Granted this one in particular was custom built to look naturally worn as it’s a model of Fender SRV Number One Relic Strat guitar.
If you do a lot of chain does “muting” of sound mind when using your Trem much Then you have a problem, because its Not to cut stringhs with this bar stool and start ropes coming off the stool. Thats the “exact” area you want to “mute” on. OK if you can remove the stand and it automatically stops this question / But if you use your Trem Bar Again your backl square one.They are great guitars and I built my # 1 Strat SRV Guitar Pictures EXACTLY the SRV Strat only with a right-handed Fender Vintage Trem and in Avatar. I’m on all the rails now and their love for their clean and dirty tones.
But anyhow, I guess if your Jimi or Stevie and you played the opposite side Trems forever So maybe this is not a problem I started in 67 with a 65 which was a right-handed Strat Trem. So I grew up with them and just this question a valuation. I stand IMHO.But Vintage Fender equipment and slab Council 60 neck style and Route bodys Fender 3-SSS. IMHO all these little things add up to make a huge Strat. BTW I ALL PARTS woods and Fender and Guitarfetish hardware.But liitle are all added to the total playability, Tone, Feel the Strat. So just soemthing to keep in mind!
OH, on my two SRV I swapped the PG for a Fender black multi-ply 8 holes. Pain in the ass because you have to order them and no one has them in stock. But they are very similar to the guitar and this way we can leave the original PG with plastic on “if” you sell the Strat down the road. As you can see, I went with Wings Pearloid my humble opinion is the only one that has a vintage look to it. All the rest of Pearloids alternative I’ve seen are too white. But I wanted a little farther from the SRV design for my # 1 Strat. I love the black look but it is very cool as Tort Shell with shrapnel 3-Tone.