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Show off your NON-Fender Strats

Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by LScero, Oct 15, 2011.

  1. LScero

    LScero Former Member

    Mar 15, 2011
    Hey guys,

    I wanted show to show off my two Strat-Style guitars !!!

    First :

    Seuf OF-19

    Alder Body
    Rock Maple Neck & FingerBoard
    Sheptone Pups


    E.J. Lynch Classic S

    Alder Body
    Rock Maple Neck
    Brazilian RW Fingerboard
    Budz PureBred Pups
    Callaham Hardware & Tremolo

    Let me see your guys stuff !!! Im beginning to love Strats more and more each time I play em !!!

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  2. Strat62

    Strat62 Friend of Leo's

    Feb 18, 2008
    Cambridge Vt.
    Here's my non-Fender Strats:

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  3. rangercaster

    rangercaster Friend of Leo's

    May 8, 2008
    portland, or
    i have a Samick Valley Arts (strat w/Tele body) and a Peavey [​IMG][​IMG] i spent a little over $300 ... for the pair ... brand new ...
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  5. Beachbum

    Beachbum Friend of Leo's

    Mar 11, 2009
    Sand Land
    Says Fender on the headstock but everything else not.


  6. DesmoDog

    DesmoDog Tele-Afflicted

    Apr 28, 2010
    Dexter, MI, USA
  7. ctte2112

    ctte2112 Tele-Holic

    Jun 19, 2011
    I can't show my non-Fender Strat, it's too embarrassing. SQUIRE BULLET

    Strat62, what is that cool sunburst Strat with the mirror pickguard and the sideways humbuckers?
  8. Swoop

    Swoop Tele-Meister

    Jan 17, 2010
    New Zealand
    Mine was built by a local guitar builder

    Here it is alongside my Esquire

    Pickups are Bareknuckle Apaches.
  9. LScero

    LScero Former Member

    Mar 15, 2011
    All of ya have some AWESOME looking axes !!!
  10. gpar7

    gpar7 Tele-Meister

    Nov 7, 2008
    danbury ct
    @ beach bum , wow! that's nice. :cool:

    my g&L

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  11. Jupiter

    Jupiter Doctor of Teleocity

    Jun 22, 2010
    Osaka, Japan
    Ibby Roadstar II RS135 before:

    and after:
  12. R. Stratenstein

    R. Stratenstein Doctor of Teleocity

    Aug 3, 2010
    Loganville, Ga.
    I started calling this guitar R. Stratenstein long before I joined (or knew about, for that matter) TDPRI. One real Gibson humbucker, one fake humbucker, old Harmony Stratone neck (that feels great). I don't like the sound of the fake humbucker, and don't like the location of the switch, so I'm going to convert it to full Stratocaster electronics/pickup/pickguard. (But leave the neck)

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  13. mymindsok

    mymindsok TDPRI Member

    Jan 19, 2008


    I inherited this Epi Strat when my niece died and I'm 90% sure that it has a plywood body but the neck has a "slim C" profile and is very nicely finished with a Rosewood fingerboard, the set up is perfect and it actually sounds good! On the other hand, the 5-way switch and the pots could use replacing, whenever I decide to get off my butt and heat up the soldering iron.

    The thing that amazes me is that the guitar is dead stable. I just picked it up and even after it's been sitting on the corner for two months, it's perfectly in tune!

    Maybe I should dust it off, set it up for slide and play it more often.

    PS: I LOVE that Stratotone up there!:rolleyes: Thats one very kool guitar!!
  14. Noak

    Noak TDPRI Member

    Jan 30, 2011
    Wow, some really nice and interesting guitars in here! Here's my partsocaster, candy apple red finish. Got a P90 in the bridge these days but don't have newer pic's...

  15. DeepSouth

    DeepSouth Former Member

    Aug 11, 2011
    Sydney Australia
    Here are mine - the first two are Warmoth Strats which you can assemble yourself. The third one is a 1989 G&L SC-3 - I did the lettering in the early 90's (still young) when I didn't know the meaning of the words Kitsch and tacky...

    The blue one 'The Opal' has Fender Hardware and Fender CS 69's.
    The brown tiger one 'The Tiger' has Fender Hardware and Fender CS Texas Specials.

    I've got them both sitting in Fender cases for the sake of contrast of the black velvet and guitars.



  16. Ken Wilson

    Ken Wilson Former Member

    Mar 13, 2006
    Duncan, BC Canada
    Three of my four Strats are partscasters. Here they are along with my red 89 Squier.

  17. Tred

    Tred Tele-Afflicted

    1993 Peavey Predator

    20011015 Teds Guitar - Peavy Predator Lenexa KS.jpg

    20090613 Kims Party 08d.jpg

    I bought this Peavey in 1993! I still have it, and play it regularly. She's been a great guitar!
  18. TaylorPlayer

    TaylorPlayer Tele-Afflicted

    Early 1980's Fiesta Red ESP Strat copy that is either MIJ or MIA with MIJ parts....

    Upgraded with USA Fender pickups...

  19. jimmynumber9

    jimmynumber9 Tele-Afflicted

    May 26, 2009
    Lincoln, NE
    Feel like I've been able to show this guy off a lot recently. :D

    Whoops, sorry. Won't upload my attachments for some reason.

    Will try again tomorrow
  20. trev333

    trev333 Doctor of Teleocity

    all of my non fender strats are in parts.. again...:rolleyes:...

    this one will be a keeper eventually, all the hardware is here,
    . one piece US made Alder body (once red).. and this BI maple L neck.. I have played it.. it's since been drilled for bridge posts,etc,,very lively, the wood vibrates in your hands!..
    or I might pair it with a regular Fender neck, not sure yet..

    My Strats have taken a back seat recently with Teles in the house...;).

    . though I've made a few for other people...

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  21. SwampAsh54

    SwampAsh54 Tele-Meister

    Feb 12, 2008
    My new Gene Baker B3-XS Neck Thru with Lollar Pickups.

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