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Hadiff Nazhan 06/09/2021 - 14:22

And ever since then he mostly uses his thinline tele for his vids lmfao

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Riccardo Pareschi 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Two different beasts, but really, your 5 points are true. My first guitar was a tele, my last (for now) is a tele. In the middle a lot of strats a love-hate relation. I found the tele more comfortable to play, better tune stability, a really work horse.

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manilaboy1vic 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I keep thinking I want a strat.. then I pick up my tele and that want goes away..

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izayoi9300 06/09/2021 - 14:22

A few things I hate about Strats that you can see a couple of these on the Strats in this vid:

1. Strats made from 1954-1970 and its reissues like his Number 1 Strat have its truss rod adjustment at the bottom of the neck's heel which means having to take the neck off just to have access to it. It's kinda annoying for someone like me who has a guitar made like this although it's not a Strat. I avoid guitars built like this as much as possible.

2. Strats with Bi-Flex truss rods like the burst one with a maple board in the vid have its truss rod nut covered by a walnut plug with a hole wide enough to let a hex wrench in. The problem with this is when the truss rod nut becomes worn, it would mean having to take that plug out that is glued in btw just to remove that worn nut which is a very tedious process. Seriously, Fender should have made that plug just as wide as those Squier, MIM, and other cheapo ones to save us from that hassle.

3. Squier Affinity Strats have thinner bodies (38-42mm or smth) than regular Strats (45mm) and idk why they have to do this given that some Strat copies cheaper than Affinitys are just as thick as regular Strats. This kinda limits the options for replacement trem bridges unless you want to have a trem block sticking out at the back.

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Erix Pizano 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Played Strats for 40+ years never once I have "flipped the switch by mistake", maybe you should rethink that one, if you don't know where the switch is, you probably don't know where each one of the strings are either.

Find the razor as well, we already have a XX man and he doesn't always play a Strat, but when he does, he's cooler than you (and he also doesn't hit the switch inadvertently).

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viking combatives 06/09/2021 - 14:22

“The strat tone has a hard time cutting though the mix”
David Gilmore: laughs in strat’ godliness

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MONA 06/09/2021 - 14:22

The best guitar is really any guitar. 90% of the time it all comes down to personal preference. If you like the tone of a strat, you’ll like it more than a tele and vice versa. The same thing goes with the shape, paint, string gauge, neck length, etc. Just Go with what you like! No guitar is truly better than another.

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Mahomie da Goat 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Just go for a Les Paul and never look back 😉

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Chuffa 11 06/09/2021 - 14:22

If I could get a strat I'd get a hardtail strat lock the bridge down

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Rusty Shackleford 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I play fender jazz bass.. but I needed a 6 string handy for my crew when they show up.. so got a ferder strat cause my bass like plays it self..my guy said he loves that thing.. I can't play a note on a 6 string.yet.🙏

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curtrod 06/09/2021 - 14:22

sacrilege

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Simon Bennett 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Think I'm a bit late commenting. Bought my first strat a couple of years ago and love it, so pleased I got it. Bought a tele a month and love it too. I love their differences, not sure yet which I prefer. May need to spend the rest of my life buying guitars to work out which I prefer. 😀

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Onno Vocks 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Agree. I also blocked the bridge and I eliminated the volume pot. I control the volume through an optical volume pedal which frees up my hand to do what it needs to do. Another mod was the length of the saddle screws, I shortened all of them to end up flush with the top of the saddles so they wouldn't cut into my hand when muting at the bridge. Cheers!

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inkalicious 06/09/2021 - 14:22

What color is the pickguard?

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Ahmed Ali 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Good try tho 😂

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Digdarshan B. 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I hate its price

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Christopher Ressler 06/09/2021 - 14:22

"You can always tell the sound of a strat" is a big downside for me . I like a guitar capable of multiple tones and sounds . Like my Les Paul. I can duplicate almost any guitar especially with the coill taps and phase reverse. I am aware they are over priced but it's just about the best electric on the planet .

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Cody Boadkeelwlekel 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Very nice beard

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Ben 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I hit the damn volume pot, all of a sudden there's no sound. Worst part about a strat

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Doug Ballance 06/09/2021 - 14:22

STRATS RULE!!!

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BrianBergMusic 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Superstrats for us metalheads fix many of those problems. Sure, we lose the chimey, buttery bell-like sparkle, but what we GAIN…

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Gustavo Chiozza 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I want to hear your thoughts about Les Paul. Do you already have an specific video?

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Dušan Janek 06/09/2021 - 14:22

who cares why you hate any guitar

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Genus Tinca 06/09/2021 - 14:22

For everyone agreeing with these points: try a Yamaha Pacifica. Looks, feel and tone of the strat but without most of the design problems of the Fender. (humbucker in the bridge, just one tone + master volume, volume knob out of the way, blade switch in a better position, sleeker body).

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David Gatto 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Take off the plastic cover on the switch you'll never flick it on accident again.

