I’m pretty much set in my ways when it comes to guitars. Sure I’ve tried Les Pauls, Telecasters, and SG’s. But I always choose Stratocasters. Am I alone? Or do my fellow Gear Pagers own multiple Strats?Didn’t want to post another poll, by the way.
I’m pretty much set in my ways when it comes to guitars.Sure I’ve tried Les Pauls,Telecasters,SG’s.But I always choose Stratocasters.Im I alone?or do my fellow Gear Pagers own multiple Strats?Didn’t want to post another Poll,by the way. View attachment 607964 View attachment 607965 View attachment 607966
Some of us throw different pickups in them,so every strat becomes unique in its own way.At least that’s what I like too do.Just the one. And it’s a parts thing.
As an aside, I’ve never seen much point in owing multiple examples of the same guitar. Strats gonna Strat, right? Why do I need 4 of them?
That lonestar must have an incredible tone.I have four…
1) ‘97 Big Apple - refinished and converted to SSS
2) ‘00 Lonestar - replaced all three pickups (Imperial and two Lace)
3) ‘04 Highway One - full set Fralin SP43 pickups
4) ‘21 Noventa - stock
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I plan to buy another one later this year. Strats are home for me.
Yes I love em. I’m a band mix they sound stratty enough and no noise. Sure they don’t sound like a 50s or 60s strat but a more modern sound. I use the SA set, I don’t have any additional preamps or anything like the Gilmour set, just the basic volume tone tone. The battery last forever and the solderless install was a breeze.EMG’s in the 2000,must sound killer.