Another take on a Tele

Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by Novatuc, May 24, 2019.

  1. Novatuc

    Novatuc Tele-Meister

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    I've posted guitars built by this guy before, he does some nice work up here in Canada

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    Manual Slim Tele-Afflicted

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    She’s a looker!
     
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    El Tele Lobo Friend of Leo's

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    Absolutely gorgeous! 3-way switch with a blend control for the middle?
     
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    Beautiful!.....but too good looking for me. :( I just prefer a "workhorse" Telecaster. ;)
     
  5. Novatuc

    Novatuc Tele-Meister

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    Website says standard "Nashville" switching. Bottom knob is the volume for an acoustic piezo setup.
     
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    Middle pickup pushed back toward the bridge slightly? Is that common for Nashville layouts or unique here? That's probably a good position though.

    Any series options or pure Strat 5-way switching?

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    brookdalebill Tele Axpert Ad Free Member

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    Stunnin’!
     
  8. Novatuc

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    Nashville switching would retain the middle position as neck and bridge pups
     
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    tfarny Friend of Leo's

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    Great looking and probably super versatile - I've had those kind of guitars before and they never lasted for me. Mine need to be plain and simple - and if I want to sound like I'm playing an acoustic I need to have an acoustic in my hand, even though I will admit that a stereo / blended acoustic piezo setup can add a lot on the rhythm side.
     
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