#1
Hello everyone,

I am new to this forum, wanting to get some information for a project I am working on for those who own a Fender Strat. I am studying a diploma of graphic design and decided to focus on the Fender Stratocaster related to consumer profile and buying behaviour. I was wondering if anyone could spare a couple of minutes to fill in the survey First 6 questions are optional.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDgZrISWq_on95O5fSdV5xFi7XEq_vX0C-DSFdOW_P0ygLLQ/viewform

Thanks!!
#2
done
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#5
Done. I'm very curious to know how you're going to tie the Stratocaster into graphic design.
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Done. I'm very curious to know how you're going to tie the Stratocaster into graphic design.

the line on a coke can is the gap between two strats laying next to each other almost touching. check it out.

i did the survey, said i got a 0/0. like my morning needed that!
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Last edited by gregs1020 at Oct 26, 2016,
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the line on a coke can is the gap between two strats laying next to each other almost touching. check it out.



>Coke lines
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