25 de setembro de 2017

Dave Mail 94: Stratocasters - neck and tremolo bridge

Was the tremolo bridge on John's Stratocasters floating or pressed tight to the body? Or any other option?

Dave Lee: "The tremolo was set up with about 1/16th of an inch up in the back (leaning toward the neck). So he could pull up a little bit if he wanted."

Was the '62 Fender Stratocaster's - or any other one - neck ever replaced? A lot of the time these vintage guitars need repairing, especially when they're used every night at different types of climates around the world.

Dave Lee: "I don't think so. The only neck we ever replaced that I remember was the fretless (glass fingerboard) neck we put on an early 60's hardtail Strat that I don't think we ever took on the road."

Question by:
- Raphael Romanelli Andrade de Oliveira - Ilicínea, MG - Brazil
- Vadym - Odessa - Ukraine

Check out our interview with Dave Lee: Português | English

Um comentário:

  1. Thank you so much for asking about the floating/decked bridge, it helped me a lot now that I know this. I figured it was floating a bit before, because in the Chorzow End Jam he pulls up some notes, really good stuff.


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