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FDP Forum / All Other Fender Guitars and Instruments / Still GAS'ing for a Starcaster...

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olde New England

If you can't play good, play loud
Aug 6th, 2015 01:33 PM   Edit   Profile  

I've been GASing for a Starcaster since they came out with the Modern Player version. Not sure why, but I just like quirky stuff.
I already have a '90's Epi Dot but I've never been inspired by it. I like the idea of the Wide Range HB's even if they aren't like the originals. I understand it's just a brighter guitar overall. I'm thinking the offset gets some of that lower bout out from under your arm as well. Plus I'm just used to the 25.5" scale.

As you can see, I'm working on talking myself into it. I really should try one in a local shop first, but no one has one in stock.

Anyone try a Starcaster out? I know they're not a 335, but can they stand on their own merit?

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