We all like to test our guitars with an amp we own, so I offer you 14 days to test this guitar. If you don’t like it, you simply send it back to me with no hassle.
The builder didn’t care about brands so much, the decal on the headstock has a little easter egg. 😉
This stratocaster is a really nice player, and sounds better than most strats for over €400. What I really like about this guitar is the comfort of playing. It’s very light (only 2.9kg!), and thanks to nice Japanese Alnico 5 pickups, it sounds strong and clean but it definitely likes to be overdriven 😉 Another aspect of this “comfort of playing” is the fact that it’s fully shielded, so no fear of hum 😉
- 25.5″ scale;
- 42mm at the nut;
- 55mm at the heel;
- 22 frets;
- 2 string trees;
- Steel bridge and tremolo block;
- Full size ash solid body;
- Maple neck with no skunk stripe;
- Very nice modern U neck profile that tapers to C closer into the heel;
- Serial number & CoO on chrome neckplate, but since it’s a partscaster I wouldn’t care about this S/N so much 😉 It’s definitely not a Squier like the S/N suggests;
- Tremolo arm, Fender strap and Dunlop’s Strap-locks included;
- Gigbag DeLuxe included.