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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Sam Cannon, Jan 10, 2008.
here's my kinda vintage.(well is older than i am)
1984 fender american standard.
my "new" '72 :BEER
since the 70s stuff seems to be vintage already I am happy to contribute:
left 2 right: '73, '72, '75, '76
sweet guitars in this thread!
Feb. '64 olympic white strat w/ '63 presence model bassman.
Perfect, just perfect. That's exactly what a strat should look like.
Now that is beautiful! Nice guit....
+1000...a perfect looking strat!
That's not a 1984 American Standard...in fact in '84 that model didn´t even exist. American Standards were first issued in very late '86/early '87. The E4 serial number decals (left overs from the CBS years) were used until '89. The only way to know for sure the year your guitar was made is by looking at the neck pocket where you can find the actual date of completion.
I'd bet that one is an '88. If you take a look at the neck pocket please let me know!
I have one just like that...only mine is a 60 Relic...it's the closest to an actual vintage guitar I can afford...hehe.
Simply amazing. Congrats.
'60 (refin by Lentz). Inherited from my Uncle Bill
Here's my old flame...a '64 Strat. Best guitar I ever owned in 40+ years in the game...but I was forced to sell her a few years ago when I unexpectedly lost my job and haven't since found a Strat that has her magic! Oh boy, how I miss her...:
Now that's a story that brings a grown man to tears What a beauty. I'm so sorry, hope something really good happens to you and you can buy another one.
Here's my 1969 Strat - lovely player, tone just right.........
VaughanC, Beautiful guitar. Heartbreaker of a story. I tell you this though, imho its better to have known and experienced such a sweet axe than not.
Sorry to hear that. Great one you had. Wow!