#1
Why is it that most of the strat players move during playing
and when u see the back of the guitar...

the spring cover is not on?
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#3
Quote by strummin67
They remove it to make string changes easier/quicker.


I dont get it
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#4
Do you have a Strat? If you do then you know how fun it is to poke an angled string though the six tiny holes in the cover. The newer Strats have one long slot but it's still not any easier.
Last edited by strummin67 at Feb 16, 2008,
#5
it sounds better imo. sounds less compressed, more open feeling.
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#6
Quote by strummin67
Do you have a Strat?


Yeah..I got a Affinity Squire practice strat....

Its my 2nd strat. Never had a prob changing strings. though..
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#7
Quote by ECistheBest
it sounds better imo. sounds less compressed, more open feeling.



Oh..i can understand that...

I have tubing in my springs to mute them when i use the tremelo...

Does that tubing need to be removed for the acoustics?
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#9
Quote by strummin67
Do you have a Strat? If you do then you know how fun it is to poke an angled string though the six tiny holes in the cover. The newer Strats have one long slot but it's still not any easier.


ah!

gotcha
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