I'm about to start... 'The Battle of the Two Stratocaster's'

Lone_Poor_Boy

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More to come...

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Blackmore Fan

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So I have to ask, why not keep both?

Tell me the story about the one on the left--I have a preference for maple necks.
 

arlum

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I sure hope there's more to come. As of right now I'm fully in the court of the Statocaster with the more figured body wood and maple neck.
 

Chiogtr4x

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Maybe it's just my own attraction to the first version of the Stratocaster ( 1954), but I would absolutely LOVE to have a 2-tone SB Strat w/ maple fingerboard- just think they are beautiful. ( especially one that is really light/yellow in the center)

And as my own Strat ( '97 Tex-Mex) has a '60's look w/RW board, have one of these would be fun to own.

The closest I came was a '98 Jimmie Vaughan Strat that was 2-tone/fat maple neck (back Tone knob worked bridge pickup, instead of middle- which was wide open.
Fun guitar, but stolen 2000
 




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