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tchipman

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Hope this works!! http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v440/tchipman/2395932-R1-006-1A.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v440/tchipman/2395932-R1-024-10A.jpg
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Well thats two out of 4 and they're really big. I guess I'll have to down size a bit before I send them to Photobucket.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v440/tchipman/2395932-R1-018-7A.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v440/tchipman/2395932-R1-012-4A.jpg

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So, how do y'like the sound, with the shorter scale length and different woods?

 

And, how's the "feel" and playability differ from a "standard" Strat's?

Ask yourself- What Would Ren and Stimpy Do?

 

~ Caevan James-Michael Miller-O'Shite ~

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Hi Caevan O'

I'm getting used to it. It does sound warmer, fuller, not quite as bitey. At first my fingers were all over the place. It's a very small neck. Narrow and slim, and of course the scale is shorter. It is way more comfortable for my left hand and I really like the feel and the Padauk and the rosewood. It's fun to look at too. The nut is the real interesting thing. It really works. I'm really seriously thinking about popping for a Strobo Stomp. I think life in my little studio would be calmer and less stressful. I can't stand a sharp 3rd on a bar chord, or a flat "g" on an open C chord. Without some compensation it seems like it's one or the other. Thanks for your help.

Tim

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Hi mike,

that nut is the Earvana nut. When it's adjusted correctly is does the same thing that the Buzz Feiten tuning system does without altering your guitar. The open chords are all in tune along with the barred chords, anywhere on the neck. Very sweet. Their site tells the whole story. And it's only $24. Buzz Feiten is about $125.

www.Earvana.com. Or BuzzFeiten.com.

Tim

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