The tuner-on button also acts as a mute control for silent onstage tuning. I nearly soiled myself six times doing this. Mine has the transparent Red finish with white pearloid pickguard and, it is beautiful to say the least. This guitar is flying under the radar. I just took a pic of this one today. I have adjusted the action extremely low and, no fret buzz. As you guys say, the neck is wonderful, and I have yet to play any Fender that has as good feeling a neck to me.
There are five models of the Peavey Predator, with different styles and makes of each. I don't love it like my Gibson's but I really like it. Looks almost navy blue at some angles. In the case that we covered some shipping costs out of pocket, those costs will be taken into account and subtracted from your total return. It's a world-class whammy bar that stays in tune and you rarely find it on guitars in this price range.
A tuned guitar always sounds better than an out of tune one that's more expensive!!! The only thing left to change is the nut, but thats not going to happen for a while got other projects that now have priority. Aaah - my first guitar! It is a Poplar body, and from what I've read on the forums it has an alder cap. I went into Guitar Center and Sam Ash, tried a dozen, and couldn't find one that I liked. New pickups installed in new pickguard. Currently the black Predator I bought new in the early 90's is my only Strat! They also fit the Predator with the best bridge in the business—a Floyd Rose® double-locking tremolo. I rocked it like that for a while, and since the paint has aged and yellowed so much.
I got impatient and went for a very aggressive file. Imitation intgrale of Strato, is team of three single-coil. The only thing that shall remain stock is the neck and body. I think this guitar is great for getting started but once you want to play with a drummer and need to cut through without blowing out your ears this becomes obsolete. They are made in the United States, and. This includes, but is not limited to, tracking, insurance, and shipping materials.
Now on to the tuners. Looks like clapton's strat except for the headstock shape. The neck is really straight. It was an okay guitar, but I quickly outgrew it and sold it for something else after about 9 months. You are required to pay all return freight charges, including insurance and tracking. The body is alder, the neck on mine is rosewood. It has two single coils and a humbucker in the bridge position.
Ease of Use: Love the neck. Do or die moment, I was actually really nervous about doing this. Peavey Predator owner Hi bought a new one in the early 90s when I was 13. Body on mine is poplar with a pretty thick finish--it's a tank and has held up very well. . I'm really amazed that the quality and craftsmanship of this guitar can be had at such a low price. This Takamine Guitar starts with a solid cedar top for great warm vintage tone right out of the box.
The tremolo on mine works fine. The wood underneath has a surprisingly nice grain, and it's real wood under there! We are here to assist you and want you to be a satisfied customer. And you can always swap 'em out anyway. Getting a good sound was at times a little more difficult as the electronics really weren't very good. I know for sure I would like to get locking tuners, just how much I want to spend is another matter.
Thanx, Jim I think it's completely subjective. The neck feels slightly beefier as well. Looks like you covered all the weak spots--tuners, pickups, crummy pickguard. What a great find at the garage sale. Sound: Unbelievable for what I expected to be a cheap guitar! As you can see on the Falcons its one volume and one master tone. So, over Christmas I was fortunate enough to run across an '91 Peavey Predator.