en Elliot Mechanics – Mechanicland Strat Neck pictures

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14 on November 20, 2018

got this brazilian strat neck a couple of years ago. it has refinished before. unfortunately, it’s urethan finish on it.  it still ages well though.

trussrod nut and the decal have replaced at 90’s by the owner before me. and I don’t think this Mechanicland neck came with the decal. the decal on the head is definitely a aftermarket product. and it looks funny a bit

everything else is great with this beautiful with brazilian fretboard. and, sounds stunning along with this light ash (not swamp ash) body

 

#mechanicland #strat #brazilian

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1 on March 18, 2019

다시 봐도 정말 멋진 넥이네요.

on March 18, 2019

단점은 넥이 얇아. 그런데 다른 넥이 별로 생각나지는 않네

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1 on March 19, 2019

Both aren’t mine though these axes are quite beautiful.

on March 19, 2019

I like the maple fretboard if I choose one of them. 

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4 on March 25, 2019

 

on March 25, 2019

현종형님한테서 데려온 메리케이 데칼해야하는데 흐흐 데칼 사들고 한번 찾아뵈야겠네요

on March 25, 2019

데칼 한세트 더 있어. 그거 써

on March 25, 2019

그럼 양손에 맛난 것을 사들고 찾아뵐게요

on March 25, 2019

좋지

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0 on March 27, 2019

the volume pot went bad a while ago. I didn’t know it was sucking the tone till I replaced it today. I thought it just was noisy. 

this 50’s wiring with 0.02uf cap works very well even at the low volume. I’ve tried a few different values before. then 0.02uf in the diagram turned out the best to me.  

https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/Gibson_50s_wiring_on_a_Stratocaster

 

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1 on March 27, 2019

It looks better than the new one.

on March 28, 2019

which one? sorry I don’t get it

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0 on April 7, 2019

gibson 50’s wiring with 0.02uf was too bright to me. I came back to the stock wiring with .1uf repro phonebook cap while replacing the old pots had some noise. the recent CTS pots under Fender header card turned out made in Taiwan. they seem to be linear pots btw.

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