#1
well, i play a fender strat and i was just looking at the headstock and noticed it makes a musical note... this came as a shock to me...... please don't make fun of me. Well the question i have is.......... has anyone else noticed this?
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#3
u mean like it looks like a note, not that it makes a sound rite? i got lost
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#4
oh fudge... i don't mean it makes a sound, i meant that if you look at the shape of it, the outline of the right side makes a musical note, like an image... get it?
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#8
damn right, stratocasters are the ****
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#10
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It's, like, supposed to be the letter F, for Fender...


and don't know how you make your "F"s but that is definetly not an F. look at the headstock of a strat, look at the right side's outline, it looks like a note
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#11
I have a Strat, man, I know what it looks like.

I'm just saying it's *supposed* to look like an F.

And the telecaster head is a lowercase F.
#12
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I have a Strat, man, I know what it looks like.

I'm just saying it's *supposed* to look like an F.

And the telecaster head is a lowercase F.



alright, ill go back and look at both guitars and try and find the "F"s
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