Are Mexican Strats as good as American?
The American Stratocasters seems to have a crispier sound with more sharpness and definition than the even the best of the made in Mexico ones. As a player, you’ll experience a more distinct clear note separation, even on the fullest chords.
Are American made guitars better?
As a general rule, American-made guitars, particularly electrics, are better made and of higher quality. Countries like Japan, when making first-line guitars for their own market, generally make guitars that are as good as American ones.
Why are American fenders so expensive?
The main reason why a US-made Stratocaster is pricier is because of its superior tone and quality control. Mexican Stratocasters are of great quality as well and with enough time and patience, you’ll be sure to find an excellent MIM Strat.
What’s the difference between a MIM and a Strat?
MIM Vs MIA Strat – Side By Side Model Mexican Standard American Standard Website Fender.com Fender.com Weight 3.6 kg/ 7lbs 14oz 3.6 kg/ 7lbs 14oz Tuners Fender Standard Cast/Sealed Fender Standard Cast/Sealed Staggered Neck Bolt-on Maple Modern C Bolt-on Maple Modern C
What’s the difference between a Fender Strat and a Mexican Strat?
Fender offer two Standard Strats – the MIM (Made in Mexico) or Standard Stratocaster, and MIA (Made in America) or American Standard Stratocaster. With a price difference of around $600 brand new, the MIM is seen as a way of getting Fender quality on a relatively small budget. But where have the costs been cut?
What’s the difference between American Staffordshire Terrier and American Pitbull?
American Staffordshire Terriers are slightly shorter but much stockier in weight. American Pitbull Terriers are more athletic in appearance. Both breeds are equally striking in their looks.
Which is better the MIA Strat or the American Strat?
Here is where it matters for most players. The American’s Custom Shop Fat 50’s single coils sparkle a little more crisply, with more definition than the modest MIM Standard stocks. This means it’ll give even the fullest of chords clear note separation, without muddying up as you pile on the gain/distortion.