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Scott Lucas shows his modified Fender Stratocaster at around 2:40 into this v... more
Scott Lucas shows his modified Fender Stratocaster at around 2:40 into this video of his gear rundown. It appears to be a standard Fender Strat, black with white pickguard, with a rosewood neck.
He says, “So, I do this to all of my guitars that I get. So I try not to get the greatest, nicest guitars ‘cause I’m just gonna have to destroy them. What you see here with this Strat that I have, I removed the middle pickup, took the bridge pickup and put an SG pickup in there, and then put the bass pickup there [points to low E and A strings]. The bass pickup only comes under the bottom two strings, and then a separate jack and that’s where the bass comes out. That goes into the Ampeg bass amp.”
He then goes on to say that with this setup, the root note of whatever chord he plays has to be on the bottom two strings, to have the intended bass sound.
In this video, Scott Lucas walks through his rig. Around 0:28 seconds in he s... more
In this video, Scott Lucas walks through his rig. Around 0:28 seconds in he says, "Matchless going into the Marshall..." The Matchless head matches up with a Matchless Superchief 120.
Scott Lucas shows his BOSS GT-5 Guitar Effects Processor at 1:11 of this gear... more
Scott Lucas shows his BOSS GT-5 Guitar Effects Processor at 1:11 of this gear rundown video: “Bunch of pedals down here, it’s a mess. Split out into the different guitar effects of this beat up GT-5, Boss. What do you call these? Processors. If there’s anybody at Boss… we need another one of these. This thing is dying."
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