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Superrock
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Superrock

Tele-Meister, from Midwest

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    1. eztag
      eztag
      I am the original owner of a Tele shaped guitar purchased in the mid 80's from a long-closed music store in Houston, TX
      I am trying to get an idea of current value for insurance purposes.
      The serial number is S 1900
      The tuners are Grovers and it came in an "oval shaped" hard case.
      I appreciate any help that you can give me in this matter.
      I have several pictures if you need.

      Thanks in advance...!!!!!

      Ron
    2. huntster
      huntster
      I was looking to get a lightweight 6 saddle telecaster bridge fabricated and one of the forum members pointed me in your direction. I am trying to get a lightweight tele 6 saddle bridge-plate and saddles but the gotoh's and the modern fender plates are too heavy at 8.5oz

      Is there anything lighter or maybe know anyone making a titanium 6 saddle bridge-plate? They make the 3 saddle Tuitanium version.
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    3. Andy Pendley
      Andy Pendley
      Hi, I saw your post from 2012 about some Van Nuys era Schecter guitars - you seem to have a lot of knowledge. I have what I believe to be a Van Nuys era Schecter Tele neck pickup: tapped coil with purple/yellow/black wiring, 1/4' dia polepieces, copper foil shield on bobbin. I've had it >20 years or so. Do you know the part number or any details on this pickup?
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    Location:
    Midwest
    Occupation:
    industrial electrician
    Your amps and other gear:
    '52 champ, '65 gibson ga5t, '78, '82, '83 and '84 mesa boogies...
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    Never enough teles or cowbell!!!