C-U-T-E, We got personality. We’re cute! Hey-hey we’re cute!
U-G-L-Y, You ain’t got no alibi. You’re ugly. Hey-hey you’re ugly.
M-O-M-A, We know how you got that way. Your Moma. Hey-hey your Moma!
Fortunately I did not do well in Shop class and never did any Stratocaster surgery. But I did find some examples of those that took a perfectly good Stratocaster, ruined it forever and in the process believed they created a great new instrument. And these guitars are UGLY!
God bless John Mayall. He gave us the Bluesbreaker and is probably the best blues man to come out of the U.K., but John, what did you do to your Stratocaster! You turned it into a ukulele.
What was this guy thinking? He cut off the top horn, painted it pink and made it look like the guitar has boxer short on the bottom.
So this guy cuts off the bottom horn making a stair-step shape and paints the guitar Kelly-Green with green pickups and knobs. Oh, what art!
OK, I know what you are thinking; this is not a Strat. But anyone who would do this to a perfectly nice Telecaster should be locked up.
What in the world was this guy thinking? I could just cry!
I love knobs and switches just as much as the next guy, but J'eessh!
Seymour Duncan Pickups must of have had a sale on single coils when this guy went to modify his Stratocaster. It has two blade switches and a badge!
I don’t know if the owner of this Strat was painting a gold Stratocaster pink or a pink Stratocaster gold, or maybe just distressing the guitar. I must say it distresses me.
I guess this in one way to make a double-neck guitar if you don’t mind it looking STUPID! The maker has gone so far as to turn a Stratocaster headstock into a Teisco Del Reyheadstock. Yikes!
The Fender Musical Instrument Company sold a boat load of Squier “Hello Kitty” pink Stratocasters, but I kind of like this “Bill the Cat”Stratocaster.
I am guessing some guy named Levi™ made this Stratocaster.
I’m putting my foot down on this Stratocaster. And though there is some fine carving…it is just wrong!
And finally…Gibson Guitars are well known for naming a guitar after anyone famous, from Dale Earnhardt to Spiderman. But this one has gone too far!
Everyone have a wonderful April Fools Day!