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Here is the amazing project that the rad people here such as @daveyjones, @Q182, @blinkstillrules and @Ry-Bread as well as myself have been focused on the research, the history and the timeline of Tom's sticker strat that he used starting October 1994 up until November 1997 where he took off all the stickers from his guitar (most probably during the Lagwagon European tour 1997). Here is in video form on how to replicate the guitar by the forum legends @Ry-Bread and @daveyjones! Ryan's Journey to recreate his own personal Tom replica! Part 1 : Research Part 2 : Application of the stickers Here is a timeline with rare pictures and rare footage of the guitar in action on page 41! If you see or have any pictures that are missing on the timeline, please send me a PM and I'll add them to the timeline to have the most-up-to date timeline, this timeline is constantly being updated! https://www.instagram.com/p/CManL2XBlQV/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CNQ4n9TB2lk/ Board legend and historian @daveyjones now has the most accurate replica of the famous sticker strat (a Fender 40th anniversary strat from 1994 the same one like Tom!)
For the people that have built a Tom Delonge sticker strat, I'm curious to know what pots you used for the volume & tones? Originally Tom's strat would of had three single coils so would of had three 250k pots, but I wonder if they would of been left in when the pickups were changed or if the volume was changed to a 500k as there was the x2n humbucker in the bridge & usually you would use a 500k with a humbucker! What did you guys use as the difference in pots would change the sound of the pickups quite a bit, so I'm curious to what your thoughts are & to know what to use for mine?! Some people prefer 250k's or 300k's to 500k's in single coils & or humbuckers & vice versa, I just don't know what to try & dont wanna end up with it sounded not quite right..or am I just being mega anal?! I hope some of what I've put makes sence to some of you!!