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Discussion in 'Other Cool Guitars' started by panhead6zero, Feb 4, 2017.
I've bought a couple of necks from them... count on a fret leveling at the least.
UhOH! I will have a new skill to learn/fake!
Does anyone know how Stratosphere sources their parts? Are they getting broken guitars or seconds?
One of my co workers has purchased through them as well. We can not figure it out. We suspect they buy wholesale and maybe part them out.
Yes Sir! I had it set up by Tom Pelerito in Salem twp. Guy is a genius. He used 10 different grits to get them level and shiny.
She plays Great! I thought I messed up the wiring. I took it to Tom Pelerito, who sent me to Mike Koontz in Ferndale, If I remember correctly, Mike said the old schematics were written for a single pole switch for the neck pickup. Using a double pole, double throw you have to change the wiring. It is bright and chimey as a Jag should be!! Fun for surf sounds...What looks like "Relicing" on part of it are from me wet sanding through the paint. DOH!! Figured I better stop there!! Looks kinda okay for me. I will post a video when I get something down that is not too embarrassing .
Looks great. Really subtle relic!
That looks fabulous. I love Jaguars.
Yeah - great Jag !
and I like the whitch hats. What kind of bridge and PUPs did you chose ?
Great Jag! Nice Swart btw!
Something extra cool about a pink Offset!
It is a Fender Mustang bridge, Fender 62 single coil pups. The screws in the bridge were so loose the tech added blue loctitie. He also ground the intonation screws shorter. He said it was a tricky setup.
Actually it is a Fender Champ 600. (are they made by Swart? The Gretsch 5222 is the same amp)?!
Uh sorry, I was mistaken!