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Nice! Now drop an angled control plate on there and you're set!
Maple on Fenders, rosewood or ebony on Gibson styles. I like the headstock wood to match the fretboard. And rosewood on Fenders is still strictly...
I'm waiting on a Firefly 338 to be delivered as I type...
Just weighed mine:
AmStd Strat 7.6 lbs
Baja Tele 8.6 lbs
Those are some back breakers!
You not only need both a Strat AND a Tele, but also a LP to complete the holy trinity!
Thanks for all the input here! I guess it's a pretty subjective term. For reference, my Baja is 8 lbs. 9 oz. It definitely has a heft to it, but...
Just asking a question out of curiosity and because I have nothing better to do on a Monday morning. At what weight does a Tele become a "boat...
Thought you were callin' my name...
Sure! The Studio was designed primarily for studio players, who needed the classic LP sound, but weren't concerned about all the flashier cosmetic...
And this is how the LP Studio was born...
That's a beautiful grain pattern! Congrats!
You're missing a pickguard screw. Throw her in the trash. :cool:
Really? It looks whitish on my screen. You’re good then! :cool:
Slap a mint guard on that baby!
Baja for the win.
Congrats! Bajas kick butt in every way. Mine has been my Number One since I got her last summer, edging out my AmStd Strat and LP.
One word: Baja.
Do you think the Blue Marvel speakers are that bad? In this comparison video, I actually like the BM better than the Celestion. YMMV of course!...
That’s a real toss-up.
Rosewood fretboards on Fenders are strictly for heathens :cool:
Just put that sucker on and it looks tight!
I had to buy that DVD after hearing it was rated in the top 5 worst movies ever made. It was awesome.
Well, today I got crazy and ordered a bakelite pickguard, so now I’m really done.
1. RockRabbit angled selector switch.
2. Rutters compensated brass saddles.
3. Tusq XL nut to fix a string spacing problem.
That's pretty much it.