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Squier Double Fat Strat 7HT
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Squier belonging to the Stratocaster series.

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  • galiboisgalibois

    Squier Double Fat Strat 7HTPublished on 08/24/05 at 16:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    She made t indonsie as marked on the back of his head.
    It's team of 22 frets, 2 single coil pickups and one double (with respect to the height of the double rgler)
    I know the REFERENCE of the bridge but it's not a floyd is the trick with the classical vibrato to go to the grave ...
    2 Tone knobs and one volume, select 4 for the micro
    7 bridge neck (logic, it is a 7-string)

    UTILIZATION

    Personally, I find this really enjoyable race, it is quite wide and it feels good against the palm of his left hand, we do not feel like playing on a chopstick.
    Access to acute and not too hard ... However the last fret (18/22) on the larger strings are hard enough to chopper because of the…
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    She made t indonsie as marked on the back of his head.
    It's team of 22 frets, 2 single coil pickups and one double (with respect to the height of the double rgler)
    I know the REFERENCE of the bridge but it's not a floyd is the trick with the classical vibrato to go to the grave ...
    2 Tone knobs and one volume, select 4 for the micro
    7 bridge neck (logic, it is a 7-string)

    UTILIZATION

    Personally, I find this really enjoyable race, it is quite wide and it feels good against the palm of his left hand, we do not feel like playing on a chopstick.
    Access to acute and not too hard ... However the last fret (18/22) on the larger strings are hard enough to chopper because of the width of sound.
    The shape, well, it's a Start 'which it is not heavy but not too lightweight.
    The original pickups are very good and would come back down.

    SOUNDS

    To me that makes the metal, double micro spits his guts in an exceptional way. With a good distortion you get very easily have a big well "Darkness" especially on the string IF (severe) raah ... I find it enjoyable to me.
    The pickups are also very simple good for arpeggios and chords.
    I play a Peavey Studio Pro 112 with a Digitech RP200 pedals or the sound recorder numrique BOSS 1100B.
    So the double has a very heavy and screaming and simple "fluid" and flexible enough vintage
    So a big + at this level (especially given the price)

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been almost a year now I have the scratches, motivated by the nerve of me to play dsaccorder of metal.
    Its sound is really bleufant ... I dplore that the lack of a Floyd ...
    No, I t immediately packed and in addition I bought it new at a discount 250 (seems that it would be in the 500/600 ...) because the store could not sell it ... So for me, excellent price quality ratio. After those who pay the 500, is very correct.
    I have no desire to Spar instrument so yes, I would do this choice and I advice to lovers of big sounds of the test without further ado, it's really good 7-string
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  • rolandhrolandh

    Squier Double Fat Strat 7HTPublished on 09/08/07 at 16:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Indonesia. Fixed bridge everything from classic, and it's just fine. Volume adjustment, tone adjustment and a 3 position switch. Very traditional too. The handle is screwed, very pleasant, neither too large nor too late. Like all 7-string (I tried anyway ...), it seems that it tends to "bite the neck", but nothing too serious and much less than many other guitars more expensive than I was fortunate to have in his hands. For a 7-string, it is rather "compact" and is easily in a bag 6 string classical (that is rare enough to be reported).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, it was soon in hand (what fender ...). Access to acute is not difficult but there are only 22 frets …
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    Made in Indonesia. Fixed bridge everything from classic, and it's just fine. Volume adjustment, tone adjustment and a 3 position switch. Very traditional too. The handle is screwed, very pleasant, neither too large nor too late. Like all 7-string (I tried anyway ...), it seems that it tends to "bite the neck", but nothing too serious and much less than many other guitars more expensive than I was fortunate to have in his hands. For a 7-string, it is rather "compact" and is easily in a bag 6 string classical (that is rare enough to be reported).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, it was soon in hand (what fender ...). Access to acute is not difficult but there are only 22 frets ... The weight and ergonomics are quite acceptable, moyennne. I was pleasantly surprised her. I was expecting something "just" and it is well above his expectations for a guitar "made in indonesia" ... except for the 7th string (most serious), given at home in LA and I think sound a bit less accurate than others. But this may be a problem of pulling ... In short, in any event a pleasant surprise.

    SOUNDS

    I play metal, so thoroughly saturated, and it works well. For example, I have a Jackson Dinky D7 with Seymour Duncan and the result (the Squier ...) is just not as good in distortion, and even better in clean. I use a Rocktron Piranha and a Digitech Valve Fx, all on one PA Marshall 9000 series tube. The range of sounds is complete with a small problem for the chord of the grave (but I chipotte ...)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year. What I like most: space, ergonomics, simplicity. What I like least: its looks (I'm not very strat ...) I played with 7-string Ibanez and Jackson and is just a hair below, and again, changing the micro (the I will do when I have a few tunes, o)), I think she could compete with the much more expensive guitar yet.
    Last little note: the mechanical. As soon as I got it in hand, I was a little confused by the mechanics as they respond really well, with great precision, so much so it took me a few days to get used to it.
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