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Thanks so much for this. Subscribed to your YouTube channel, too.
Embarrassed to admit I just realized I don't even own a copy of "Stormy...
That's just what I recall. I could be wrong, though.
You sure? I thought it was:
I - Made in USA
II - Hecho en Mexico (silver control plate)
III - Hecho en Mexico (black control plate)
Yes, I do have the "manual". It doesn't really offer much insight into it, though. It's more like a regurgitation of the marketing verbiage.
I'm with you on reverb. But get a Pro Junior, still. There are far too many decent reverb pedals available out there that can be paired with it....
Cool changes. Interesting that it's not on the main Fender site, at this point.
From the description at the link above, one could do basically...
Specifically, the VOICE knob. I'm especially interested to know where to set it for a standard chorus sound so I'll have a point of reference when...
Minor oversight, I'm sure...but you left me off your list.
No, of course not. Round is correct for '50s. Sheesh, people...this is basic Tele-ology. :cool:
Based on the style of the logo and the original-style tuning machines, along with the "F" neckplate, it looks like it should be a 1966.
TGP thread from a year ago:
If you can get a refund, get a set of...
Maybe I've been leading a sheltered life, but I've never seen a bridge plate like that with the scalloped rear lip.
What's the story on that?...