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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by radiocure, May 23, 2020.
I remember this one.
This album pic gave maple neck sunbursts a bump in value [understatement].
Check out the tailpiece.
This thread is making me proud to own a strat. LOL.
this is definitely easily google-able, but what were the pickup covers made of on the early Strats, and how did Buddy break his like that?
Who knew Buddy Holly played a HH Strat?!
Bakelite. His pick attack wore the bottoms of the covers off.
Dave Murray’s iconic 57 Strat was Paul Kossoff’s 57 Strat. Or was it?
Scroll past the Les Pauls here.
Free - Top Of The Pops
Jump to 1:00 for a closeup solo
Is that Bill Gates?
I've always loved the look of the Dick Dale signature Strat but my fav is just the run-of-the-mill Time Machine '1960 Stratocaster' which doesn't seem to get talked about much.
Not my favourite band by any means, but I always liked the look of the guitar
Yes. Hard yes. Came in to post this. =w=
Because Dick Dale was the Man! (and there's a severe shortage of gold sparkle strats in the world)
Blackmore's original Deep Purple Strats, the Black one and the Sunburst. They rocked.
Walter Trout's 1970s hardtail.
Joe Perry and his various reverse Strats. First guy besides Hendrix or Dick Dale I saw playing one that way