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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by tallguybcs, Mar 18, 2001.
Not much to add to the subject, Im just curious.
That's odd, usually it's the other way around. My MIM Strat isn't figured, but my MIA P-bass is. Oh well...
It's just luck of the draw w/large mass production companies!!!! When I worked @ SAM's @$$, I saw alot of Mexican basses & guitars w/awesome flamed necks!!!!! Go figure. You'd think they'd put it on the American models because they're the top of the line in their company!!!
I'll take dead-straight plain-jane grain for neck wood over twisty stuff any day. In fact, I made just that request while ordering a bass last month--the straightest, plainest-grained wood possible in the neck.
Maybe it's foto-flame?
I think Fender figured out that people buy MIA Fenders with more regard to where they're built than how they look. On the other hand, the MIM basses have a much tougher competition, so they focus more on making pretty guitars.