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Sounds like there's more to the story!
Looks like the thing's been in a bar fight!
Highway One? As far as I know you will have to use the adapter bushings.
That's what my Kirn T-type has and it is very comfortable to play!
Well, to update my earlier post:
Stamped numbers on the body indicate 2T finish, and Kevin Castaneda with Fender has verified there were no 3T...
Couldn't remember where! He's got so many...what a terrible problem to have!
Had me smiling a few times there! Surprised Redd's Tele didn't catch on fire around the 24:00 mark.
Haven't read the rest of this thread yet, but 10-20 is what I read the possibilities were for the swatter.
Good looking guitar! My '09 Honey blonde is definitely my favorite.
Hot "vintage" pickups in the HWY1 Texas model
All of the "Texas" versions have maple fret boards and 21 frets along with vintage tuners. Regular HWY1's will have 22 frets and could be rosewood.
Happy NYE birthday!
Nice looking guitar! Fender doesn't say, but Musician's Friend website shows gloss Polyurethane.