Vintage Strat's at Songbirds Museum

Discussion in '"Vintage" Instruments' started by sikoniko, Nov 12, 2017.

  1. trap

    trap Supporting Member

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    Great photos! I couldn’t help but notice the natural wear marks and dings on some of them. I’ve always been surprised at some of the deliberate relic jobs done on Guitars that are so much more extreme than that. I have Guitars that I’ve played on hundreds of gigs that aren’t beat up as some of the factory relic-ing.
     
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  2. DrumBob

    DrumBob Gold Supporting Member

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    There's no apostrophe in "Strats," BTW.
     
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  3. Anthony M

    Anthony M Silver Supporting Member

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    I didn't see what the name of the museum was? Would love to visit one day
     
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    Great pics, Tele's next please!
     
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    Imagine that Rosewood telecaster with a bigsby OMG :( it must weight 12lbs
     
  7. Pulsar

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    I held it. I'd say it's more. Maybe as much as 15.

    Also, I got to hold that 56 Strat in Biscay Green. (They wouldn't let me hold an Explorer) I've never seen another strat in that color. Am I off base in thinking that a 56 in that color is one of a kind?
     
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