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m t 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I love the fact that personal taste + playing traits lead each one of us to prefer certain guitars or amps, which then contribute to shape our distinctive sound!
Take me for instance: I don’t really get why – from 1951 on – they even bothered to put out ANY other electric guitar after the tele… 😄

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Diego Gallardo 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Still remember when I first came in the guitar store, my 16 years old to, finally, get my first electric guitar, and I said to the guy: hello, I have 1.500€ (all summer working for that moment) and I want an electric guitar, but not a Stratocaster…
You know what I bought, right? Exactly, my Fender Stratocaster, the only guitar that I have love unconditionally for eighteen years. Many others had come and go, some for working purposes, some for GAS, some because I got something better to do the same job… But the Strat always remains. Pickups where changed, frets where changed (four times), and the locking tuners, to. But that sound, that touch, that feeling… sorry, I have to go to play THE guitar 😉

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Lawrence Mack 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I concur……………Teles rule for me. I have found that I love Teles bc they look most like a car.
I am a Tele guy who was forced to play Stats bc lack of funds, who discovered PRS guitars bc Les Pauls dont fit me and Teles dont have a belly cut, not so comfortable and I dont care !!!!!!!!

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Donald Day 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I think the best guitar that you can play is the one you have in your hands. I love my strat, and i love my telley! I would not want to be without either one.

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Hüseyin Acun 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Volume pot place can be changed (warmoth has amazing solutions for that). I use hss combination with coil split and neck always on switches. So tele twang is there when i need it. But you are right. Palm muting, treble playing is a nightmare. That's where my pickguard-less superstrats take place. Floyd rose + humbuckers and active pups to get more editable flat piano sound. High output. Strat is there to re-live the heritage. Leo Fender invented a thing that "the guitar" is seperated in two since then. The strat, and the others

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James Cain 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I always played Strats until I tried a nice set up Tele. Now I have 3 Tele's it's my main player .

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JFK 06/09/2021 - 14:22

i think robby krieger knows more than you. he’s been playing for over 50 years and has probably played more guitars than any of us and he feels that strats are the best for him. it’s all based on the guitarist and their preferences. and personally i have never played a telecaster that felt as good as a strat. i’ve played relatively few of both but why did you feel inclined to make this video about what you hate about the strat just because robby krieger said he likes them better than a tele? are you really that much a simp for telecasters?

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Sprayter 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Hi Paul, what radius does your strat have? I've been taking your NLP class and have been loving it!

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Derik Perera 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Super strat resolve that all

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George Davidson 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I used to hate teles but after finally buying one, I have come to love them, now I have teles in all configs (hh, sh, hs, even a sss tele). But let me say, I still love my strats especially my first strat, a 68 cream strat I bought from Manny's Music NYC in 68!

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Which god of thousands means nothing 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Most of those problems can be remedied with a Strat/Tele hybrid, either hardtail or block the trem. As far as the unique sound, all guitars have that.. which is the reason many of us have more then one guitar. You can also use dual coil pickups and alternative wiring and switches and then you have a lot more then just 5 selections for sound. Coil taps and series/parallel etc. The 2 outer or all 3.

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Concretel10n Inc 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I'm the same but with Les Paul's. I have some really nice guitars, but something about my first proper Les Paul still holds onto me.

It's not my "best" but it's my favourite

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don youmans 06/09/2021 - 14:22

My American deluxe strat HSS with locking tuners and LSR roller nut is the best option. The Jeff Beck artist series are excellent as well, and you can be fairly hard on them and remain in tune! Also your videos are the easiest to watch and learn from, really enjoyable!!

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Ron Boff 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Leo didnt design the Strat…..he didnt play any instrument

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Ron Boff 06/09/2021 - 14:22

another good one, Paul!

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Billy Vitale 06/09/2021 - 14:22

… string trees…bad for tuning stability… middle pickup has to be low or can not finger pick… so not only are you constrained bu the switch and volume control… original bridge screws make string damping painful…. and how can we forget the friendly.. 50hz BUUZZZZZ… Tone control layout design nobody uses the way tge design was intended….tone change when lowering the volume…. but guess what… these are all VINTAGE features from almost, 70 years ago… this all could be fixed in a redesign… which many jave attempted… but it's the VINTAGE stuff that sells..

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Barry Potter 06/09/2021 - 14:22

But you tried one at Norman's rare guitars

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Val Tolhurst 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I love my tele, don't get me wrong, but I always just keep coming back to my strats! I'm just so comfortable with them!

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Apples & Oranges 06/09/2021 - 14:22

There is nothing in the world that rivals the bell tone of 1963 Stratocaster. It is the supreme ruler of all guitars. I own 10 guitars with Hummkbuckers, p90's, mini Hummbubuckers, Hollow bodies and semi hollow bodies and yes a telecaster as well. However the 1963 is King and supreme ruler of all guitars in the electric guitar world.

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Phoenix Love 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Teles rule.

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Kyce Essadki 06/09/2021 - 14:22

for the first point, it gets worse when the cap that goes on the selector goes missing, then you end up slamming your hand on a sharp piece of metal, it's not fun

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vicj180 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I love my strat. My mom bought me a MIM when I was 13. I have never upgraded anything, and it still sounds wonderful, and I'm 31 now.

My next purchase is the Telecaster. I am in love with its body, and particularly the headstock is gorgeous.

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Shane 06/09/2021 - 14:22

my strat is the only guitar I have that is in perfect tuning 9/10 times when I pick it up and I own a tele. But I agree and I'm about to buy a custom shop tele

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Aaron Farmer 06/09/2021 - 14:22

I agree, absolutely. Another thing I've never liked is the placement of the input jack.

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Cooper Woodland 06/09/2021 - 14:22

Accidentally watched this exactly one year after posting…

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