This has the potential to be interesting When Fender make significant changes to the design new pickup route, for example they make master templates in metal. Mon Aug 31, 4: I have several Strats and have made careful measurements of them all, transfered to full size plans.
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Its highly unlikely fmic will share the exact dimensions of their 2nd best selling product with anyone. Thankyou for all of the replies. This has the potential to be interesting Moreover, the shape and orientation of the jack socket cavity changes noticeably.
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It is currently Sun Nov 11, 9: I have several Strats and have made careful measurements of them all, transfered to full size plans. Does that get you any further?
Maybe they dont make as much money on them but surely they sell more units. Thanks Sam OK, then I will. Mon Aug 31, 4: Can i get them from Fender themselves or is stratocaeter a BIG secret?
It shouldn't be a big problem! Fender could leave off the dementions, but would it bluepriint look cool in a frame hanging up on a wall.
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Tue Sep 01, 4: I'm intrigued by what you said here, Nick. Tue Sep 01, 2: Mon Aug 31, 5: If anybody has anything else feel free to blog! I'd have thought strings.
Cheers - C Yes it should be. Tue Sep 01, 5: Page 1 of 3. No plan you can buy will give you the ultimate set of measurements for a Strat - because there is no such thing. Tue Sep 01, And even more important, the dimensions on the front of the body of the trem block cavity change significantly as does the distance from the stratocxster of the neck pocket to the strztocaster of the trem cavity.
I would like one too. When Fender make significant changes to the design blueprunt pickup route, for example they make master templates in metal.
And of course the body contours have changed a little over the years in the s, a lot! Why don't you just buy a Fender neck and a body and wire it and call it done? Also the control cavity is different on '50s Strats from those that have pickguards with eleven holes.
Google [Bot] and 2 guests. And of course the pickup route has changed over the decades, even on SSS routes.
View unanswered posts View active topics. The detailed point I'm making is that there is no such thing as a "master blueprint" for a Strat.
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