Opiniones Fender American Series - Stratocaster Hardtail Aw
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En todo el mundo, nuestros 5 usuarios han notado este producto:8/10
- 1↑. ¿En dónde fue fabricado el producto? (EEUU, Japón, México, Francia...) ¿Cuántos trastes, qué tipos de pastillas y su configuración? ¿Qué tipo de puente (Floyd, Wilkinson...)? ¿Cuáles son los ajustes (volumen, tonalidad, selector de pastilla...)? ¿Qué tipo de mástil?
- 2↑. ¿Es agradable el mástil? ¿Es fácil acceder a los últimos trastes (notas agudas)? ¿Qué te parece la ergonomía (su forma, su peso...)? ¿Es fácil obtener un sonido de buena calidad? ...
- 3↑. ¿Corresponde a tu estilo de música? ¿Con qué ampli(s) o efecto(s)? ¿Qué tipos de sonidos obtienes y con qué tipos de ajustes ("cristalina", "densa",....)? ¿Cuáles son las sonoridades que más te gustan, que menos te gustan?
- 4↑. ¿Desde hace cuánto tiempo lo usas? ¿Cuál es la particularidad que más te gusta, que menos te gusta? ¿Habías probado muchos otros modelos antes de adquirirlo? ¿Qué te parece la relación calidad/precio? ¿Con la experiencia, elegirías este producto de nuevo? ...
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- Some thing can be as simple and unique to one person by just adding or subtracting some of the little subtleties in guitars. Like this guitar is called a hard tail simply because it has a non-tremelo bridge. Some epople brefer the sound of a consistent no-adjusting bridge. I don't care for it but not every guitar that I like will everyone else like either.
- Model Name American Stratocaster® Hard Tail
Model Number 011-7430-(Color#) and 011-7432-(Color#)
Series American Series
Colors (700)* 3-Color Sunburst, add $50.00,
(705) Olympic White,
(725) Chrome Red,
Neck Maple, Modern “C” Shape,
(Satin Polyurethane Finish)
Fingerboard Rosewood (p/n 011-7430) or Maple (p/n 011-7432), 9.5” Radius (241 mm)
No. of Frets 22 Medium Jumbo Frets
Pickups 3 American Strat® Single-Coil Pickups
Controls Master Volume,
Tone 1. (Neck Pickup),
Tone 2. New Delta Tone™
(“Delta Tone” system includes high output bridge pickup and special No-Load tone control for Middle and Bridge Pickups)
Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup
Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup
Position 3. Middle Pickup
Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup
Position 5. Neck Pickup
Bridge American Strat Strings-Through-Body Hard Tail Bridge with Stainless Steel Saddles
Machine Heads Fender®/Schaller® Deluxe Staggered Cast/Sealed Tuning Machines
Pickguard 3-Ply Parchment
Scale Length 25.5” (648 mm)
Width at Nut 1.6875” (43 mm)
Unique Features “Parchment” Knobs and Pickup Covers,
Original Headstock Shape,
Original Body Shape with “Original Contour Body” Decal on Headstock,
Rolled Fingerboard Edges,
H/S/H Pickup Routing
- This guitar has the same tone as the tremolo version, but some people wold disagree. I prefer the tremolo for versatility sake and don't find there to be any real need for the change but some people just disagree. I like the look of the hard tail as it is more consistent with the feel of the guitar. What I mean by that is that the guitar get get a good smooth look from top to bottom with the look of this bridge. Some wold say the bridge adds sustain to the guitar which is think it may has some added sustain but nothing to remove the tremolo for or anything.
This guitar was just a pure enjoyment to play with and even record with. The tone is a slap in the face of anyone who think that a Stratocaster is a country guitar. I have always liked the tone of a Fender Stratocaster with a good Fender Hot Rod Deluxe amp. I would use an overdrive pedal of some sort with a nice delay pedal of some kind and the combination from all of that gear will give any one with an ear shot a head spin. The tone and sustain was phenomenal and pleasing to the ears. I would change the pickups though as Fender pickups are about the worst in the business.
- Opinión Global
- These guitars gave been discontinued and for good reason because nobody who likes a classic Fender would care for this feature. It just doesn't jive with STrat enthusiasts. Sure there are some who would like this and that is why Fender made them for the short while but eventually went back to their roots and what they do right.
- The Fender American Stratocaster hard tail version is a guitar for those who never use the standard Fender tremolo. It has an alder body with a maple neck, a maple fretboard with 22 frets, black dot inlays, a hard tail bridge, SSS configuration, standard neck joint, one volume, two tones and a five way switch.
- The fretwork on this model wasn't average. The frets were crowned, but they were a touch flat. The fred ends were sticking out slightly and could potentially cut your hands up while moving up and down the neck. The neck joint on this had a slight gap, but that is somewhat standard affair for these Fenders lately. I have to say that I'm really not a fan of the hard tail bridge. Strats don't sound like Strats without the tremolo system, and you're losing a big portion of what a Strat originally was by converting it to hard tail like this. Another thing I'm not a huge fan of is the radius on the guitar, but nearly every Fender out there has the same radius, so I could write that about any of them.
- This guitar had some aftermarket pickups swapped into it. However had this before was probably a fan of Yngwie as it had HS3 and YJM pickups installed in it. I was never a huge fan of these pickups because they're super low output and almost reduce any gain naturally found in any amp. The cleans on these are awful, and even those who love these pickups generally agree on that. They just sound super bland. The gain tones can get some cool tones going, but they don't sound like normal singles, and I always find myself fighting the guitar when I play something with these pickups installed.
- Opinión Global
- I never could get into the whole hard tail Strat thing. They sound different, and they usually feel different. Some people really like them, but I'm a big believer in not changing a formula that made a company successful. That said, there are some people out there who like them, so I can't rate it down too much.
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