Stratocaster mod.

Is it a heavy modification...

or a whole new creation?


or Inovation
The idea here is to preserve the relationships between important controls in the same ways that have already been established by successful production guitars while expanding the capabilities into all-in-one electric guitar. There is a period of effort that one has to proceed through when they pick up a different instrument to get accustomed to it intimately so that one can play naturally and with feeling. Many players will only play one kind of guitar because they are so in tune with it that other guitar designs are "too hard" to play. Things are in the "wrong" place.

When I had time...

during #stayhome
I extended the capabilities of this popular design to make it into a busker guitar that has everything in the right places.

out of many, one.

E Pluribus Unum was once the motto of the United States of America and references the fact that the cohesive single nation was formed as the result of the thirteen smaller colonies joining together.


  • Neck

    25.75" scale
    Squire neck I never had the guitar this was on. I scored it on eBay. It had worn frets.
  • Body

    Stratocaster copy
  • Bridge

    F style
  • Pickup

    Unconventional 3-way
    Telecaster set + Carvin "13 pole" in-between
  • Amplifier

    Sure AA-AB32155
    2x15W at 4 Ohm TA2024 Class-D Tripath TA2024 Class-D/Class-T architecture. Requires single 12 VDC power source


Jun 3, 2020 at 4:28pm

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