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My 1962 Strat

slimdave

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Oct 6, 2012
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Really really nice! What a great catch. Any comments about the sound and playability?
 

PLarson

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Mar 7, 2009
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I think it's had a refret as well. It sounds great playing the blues. I only have an orange tiny terror right now (my old vox from 1966 got stolen), but I'm looking for an old plexi Marshall. I'm a lizzy fan, but for hard rock, I'd rather play my Les Pauls. :dude:
 

bigtomrodney

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Can I ask a favour please? I rebuilt my old 80s Japanese Strat a few years ago (well for the tenth time, but hopefully the last). I did a full nitro refin, new neck and a lot of new hardware really aiming for the '61/'62 vibe.

One thing I'm not sure of is bevels/contours. Is there any chance of a few side and back pics? If nothing else it may help me sleep better at night.

...or you know, build another guitar ##
 

PLarson

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Thanks all. I could do that Tom Rodney- I have a nice Nikon camera (this one was taken with my iPhone) I'll see what I can do....
 
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