#2
eh, i wouldn't say that's typical strat tone.
you can see he's replaced some of the pickups.
there's also a huge amount of reverb and a lot of distortion.
#3
Looks look hes using either Seymour duncan hotrails or JB Juniors in his neck and bridge positions. To get that kind of sound just use an amp with a good thick distortion (Marshall JCM) and a guitar with moderate to high output humbuckers with shaved highs.
#4
Not typical at all. He flips from the bridge to the neck a couple times and both of those pups look like they're aftermarket. Sounds good to my ears though.
#5
yeah i noticed the pickup changes also. The reason i like it, it sort of gives that iron maiden tone with a strat
LOL
#6
It's not exclusive to a strat, but it is done better with one.

For some reason, the neck pup in a strat sounds so good. Doesn't matter what pup it is, it always sounds good in the neck .
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