Marko: Trevor Rabin's Strat

bpmorton777

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Marko,

sorry, maybe this should have been a PM. Anyway, I found a post of yours on another message board pointing to a replica of Treveo Rabin's strat. http://www.andagain.com/tt_trstrat.html

I remember you asking about my friend's TR strat and the irony is that this IS his guitar! I've played it at his studio.  :doh:

What they don't say here is that Allen has put in phase switching as well and I think the bridge is tight down with springs so it dosnt move anymore.

Brian
 

m4rk0

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Hey Brian, that is fantastic!!
I am still thinking about a replica myself.. only recently I found some close ups of the guitar...(see avatar)

I believe this one is from 'race to witch mountain' recordings

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not sure where this from
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blimpo

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Strats have got to be the most personalized instruments in the world.

There must be millions out there with no two exactly alike.
 

bpmorton777

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yeah, you can do so much to them and they take the uncoventional very well.

looks like time for Marko to start a new project!!

Brian
 

m4rk0

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Wow! Trevor has a signature Washburn now!!! I wonder if this means he will take a break from movies and start touring again!

also... 4 years later and I still haven't made a Rabin strat replica..:(

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bagman67

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INterestingly, it would actually be much easier to make a replica of the Washburn signature axe, it being a more conventional curly-maple-topped doodad. So you can play it that-a-way.  ANd who doesn't need a blue guitar, amiright?


Bagman

 
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