#1
Hey. My sister sent me a picture of a Fender Stratocaster body and asked if I would fix it up. I've never done this before. Should I do it?




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Edit: Shit, I think it's a Squier.
Last edited by Katar at Oct 12, 2008,
#2
What do you mean by fix her up? Just stick the missing hardware back on?

Do it if you want?




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#3
That'll be pretty easy if it just needs electronics and a pick guard, you may need a soldering iron though.
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#4
Looks like it says Squier on the headstock to me mate so I reckon it must be.

I'd go for it, could be a fun project.
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#6
youd also need a trem. they sell them at GC for $25.

id say do it. altogether, depending on the quality/cost of the parts it prolly cost $50-150.
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#11
Do it, it's really good for experience and you'll have some fun too.
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