Saturday, 13 March 2010

Caparison Dellinger Chris Amott Signature


On the comments of the previous post we've been debating about what is a superstrat. For me this Caparison Dellinger is a perfect example: based on Leo Fender's 1954 double cutaway design, it has its horns elongated while the back on the guitar stays classic, and the headstock is pointy because a superstrat has to be pointy. The main pickup is the bridge humbucker, the trem is a Floyd Rose, there are only two knobs, and there are 24 frets on the neck.

You don't take risks with such a guitar, it's tasteful though a little bit boring, and you can play plenty of notes very fast with it I assume.

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