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Username: frank

Post Number: 1
Registered: 12-2005
Posted on Wednesday, December 14, 2005 - 5:10 am:   Edit Post

Looking to customize my strat with what little cash i have. What does the stratoblaster do? Is it worth the Money? It looks great but is it reliable and does it sound good?

(Message edited by frank on December 14, 2005)
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Username: kmh364

Post Number: 1484
Registered: 9-2003
Posted on Wednesday, December 14, 2005 - 6:21 am:   Edit Post


It's an active pre-amp. It'll give you up to 14dB of gain (i.e, more output). It'll also keep the frequency response intact when using long cables and when you roll-off the volume control.

If you need more blaster info, do a search here. There are other threads with discussions of the pros/cons.

As far as reliability, we are talking Alembic here...everything is built like a tank. Ron the Wizard wouldn't have it any other way, LOL!

If all you want is to not lose your highs when you roll off the volume, just install a cap and a resistor:

IMHO, the best upgrade you can do for a Strat is to toss the stock pick-ups and go with Fralins. Ck out Lindy's site as well as Fralin dealer Griblin Engineering's site...they have custom wiring harnesses which, when combined with awesome p/u's like Fralin's, will really improve your instruments tone and tonal options:



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