#1
anyone got any experience with the gfs onboard circuits??

i just want to know if you guys reckon its a worthy investment for my squier strat. im planning on having lace pickups with one tbx tone control and possibly the clapton midboost if its any good.
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#2
well does your squier sound good as it is? because if it doesn't there is no point in adding extras.
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Well, technically it could be done, but only in the same way that you could change a cat into a hamburger. It's an unpleasant process, and nobody is happy with the result.
#3
oooooooooh no, don't spend all that money on a squier. they are OK for a starter guitar, but if you are ready to spend some money get a quality guitar and a good amp.
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#4
iv already got another absolutely great guitar. its just a project i wanna do coz i love the feel of my squier, and it sounds ok, but i wanna make it more unique to me and sound even better. squiers aren't bad guitars you know.
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#5
I upgraded my Affinity Tele with GFS Lil Punchers, Wilkinson ashtray brass 3 saddle bridge, and converted to string thru. It's a great player and was worth every penny I put into it. Nobody can tell you if you guitar is worth upgrading if they haven't played it.