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Lets hear your Strats in Video's Please

MapleFlame

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I will start off with my 63 Strat and my 53 Super amp. I'm using a Boss Looper with the antiquated drum selection. I'm playing a Bass I found on the road for trash day LOL

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OK, against my better judgment, here's something I did at a coffeehouse a few years ago for Jimi's birthday. My 66 Strat with a transitional post-Clyde, pre-846 Vox wah I stumbled on.

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Michael Patrick

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roadrunner

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'58 Strat straight into a '59 Champ. If I remember correctly the producer put the amp in the studio's tiled bathroom for that classic "bathroom reverb":laugh2:

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mingus

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In this clip, I'm playing my '62 slab board Strat (refin Foam Green) into a '66 Princeton Reverb and a '60 Deluxe, both set fairly clean. It's not the best performance, but it is well-produced and all of the instruments can be clearly heard. It's a really good guitar and it gets a lot of use with this band.

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