Show me your Natural strats.

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by ChrisThompson, Feb 21, 2008.

  1. ChrisThompson

    ChrisThompson Member

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    I've got a natural partsocaster, alder body finished in tru-oil, and it currently has a white pickguard.

    I like it, but it feels like it could be more.

    So, let's see 'em. Natural Strats!
     
  2. MuseCafeChris

    MuseCafeChris Senior Member

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    My '03 Highway One Strat, in action a couple Sundays ago:

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  3. cvansickle

    cvansickle Supporting Member

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    Here's my favorite piece of ash!
     
  4. ChrisThompson

    ChrisThompson Member

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    Only two? Those look great, but keep 'em coming!
     
  5. OldSchool

    OldSchool Senior Member

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    Same here. I just put a custom Pick Guard on it:

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    GREAT neck and the Irish Bare Knuckle Pick ups just sound fantasic. [​IMG]
     
  6. iaresee

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    Schecter California Custom. Swamp ash body with a light oil finish. I remember, when I was younger, wondering why people though Les Pauls sustained so much better than Strats. Of course now I know why I thought the question was strange: my view was askew. My Schecter copy of a Strat can hang with a Les Paul any day of the week. :)

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  7. teleman1952

    teleman1952 Member

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    It started put as an 88 Strat Plus, but with a WD neck installed in 90 and SD Antiquitys installed about five years ago it is now a partsocaster. It plays like a
    dream.
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