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FDP Forum / The Squier Forum / Squire Bullet HSS mik early 1980's



Mar 14th, 2014 12:48 PM   Edit   Profile  

It is a two knob HSS Stratocaster
I think the pick ups are supposed to be good, E series early guitar.
The pots are small, I think too small.
Perhaps I should keep the pick ups, and replace the pots and 5 way switch.
Unfortunately the body seems to be plywood(in Greece we call this type sea plywood cause it is durable). I haven't scratched the whole way through so I don't know if it is totally made of this wood.
The fret board is close to a 12 ratio. I don't particularly like this, but it came a bargain, 200gbp together with a nice blue Fender Squire mij, so have to keep.
Can I use a FenderĀ® CTS Concentric "Stacked" pot for vintage Jazz Bass 500k/250, so that the 500 pot is for the H and the 250 for the two SS?

(This message was last edited by gea at 04:12 PM, Mar 15th, 2014)

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