#1
Fender starcaster in Natural finish!!!

Last one in andertons ( Guitar shop near me ) In a beautiful natural finish with some birdseye figuring on the top. Plays like an absolute dream, those buckers really scream! Only played her through my practice amp (tiny vox pathfinder) and guitar rig/pro tools but tried her through an AC 30 in the shop and the tone was still to die for! needless to say, I'm a happy chappy right now...
My Rig:
American Standard Telecaster
Fender Starcaster
Sp. Edition Jack Daniels Strat (Modded)
Vox AC15CC1


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Telecaster Deluxe
Telecaster Junior
Pedalboard (from a shelf )
the odd pedal
#2
Pretty guitar. I've always had an eye for these, but have never pulled the trigger and bought one.
#5
Quote by cdr_salamander
I assume this was Fender's response to Gibson's ES series?

I like it! HNGD!




Yes. The Fender Starcaster was their version of the ES series. It never really caught on, though. Chicago Music Exchange had a vintage Starcaster for sale for quite awhile and it finally sold a few months ago.
#7
wow, excellent get. i'd love to play that thing.

HNGD
punk isn't dead, it's always smelled that way.

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#8
I work 5 minutes away from Andertons. Nice people in that shop. And i've alway wanted a Starcaster. Might pull the trigger on one over christmas! looks real nice.
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#9
Nice!

But I still find it hard to stand a fender with humbuckers...
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#10
Man, so jealous, tried one out in Denmark Street not too long ago, really sounded amazing, digging the widerange humbuckers.
And got much love for Andertons! best shop ever in my opinion.
#11
sweet
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#13
Quote by DeathByDestroyr
It looks... flat...

That's likely the camera though.

HNAD!


ye thats the camera, my only issue with it so far is that no hard case fits it nicely but oh well, guess thats what you get for choosing such an oddball shaped guitar on the bright side though, I did get a padded gig bag with it
My Rig:
American Standard Telecaster
Fender Starcaster
Sp. Edition Jack Daniels Strat (Modded)
Vox AC15CC1


Stuff I've Built:
Telecaster Deluxe
Telecaster Junior
Pedalboard (from a shelf )
the odd pedal
#14
Nice guitar.

A band I worked for earlier this year had one and I got five minutes with it and was pretty impressed.
It's an opinion. It's subjective. And I'm right, anyway.
#15
Quote by Spambot_2
Nice!

But I still find it hard to stand a fender with humbuckers...


racist

punk isn't dead, it's always smelled that way.

"A perfection of means, and confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem."
-ae
#16
HNGD!

Have you tried it against an ES335? I would really like to know how those two guitars resemble each other in terms of sound and playability.
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#17
I can't really give an opinion since the only 335 style guitar I played an epiphone a while back, but I can say that I remember the epiphone feeling quite large and at times uncomfortable to play sitting down, but the starcaster's offset waist makes it really comfortable. It is pretty heavy, but then most hollowbody guitars are and the headstock whilst I personally find it beautiful it is an acquired taste and on the large side also.
My Rig:
American Standard Telecaster
Fender Starcaster
Sp. Edition Jack Daniels Strat (Modded)
Vox AC15CC1


Stuff I've Built:
Telecaster Deluxe
Telecaster Junior
Pedalboard (from a shelf )
the odd pedal