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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by Rob DiStefano, Nov 11, 2017.
Nice and clean, love it Rob!
Love that cokour
Can we hear you demo it?
That makes a tinkerer/modder, gotta have a million tones, noob like me go.....hmm?
um, no, not really.
Guessing that's not a GFS pickup...
Another Surf Green Squier Bullet, I assume? I bought a Surf Green when I had a low-price chance. Bought three Bullets to mix and match necks, colors, and features.
Take it from me, that surf green Squier is amazing and definitely not for sale.
Sorry... I mean Sea Foam Green.
yeah, an MF $119/shipped sea foam green bullet. right now, it's the best fender strat partscaster modder's fun toy wet dream. aside from the junker tuners and all the electronics, the rest of the platform is begging to get "upgraded". the neck is as good as it gets, honestly ... right down to the walnut truss rod skunk stripe. frets didn't even need an L&C. now to replace the pvc nut with a boner.
Looks nice but is there not something missing between the neck pickup and the bridge?
really? hmmm. never noticed. something's missing?
Yes, it looks bereft. Like it is waiting for something
Sounds like yer the lucky owner...can you tell us more about it the wiring i.e. maybe no-load tone pot....FB sweetness?
I bought a squire bullet for a learner one time. It was fresh from the factory and the man in the shop opened the box infront of me. The pickups were not great but not bad either, at least to me - they made a noise Tuners and the rest of the hardware worked as they should do. It was set up good too. The rosewood fretboard was little rough and the frets were oxidized already. The only thing I did before I handed it over was smooth and polish the board and frets. Fantastic for the money and great for modders or course
Fine looking guitar.