My Strat is finally done!


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Well here it finally is. After 6 years here is my Strat finished. This thing sounds like a Les Paul with a single coil in the middle. That is the sound  I was looking for on this one.

Solid Mahogany body with a Wild Maple top. The finish is Blue Burst. The neck is quartersawn Flame Maple with flatsawn Brazilian Rosewood with Mother of Pearl inlays finished is gloss.
Pickups are the following...

In the neck position a Seymour Duncan Little 59.

In the middle position is a Seymour Duncan SSL-4 Quarter Pounder.

In the bridge position is a Seymour JB Junior

This a very heavy guitar weighing in at 8 lbs. 12 oz.

Sustains forever.


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That's just beautiful. I really like the idea of mixing up the pickups like that.
That's alot like an idea I had a while back, but I was thinking Dimarzios: Air Norton S, Pro Track, Tone Zone S is their respective positions with 3 on/off/on toggles.  ON/series, OFF, ON/parallel.  One of these days I might get around to it if I remember.  Cool build Dennq! :rock-on:
Really nice figure and color, congratulations. One thing about this pic - better keep your babie away from speakers. Speakers magnets may influence (even damage) your pickup magnets.
Thepriebster said:
Very nice guitar!
Please excuse my ignorance, but what kind of amp is that?
Thanks!      :icon_scratch:

That is my Bass amp. A Traynor YBA 200-2 and matching cab.