If you’re looking for more information about the Sally Face guitar, you’ve come to the right post!
Some Background: What Is Sally Face Guitar?
Just to clarify, we’re talking about an indie horror game Sally Face that was made by Steve Gabry.
It’s one game that was initially divided into five separate episodes.
The story revolves around the protagonist named Sal Fisher who’s also known as (you guessed it) Sally Face.
And, to the joy of indie game fans who are also guitar lovers, there’s a guitar appearing in the game.
It comes up in the game’s fourth episode, initially released in 2018.
Now, we don’t really want to get into too many details about the plot.
We don’t want to spoil anything if you haven’t yet played the game.
However, the guitar in question is actually an important part story.
So there will be some story revealing since the guitar is more than just a random object in the game.
But at the same time, I’ll do my best to focus on the instrument.
Exploring This Instrument
Although belonging to Sal Fisher, it was initially modified by another character named Todd Morrison.
Sal got it as a gift and its origins go back to the third episode.
The instrument comes with the so-called “Necrolights.”
In short, this allows it to interact with the Spectral Pane, basically the game’s spirit world.
It’s very similar to another object in the game called Super Gear Boy.
And you actually strum the instrument in the game to interact with the Spectral Pane.
However, I won’t get into more details on the matter.
I don’t want to spoil it for anyone who didn’t get to this part yet.
Now Let’s Get Back to Reality…
So let’s look at the more realistic features of this instrument.
Obviously, we have a Stratocaster-style guitar.
However, there haven’t been any other particular things that give away more details.
Of course, since this is just a game and no official lore details on the guitar have been revealed, don’t take my guide too seriously.
From what I can see, there are some traits that aren’t common for a Strat.
For instance, it has three single-coil pickups.
However, there are only two knobs and there’s no pickup selector in sight.
We could potentially attribute this to the fact that it was modified.
Or, perhaps, it just has master tone and master volume controls.
And then Todd removed the selector for whatever reason.
Either way, it really reminds me of Yamaha’s Pacifica series.
Particularly, it kind of looks like the PAC112 or the PAC012 model.
Check out the Pac112 model below:
And here’s the PAC012:
The headstock really looks like it’s from a Yamaha Pacifica.
However, I could be wrong since the guitar has three single-coil pickups.
Meanwhile, to my knowledge, the Pacifica series has no such pickup combination.
Another theory is that the game developers just modeled it according to a Squier Strat.
But that doesn’t explain the specific headstock.
So my best guess is that they just used a regular Stratocaster or a generic Stratocaster copy as a foundation for this guitar’s design.
And whatever they took, it most likely came with a rosewood fingerboard.
You can see that it’s darker than the headstock.
What’s also safe to assume is that they most likely didn’t copy it entirely.
But Something Else Is Missing…
Apart from the lack of one knob and a pickup selector, it has only 17 frets.
It probably made their job much simpler design-wise.
Whoever did the design is either not a guitar player or is just not as detail-oriented.
After all, we’re talking about an indie horror game.
So don’t take it too seriously.
However, if you’re a fan of the game, you could try and modify your cheap Strat copy to look like it.
At least that one will have realistic specs.
Sally Face Guitar: Conclusion
I hope this article has helped you find more information about this fictional guitar! And if you mod guitars to make them more like the Sally Face guitar, comment below, and maybe we can help those looking for a Sally Face guitar actually get one!
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