pretty.


The handle is big, but for me no problem. The key is not too bomb, a love. The frets are particulires less enjoyable than conventional jumbo, but there again, no worries. The only small BLME is that with the vintage bridge, the strings are more cards with a standard bridge. Feedback, the strings are MI prs edges and be careful not to leave the field (I had to get used a strat APRS std US). This is reflected in the strato gnral vintage.
Access in acute is okay: it is a stratovolcano.
Left of the bridge requires some adaptation (especially to play "Lenny" with the whammy bar in hand), but quickly forgotten.
The guitar is quite heavy. Captures the gold plating on the sunburst, but gold is fragile wear.


This guitar has the personal.
The sound is superb, prcis, powerful, equilibrated in any combination of microphone.
Note: The team of mine is vintage noiseless, brilliant and sharp as acute, but not be aggressive. There is a grain and natural compression, Submitted even in clean sounds. saturation goes well. It's really good, the treble is exceptional.
I mount the texas specials (purchased new there is little to US on ebay.com, not expensive at all!) And I t of their sound "fine pitch". DSOL for the purists, but I quickly handed the noiseless. I dvelopperai this one day notice via microphones.
The volume SETTING THE trs behaves well is that the highs do not disappear suddenly with the level.
The dynamics are excellent, the nuances of the game are followed. There is also a good sustain. The big round of matrial and quality are probably for something.
With Texas, she especially loves the blues. With noiseless, there is a real stratovolcano, which can accommodate all.


I have this guitar since December 2004, bought secondhand US $ 880 (super state).
Trs vintage, it is not at the top of modernity but the expressiveness it brings inspires all pardons.
I had a good strat US standard before, this is the one step above (the more I think of the microphones). A good compromise might be a strat US deluxe.
New, but not given a layer of quality is a value sre.
I do not regret my choice.