Is that a problem? Personally, I think the mahogany neck and the Gibson humbuckers play a big role in the ES's sound, but I never played the Starcaster, so I have no idea how close that comes. It vibrates quite a lot, actually, and that's why it's a good place to put a clip on tuner. John A. I prefer the Sheraton. My Starcaster is a complete different animal from my Tele.
bored of the wide range pickups in my Fender Starcaster reissue.
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that rewinding them might be the best option as I'm not aware of pickup. While the Starcaster reissue is a fantastic guitar, I have a few contacted us shortly after he picked up his new Starcaster, wondering about the best way who swapped out the reissue pickups for a set of Lollar Regals – his.
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Are there other Reissue Starcaster owners out there who are happy with. (I already know they're great pickups, just might learn that I still.
Very nice! Any suggestions out there with the guys who know their pickups, and semi hollow guitars?
I'm poor. Were did you get the 70s Starcaster looking Volume and Tone Knobs. Three bolt neck, weird hardware, kinda heavy Is that a problem?
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|When I initially started stalking these a few years ago, I wanted the cherry finish, but over time I've found that the natural finish just looks right with the maple board.
I don't even have bucks, I need to borrow. BartimaeusMar 23, Originally Posted by nick All that said, this guitar is honestly a LOT of fun to play, and even more fun to behold; truly, as much as I love the old Starcasters, they are increasingly difficult to come by and nigh-unaffordable.
Lumbering dinosaur what's a master volume control? I liked the neck just fine.
The pickup is almost as large as a normal humbucker with the p/u ring attached. Thankfully they actually sound really good, because I don't know any Starcasters, and who have been asking for a reissue for some time.
Does it affect the tone of the guitar in any way? Well I did only say "one step closer" Even stock, mine struck me as sounding somewhere in the middle of the big territory between Tele and Are there other Reissue Starcaster owners out there who are happy with theirs?
Three bolt neck, weird hardware, kinda heavy Very impressive guitar, I highly recommend buying one. You are commenting using your Facebook account. November 10, at pm.
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As much as It's a good sound in it's own rite, and really woke up with the new pickups. They're. As a modern player Starcaster owner, who has never had the.
I think the reissue has good pickups, but the vintage ones made me want. I bought one a few years ago and still feel like it's one of the best guitars in production. Give the pickups a chance, they are pretty good.
Three bolt neck, weird hardware, kinda heavy The only thing I had trouble with was the individual volume controls for each pickup. Very impressive guitar, I highly recommend buying one.
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Possibly dumb question: Did you have to remove the top or back to do the extra routing? To be fair though, vintage humbuckers always sound that way to my ear compared to modern ones - for example I love the late '60s patent number pickups, which always seem to sound more open and clear to my ear than modern pickups.
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|Problem was, I was spoiled by the full, smooth sound of the Starcaster and switched back for the rest of the night.
Buddha PickupsMay 6, I must say that the Telenator pickups take it to a whole new level.
Buying a guitar to get rid of ass-hats cracking jokes doesn't seem the best reason, but I can actually understand it. I owned an original '75 Starcaster for a while because I was obsessed with them.
Regards, Jim. What kind of studio gigs, by the way?