The Blacktop Stratocaster HSH amps up the already blistering Blacktop Stratocaster HH model with the unusual addition of a single-coil Telecaster middle pickup amid the full-throttle neck and bridge h... Read More
The Blacktop Stratocaster HSH amps up the already blistering Blacktop Stratocaster HH model with the unusual addition of a single-coil Telecaster middle pickup amid the full-throttle neck and bridge humbucking pickups. A scorchingly formidable guitar that was already extremely versatile thus becomes even more so.
Features include an alder body, maple neck, 9.5”-radius rosewood fretboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and aged white position markers, humbucking neck and bridge pickups, single-coil Telecaster middle pickup, five-way pickup switching, three-ply pickguard (black-white-black), skirted black amp knobs (one volume, two tone) and black trem arm tip, Blacktop Stratocaster vintage-style tremolo and chrome hardware.
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Just a note to the reviewer above, I have the HH Blacktop, and had the same problem. GC sells Tremolo springs for exactly that fix. Spend six dollars instead of possibly hundreds, and order some of these. If you look at new Strats, many will have a small piece of tape covering the trem hole. This is because these guitars have that spring in them. This solved the problem for me. I hope this helps.
Very handsome Strat that produces good sounds in a variety of styles, rich tones, twangy, fairly good jazz and chunky quacks. The setup was spot on and the guitar plays flawlessly. Stays in tune even when using the whammy. I will have to replace the whammy since the bar has slack when screwed in tight and clicks when used. This is the cheap part of the guitar and the only reason I won't give it five stars. This is a great player and a good deal.