Doctor of Teleocity
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- Oct 11, 2019
- Beast of Bourbon
Yes, the VS100 model. All stainless steel with the push-in bar/adjustable clutch. One of the best two-point non locking bridges available.
That's probably one of the most sensibly configured guitars I have seen- I never used the Strat bridge pickup a lot, but I probably would have if it had been a Tele pickup and I kind of miss some of the Strat sound. Body shape & comfort aren't a problem, but being able to get that sound would be great.
Dangit! Now I want a Strat again!
This guitar started as a Warmoth body, with the intent of sticking a Tele bridge pickup in it. In this case, it's a Duncan Five-Two.
I never warmed up to the volume control location on a Strat, and I never used two tone controls separately. So for this one I plugged the top control hole and wired a volume and a tone, just like a Tele, with a twist: the tone knob pulls out to activate the bridge pickup. This provides two additional pickup selections a standard Strat 5-way switch doesn't. All three pickups on, and neck + bridge like the middle pozish on a Tele. This guitar is super versatile.