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  1. It's entirely possible. It's coincidental as well because the saddles on both the sticker strat and blue got changed at around the same time, which was 1996-97.
  2. No that was not me. The link was sent to me by @BlinkUnoDosTres and I passed it on to here. I already have art on file for all the stickers.
  3. Post awesome performances here.

    Less Than Jake, 2004 Pinkpop Festival. One of the most solid setlists from the band I've heard:
  4. 20 years from now

    I honestly find it hilarious that they're acting like Steve never existed while his contributions to the band were huge. They can't ignore it forever.
  5. I found a Vandals cog sticker merely similar to Tom’s on eBay for sale: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F292393146513 Here’s the Sticker Strat, Warped Tour 1996: I would like to suggest that like other stickers, the logo was cut out and then placed on the guitar.
  6. Tom's Sticker Strat pickups..

    What version of the guitar are you going with? I’ve seen with the others that have done it that the Dammit version is very popular. Also what version of the Dual Rec are you using? The 2 channel or 3 channel? I don’t think the trem was touched at all because things like that never phased him in the slightest. The only thing that was changed about that piece was when the saddles got swapped in ‘96. Regarding image hosting, you need to use a third party image hoster like this: http://postimages.org/
  7. Was able to snag two clear shots of the strat from the video @Thibaut182 posted last week. You can see this is before Sack Lunch was added and before the Ten Foot Pole sticker got ripped.
  8. Tom's Sticker Strat pickups..

    I had read in a few places that all Tom wanted was that searing punk tone. His rig at that time was as punk as it got. The only time it wasn't like that was when he screwed around with the volume knob during songs (i.e. Untitled, Ben Wah Balls). However, with your experimenting with the amp and other pickups, it makes for an insanely versatile instrument, which is why I'm so hype to start mine when I can
  9. Dude Ranch Amp Settings?

    What amp was Brett using at that time?
  10. Couldn't agree more. Jordan Burns is one of my favorite drummers.
  11. Part of an interview where Rob from Strung Out namedropped Tom and his guitar: "...I have a lot of video footage from the tours we did and we had a great time together so sometimes it’s frustrating but there are so many bands where that happened. Like Tom Delonge from Blink 182 used to have Strung Out stickers on his guitar and we’ve never been asked to go on tour." https://liveforthismusic.wordpress.com/2011/08/06/strung-out-interview/
  12. I’d rather sit back and watch him get sued.
  13. Even still, my train of thought is that this would be more a gear-related question than an early days/blink question, but that's just me.
  14. Definitely, and like @Ry-Bread said, its worth a shot at least and at that it would bring a smile to his face to see that people still remember the original Strat.
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