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Great website ! Must have taken forever. Have read the Plus / Plus DLX pages at least 20 times now. Very confusing but I usually find the answer to my query. Fantastic job.
Must have driven you mad with all the variations and contradictions. What were Fender thinking of ?
Cheers
GP


Added: April 15, 2010
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Very nice website lots of interesting info.Have just finished rebuilding my HM strat ,rerouted for a floyd rose and a humbucker in the neck (HSH) master volume and tone with a blend * * * in the third spot.Humbuckers are wired series split parallel. The pickups are Tom Andersons .Have always wanted a Strat with a ebony fretboard but just way too complicated to remove and replace .

Added: April 14, 2010
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I wanted to post some information about the pick guard I purchased from Jeff back in January. It was actually assembled by Jeff with the intent of putting it in one of his guitars.Its in the strat ultra configuration SSH burgundy in the neck silver in the middle and a blue blue dually in the bridge position. First off im not a professional musician and pickups in my opinion are a very subjective topic. Lace sensors are a very debated subject on the internet but personally I love they way they sound. If you like the sensors in the least little bit you owe it to yourself to try some different configurations and the true ultra switching that as far as i am aware of Jeff is one of the only folks that builds guards with the correct ultra wiring. Check out. My guitar is ultra versatile and i can get tones from a tele to a les paul without touching the eq on the amp. If you are serious about your tone than get a pickguard from Jeff. I promise you will not be sorry.

Added: April 10, 2010
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This is a great source of info, very informative and a true pleasure to read. Thanks for sharing. Also, I love the pic of your dad and of course his history. He like yourself, have, and are performing a valuable service.
Thank you,
Mike


Added: April 4, 2010
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Added: April 1, 2010
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Great site. Love the collection, and ID process for finding out what I have on some of my strats all except my 1988 Strat Plus Deluxe that looks like a surf green, but darker, and yet not a dark green with the LSR roller nut, Sperzel tuners with Ser# E 800504. Gold lace at the next, Silver in the middle, and Blue lace at the bridge. Thanks for a great tour.

Added: March 28, 2010
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Great site....I recently purchased a MIJ 72 re-issue Strat E708260 serial number...the pick ups were changed to EMG SA sounds great.....real thin neck which I like. I didn't see anything on the 72 re-issue on your site but the info you have was great help...is there anything else you can tell me about them?

Thanks for the info and again great site

Chuck


Added: March 25, 2010
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I'm lucky enough to own one of the circa 400 Deluxe American Standard Strat black with a maple neck from 1989. i would be happy to photograph it for the site as you dont seem to have one?

Added: March 25, 2010
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Xhefri,

Technical question. I personally don't care for the Fender/Floyd Rose bridge on the Strat Plus Deluxe, and I'm wanting to replace it with something that is adjustable, but doesn't require cutting the strings off for changing them. Do you have the measurements off hand for center to center of the 2 mounting posts? Also the measurement of the bushings and the thread width would be very helpful, so i can look for compatible hardware. Not really wanting to rout the body of the guitar. Thanks in advance for your help.

Cheers,

Chris


Added: March 24, 2010
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Nice collection. Do you do any trading? I have many many Fender and Gibsons.

Added: March 21, 2010
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