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Hi all, I have a squire strato-castor with a hum-bucker in the bridge (you can see picks of it on my account page ) and I need to make it sound like a gretch. Any tips/ideas?
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1. Sell Stratocaster
2. Save up
3. Buy Gretsch

A Stratocaster is a Stratocaster. A Gretsch is a Gretsch. You can't make apples taste like oranges. If you like the sound of Gretsch, I suggest you to save some money, and get yourself a nice Gretsch. They're awesome guitars, and it will be a huge upgrade from your Squier.
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Quote by cxrlxscr
1. Sell Stratocaster
2. Save up
3. Buy Gretsch

A Stratocaster is a Stratocaster. A Gretsch is a Gretsch. You can't make apples taste like oranges. If you like the sound of Gretsch, I suggest you to save some money, and get yourself a nice Gretsch. They're awesome guitars, and it will be a huge upgrade from your Squier.


Thats my idea, but for the mean time I need to use my squire. I was thinking things like changing the pickup height, changing string gauges, amp settings, etc.