#2
yeah that would be mexi, fender doesnt do korea, an it actually might be american cuz i dont think theyd trust mexicans with that :P anyways yeah id say thats well worth $500 if not a deal for that much, just depends on your style i guess
#4
Quote by edawg
id do it no question...if you think a floyd rose is cool.
alot cooler than being way out of tune everytime you use it. The extra 10 minutes for string change is worth it to me.
#5
Quote by ArcticXem
The guitar clearly says made in mexico :P
thanks I see that now, so is a FR2 worth $130 over the $369 Fat Strat? I guess so with labor.
#9


If you can get over the crazy ass headstock, it's actually a pretty good deal.
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Quote by utsapp89
^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
#10
Quote by FacingUsAll


If you can get over the crazy ass headstock, it's actually a pretty good deal.


i really can't, a bad head just ruins the whole thing for me...
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#11
Glad you found the guitar Custom. This was the Fat Strat i was talking about awhile ago in the EPII thread. Incredibly nice guitar with a nicer trem then others in teh price range. One for my choices for next guitar. I love strats
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#13
I think you'd get your money's worth. How do you post new threads on here. I have no idea how to.
#15
That's definitely a MIM. And Fender DOES make guitars in Korea. The MIK series are the ones with SD pickups and birds eye maple necks. However, those MIKs look and feel so sketchy that I wouldn't trust them. Although the tremolos on them look quite nice.

Btw, is the Floyd Rose 2 a good tremolo?

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