#1
is this dude using?

http://youtube.com/watch?v=ATub40Npxik

there are other vids of him, i just decided to post the most common known one

and his strat is niiice looking, and on top of that, it has 22 frets and isn't a squier, or well, i dont think so

towards the end of the vid you can see something that looks like a "T" on the headstock, but i'm not sure, i doubt it's a fender, but it's also possible that it's custom built
for all i care, i want one of those babies :P
#2
I believe that all American strats are 22 frets. Mine is.

Looks like a custom neck atleast, since it's both scalloped, and not a fender.
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#3
That guy is insane!

But also a cheater because he has scalloped the fretts!
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#4
Quote by SG310user
That guy is insane!

But also a cheater because he has scalloped the fretts!


His neck is only Scalloped from the 15th fret. And scalloping frets doesnt make him a cheater, it makes it no easier or harder to play... The only difference is that you have better control of your vibrato.... He prob just did the scalloping himself, its not that hard to do....
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