ROAD WORN 60's Relic Strat Mexi -

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Liquid Sunshine, Dec 17, 2009.


  1. Liquid Sunshine

    Liquid Sunshine Member

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    I went to pick up strings yesterday and played one and WOW! I now have G.A.S attack for one now. They had it used in the Olympic White. I fell in love with the 6105 frets and vintage tremolo and the 7.25 radius. I was suprised it was made in mexico but damn made my hard tail ash Strat seem harder to play now. I am so.. so.. soooo.. broke i can't even think of buying a guitar now but wow i know what i want atleast when i do. ;)
     
  2. Drew816

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    I went to Sam Ash to check out an amp, picked up a Mexi Strat and was more impressed with the Start than I was the amp I went over to see. I don't NEED one but if I were in the market there are some mighty fine, well priced Mexi' offerings out there I'd be checking out very closely...

    Happy Playing!
     
  3. 73watermutt

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    I played a sunburst 60's roadworn at GC and was really suprised at how nice it was. The price is what kills it for me though.
     
  4. campfirehero

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    If they were the same price as the highway one I might be tempted. Oh and they need to come out with the black body, but with a rosewood neck not maple, arghhh!
     
  5. George Johnson

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    I think I've played a dozen of these (60's Strat). Four were decent, four were quite
    good and four were just plain great sounding Stratocasters. Real woody and musical.
     

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