Square Dance Caller
- Sep 12, 2008
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What's the story with this? It looks exactly like what I have in mind for a ratrod style strat built specifically for metal.
Nice. Pickups?Musikraft neck, KNE body, Warmoth guard that I drilled myself for the control layout, MJT finish and assembly... sort of a tribute to the Strat Vito Bratta used to record the Pride album.
Not the cheapest way to go, but MJT does great relicing on nitro finishes.
Hehe you guys are awful, thanks for the feedback. We'll see what happens. I had to vent though.
Sadly, no pics other than this:
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I took it because I found it infinitely amusing that the pickguard covers the side dots on the highest frets. I kinda love that, for some odd reason. You can tell I've never owned a guitar with a full pickguard.
They don't read differently? The sunset strip sounds like it'd be a JB esque pickup given what a lot of them were using.Whoops missed this... Tone Nerd Roxy in the bridge and a DiMarzio HS2 in the neck (the original was an HS2 / JB)
At least I think it's a Roxy, I have a Roxy and a Sunset Strip and can't remember which was which and they weren't labeled
Awesome either way. Hope it gets you the Pride stuff. I thought he had moved to the Steinberg by then, but maybe that was Big Game.
Ah, cool. Just don't destroy the wood where the bridge is. Lol.Nope Pride was recorded with the Strat, a tubescreamer, and a Plexi. The guitar literally blew up with the trem posts breaking out of the wood after the last recording session. Then he switched to the ESP strats ala the videos from Pride, then the Steinbergers.