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    Les Paul Forum Member 57Strat777's Avatar
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    Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    Hi Guys - This is my old 1991 Strat that I've owned for about 28 years. It is one of the most lively and harmonically rich guitars I have ever owned. Check out the unplugged tone in the below video.

    https://youtu.be/8VaZeqN7bkM
    Last edited by 57Strat777; 11-07-19 at 01:02 PM.

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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    Sounds really good!

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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    DUDE!!!

    That's pretty fucking badass right there. -- Good job on that for sure.

    EDIT -- I have a 2006 American Deluxe - the HSS model and mine sounds eerily similar to your guitar acoustically. I play mine without any amps quite frequently.
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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    Quote Originally Posted by SpencerD View Post
    DUDE!!!

    That's pretty fucking badass right there. -- Good job on that for sure.

    EDIT -- I have a 2006 American Deluxe - the HSS model and mine sounds eerily similar to your guitar acoustically. I play mine without any amps quite frequently.

    Thanks! My wife lets me play unplugged while we watch TV. I think playing without an amp teaches you how to extract tone with your fingers.

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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    I believe this to be true !!!!
    Ive never confused owning a bunch of high end gear with being some kind of a guitar player I'm a hack and I love guitars !

    He thinks the mirror is a photo of a clown ?

    The Myth: Neat wiring layouts always equate to great-sounding amps.

    The Myth: If I would have lived with MOM & mooched till I was 48 I would play like Clapton !
    Think about it
    won't you ...... Please !

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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    Truly outstanding acoustic sound.

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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    This one is pretty damn good!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg1jdSuQtTA
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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    Really like The one with Ram !
    Ive never confused owning a bunch of high end gear with being some kind of a guitar player I'm a hack and I love guitars !

    He thinks the mirror is a photo of a clown ?

    The Myth: Neat wiring layouts always equate to great-sounding amps.

    The Myth: If I would have lived with MOM & mooched till I was 48 I would play like Clapton !
    Think about it
    won't you ...... Please !

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    Re: Wanna hear a lively and responsive solid body?

    When you’re not using the tremolo that strat almost sounds like an ambient miked acoustic guitar. The playing don’t suck either.

    I play unplugged way more often than plugged in. I have to agree, playing unplugged teaches you a lot about pulling tone with your hands.

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