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Discussion in 'Vintage Tele Discussion Forum (pre-1974)' started by tjh5207, Sep 1, 2013.
Mojo's dripping off this one. Congratulations........
I bet your stoked....I'm finally getting my '57 Esquire this week and can't wait to post pix....NICE FIND.....what are you playing through?????
That has MAJOR MOJO.....Great looking Tele you got there!!!! Congrats!!!!! You will probably be playing it so much you won't be on the computer for days!! ..ha ha....It's gotta be a good feeling when the search is over and the goods are delivered....Good Luck!!!
Congrats! Very happy for you to be able to experience one of the best things in life! Enjoy.
Man, I got to get out more! Here's a sweet '52 Tele in my own backyard and I 've never heard of its existence. Not to mention an amp tech/builder too! Congrats on a fine score.
So what's the neck shape like? Always curious about real blackguards and their necks. Is the neck Hugh? Or a nice chunky price of wood, or a little s Allen than you would have thought?
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Probably the worst guitar for you to have as a test of how your amps sound! You could put that Tele through the worst amp going around and it'd still sound great.
That guitar is very nice.........I have 1952 telecaster made in oct/nov...both the neck and body signed by Tadeo...mine is serial number 1984.....funny because that is the same year I graduated high school......does anyone know how many 52 still exist?
I have a restored 57 deluxe amp to go with my 52 tele.......
Does anyone know what year and when Gloria started at fender?
I've only ever seen her signature on a piece of masking tape, inside the control cavity, on 53' and newer guitars. My guess would be 1953
Sent a tingle down my spine, absolute beauty
I've got an Esquire with "Gloria 4/53" in the control cavity.
If you don't want to stand behind your troops. Feel free to stand in front of them.
Awesome, impossible to find without a second mortgage tho
I can look at those pictures all day! Very nice!
i love that kind of stuff!
i wonder if gloria knew that someday people would be lovingly looking at her signature and admiring her work...