Loaded Pickguard Series/Split/Parallel for Stratocaster Featuring Hot Rail Belcat Pickups & Varitone
Hot Rail Series/Split/Parallel Pickguard
This pickguard features individual series split parallel switch. It allows every possible pickup setting. Each pickup can be in series, splitted or in parallel.
The parallel setting is extremely impressive. It sounds almost like single coil but with the silence of humbucker wired in series. It is even more silent than a regular series… Continue reading
Custom Stratocaster assembled with handmade loaded pickguard
This Union Jack designed Stratocaster will please UK guitar players. I assembled it with a loaded pickguard featuring the parallel and series setting, as well as a warm switch and a six position varitone.
The guitar has a 22 frets Maple neck with a Rosewood fingerboard. The body is made out of Basswood.… Continue reading
HH Pickguard for Stratocaster Guitar Type
In my search of releasing every possible Stratocaster pickguard imaginable; I recently released the HH Stratocaster loaded big or featuring Wilkinson WHHB humbuckers.
The pickguard is intended for people using Stratocaster guitar who are more into big rock sound. People who don’t care about the middle pickup and the funky type of sound… Continue reading
Hot Rail Humbuckers with the size of Single Coils
This loaded pickguard features three Belcat hot rail humbucker pickups. It is an entirely different sound compared the pickguard I am usually producing.
The sound is much fatter and powerful that regular single coils or humbuckers commonly used on Stratocaster. It’s amazing the volume these pickups have.
Hot rails are a… Continue reading
Custom loaded pickguard for Stratocaster guitar type
This article is a review of the last loaded pickguard I made for Stratocaster guitar type. The Switch Parallel / series allows you to add three additional sounds to your guitar.
Stratocaster’s are wired in parallel. This is the traditional wiring. Wiring… Continue reading
Enhance Your Stratocaster Sound
The SSS Loaded Pickguard featuring Wilkinson pickups as well as a six-position varitone and a warm switch is a really affordable and great way to improve significantly your Stratocaster type guitar.
Stratocaster is a great guitar body. But even the real Fender ones are limited… Continue reading
Mahogany Fender Stratocaster from China
As you probably know, Fender expanded their factories around the word. After making guitars in Mexico since years, they decided to take benefit of the cheap and high-quality labor from Chinese guitar makers. Who can blame them? Every big brand and smaller ones are doing the same. It’s a pity for local workers in so-called… Continue reading
Listen to Funk You Hosted on ReverbNation
I recorded that song right after I assembled my scalloped Stratocaster. I made a post about it where I explained how I did it and how much it cost me. If you are interested about it, check the post here. I composed it for one of my last band, somewhere… Continue reading
Make Your Own For Cheap
I own quite a bunch of different guitars. Not because I’m a collector, but because I want to possess all possible types of guitar available to have all existing tools at my disposal when recording.
A scalloped guitar was missing in my lineup. I was thinking about it since a long time, and I was… Continue reading
listen to Jeronimo for free
This is the MP3 version of the song I used to illustrate the demo of the Fender Squier Bullet HSS.
I used this guitar exclusively for the recording of this song. Apart from the two guitar parts, there are only a bass line I played with my six-string Squier, and midi drum track. The… Continue reading