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50's Partcaster
- Genuine Fender solid alder black body;
- Vintage style Fender trem assembly with stamped saddles & full-size Steel block;
- amber tinted one-piece maple AllParts neck. Medium 'V' carve with vintage specs (7.25" radius, 6230 frets, truss adjust at heel, etc.);
- Fender vintage tuners, string tree & 50's spaghetti script logo;
- aged white 3-ply guard with full-sized Fender pots, switch, and Fender 57/62 pickups

 

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Strat Plus...the last guitar I bought new...'91 maybe. Floyd Rose is set up more for David Gilmore style vibrato. I don't play it as much as I used to, but I am not looking to sell it either.
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Reverend Flatroc (1st gen import), Gibson Melody Maker (2003 variation), Tele Builds
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This is pretty much a Guitars Canada partcaster. Everything on it was bought off people here. It's a Squier Mahogany Fat Strat with Dimarzio super distortion pickups, WD music bridge and electronics, hipshot locking tuners. Nothing super fancy or expensive parts wise, but it looks, plays, and sounds great.
 

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2006 Jimmie Vaughan Signature. Bought from 12th Fret in Toronto in 20o7. It was on consignment. The Trem and paperwork were still in the plastic. I think there was 2 hours on it. The Soft V profile is what sold me. Year later I had Fender Hot Noiseless Pickups installed. I have a low tolerance to 60 cycle hum. These are not overly bright at all. Haven't been playing it as much over the last two years, but it is going nowhere.
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