Fender Cyclone

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by Fender

Description A mix between a Mustang and Stratocaster, this guitar comes equipt with a neck single coil and a Atomic Humbucker on the bridge.
Posted By Chris Fraga (174)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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On 3/10/2004, Shawn Petrusich (52) posted:
Overall Rating:
Best guitar ever. I love it. It sounds amazing trough my boss gt-6 and my marshall mg 250 dfx
Model Year: 2003
Price: $600.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Lake Shore Music
Features:
Pick ups: Tex Mex single coil (neck) and an Atomic hum (bridge) Colour: Black Pick guard: Red and Blacky Made in: Mexico Controls: Tone and Volume Turners: Vintage Style Frets: 22
Playability:
This guitar is great for all the bands i play. Everything to LEd zeppelin to nirvana, beatles to pink floyd, Smashing pumpkins to blink 182 and everything in between. Very nice neck.
Sound Quality:
Maybe change hum to a SM Ducan Jb just to be cool
Durability:
Very good durability
On 3/19/2001, Jim Seymour posted:
Overall Rating:
Very good guitar. Should be a first buy for any guitarist because it's perfect for any type of music!
Price: $0.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Halpin Music
Features:
It is awesome because I got mine for free and it has been my number one guitar. The tremelo is pretty good, but it would be better if it was locking. The humbucker is very cool because it has an awesome distortion.
Playability:
Very good neck, easy to play. Fast play that is!
Sound Quality:
Sounds pretty good, but there is a big change in volume between the single coil and atomic humbucker.
Durability:
Very durable. I know a guy who was in a crash and his cyclone stayed up well.
On 1/12/2001, Chris Fraga (174) posted:
Overall Rating:
This guitar is great for anyone who loves to play for the fun of it.
Model Year: 1999
Price: $350.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Center
Features:
This Mexican made 6-sting guitar has a maple neck and double cutaway body and rose wood finger board, medium frets. It has a simple to use Mustang-style 3 way selector switch for its mexican single coil/fender atomic humbucker pickup configurations, a passiv volume and tone control. The sparkling red finish is very astetically pleasing and seems to be very think and very scratch resistant (I've had it for 6 months of normal use and don't have one yet). The tuners are really nice recreations of classic fenders and the bridge is floating.
Playability:
Easy to use and more importantly, fun to play.
Sound Quality:
Besides the fact that the Atomic Humbucker was noticable louder than the single-coil, it has a very trembly sound that I like a lot.
Durability:
As far as I've been able to tell, this guitar promisses to last a very long time.