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Swapped out the scratchplate on my Billy Corgan Strat this evening, I think it looks pretty good.
It does look very cool with the rails
Much better IMO.
I'm not mad on that later 70s strat look with the black "scratcher".
It is the most shattering experience of a young man's life, when one morning he awakes, and quite reasonably says to himself: "I will never play the Dane"
I really like that.
My name is Connor and I have a GAS problem.
I also have some videos of myself playing guitar. Here they are.
That's nice - and I'm not a start guy!
Not white enough for me, get more white - then we'll talk.
I'll get some bleach.
In my defence it has nice fat frets and a set of versatile rails, sustains superbly and has a great neck.
It is the actual review guitar that Fender gave Guitarist magazine when they released the Billy Corgan models and it got 4.5 stars and a heap of praise then as well.
Its the one here http://beta.musicradar.com/gear/all/...-167209/review
Last edited by stonevibe; 6th October 2012 at 10:46 PM.
Im pulling your leg man, she looks nice - I loved aged white with maple necks on Fenders! it's a great look.
..that's partially why I fell in love with my LaCab.
nice back story too, I bet those lace sensors sound gorgeous.
I'm getting lazy in my old age so was thinking of adding some Fender locking tuners. As I read they are a direct drop in replacement for the existing sealed tuners on these US Strats.
Anyone tried them?