tigerstrat wrote:hey I just heard about Jack of Roses hadn't checked 'em out yet... I've been wondering how I was going to do the fx-loop jack on my Schecter, and this gives me some ideas.
tigerstrat wrote:Very cool clone! Only Alligator replica I've seen. How did he know how high to make (or to shim) the bridge & tail? That top view pic seems to be the only really close look anyone has had at it in 30 years, and it doesn't show elevation very well...
tigerstrat wrote:So did it also have the angled neck in it's Alligator-less Europe '72 incarnation? Because the block of wood (never realized what that was before!) doesn't seem to be there.
tigerstrat wrote:I wonder if the Dan Erlwine Strat also had an angle, or the '57 'burst... nah, not the Burst!!
tigerstrat wrote:God, look at the sorry state gator is in today... corroded, missing a vol pot, and wires sticking out under the scratchplate...
tigerstrat wrote:I have already had the UGB, loop and Super II in my Strat for a couple of years, (went with a novel approach to my loop jack placement. I'll post a pic tonight maybe.) It does take getting used to, but once you do, you can't go back!
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