Antonio Tsi Strat Bodies?

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  1. Funk-O-Meter

    Funk-O-Meter Member

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    That seller on ebay that does the elaborate inlayed and painted guitars for dirt cheap.

    Has anybody had any experience with their strats?

    What dimensions are the neck pockets and bridges?

    Can you fit standard fender necks on their bodies?

    Was thinking about picking one up just for the body and fitting better parts and neck to make a nice art guitar.
     
  2. Ampedusa

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    I bought one of the mandolins he sells. Very poor quality but looked nice from a few feet away. I wouldn't buy anything from him again unless it was a purely cosmetic piece.
     
  3. Funk-O-Meter

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    Well I was expecting to only use the painted/inlayed body. I'd replace everything else with parts I have already. If the body is cut to standard specs that is.
     
  4. DustyRhodesJr

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    The problem with his stuff is it is made in a country with very high
    humidity.

    When you get it over here where it is much drier, the wood can give
    you a lot of problems.
     
  5. onemoretime

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    I bought an ebony truss rod cover with abalone inlays. It split in 2 before I even got it on the guitar. Imagine what a guitar will do.
     

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