Ah right. Thanks LeoThunder. Mind you I'm pretty sure the one I was using had a through body neck rather than a bolt on. One of the few things I was able to notice! I remember being quite surprised when I found an electric guitar with bolts!
"What's that terrible noise?" "Well, it's either the Hoover belt needs replacing or Marc Almond's on Jools again."
Ah right. Thanks LeoThunder . Mind you I'm pretty sure the one I was using had a through body neck rather than a bolt on. One of the few things I was able to notice! I remember being quite surprised when I found an electric guitar with bolts!
The 1983 catalogue calls it "heelless built-in". They are the Thunder II and III. I really disliked the thick square heel joint on my first ST-62. It was part of the reasons I returned it. I was happy with the thinner rounded heel of my Ibanez SA and keeping that feature is partly why I am so reluctant in buying anything from Squier.
Good! I am envious of the wide range humbuckers. I successfully resisted the swirl Samick thing I was looking at. It sold for 130€ + shipping. What I really need (yes, "really") is a 6-string bass. Because I don't have one. I know it's silly.
If I manage to hide the newcomer for a month, you are right, the jazzmaster is the next one (and maybe I can give it to my wife for Christmas) but strictly white, in addition to the two illustrated black, I already have a les paul and a hb cst24 as showed but booth with onother knobs
The Jazzmaster pickup is a true single-coil pickup. From start to finish, these units are made of one coil of wire turned around the pole pieces, and in principle works just like those found on Fender's more popular models, the Stratocaster and Telecaster.
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