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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by wrxplayer, Apr 3, 2009.
I didn't take these pics, but I have one of the guitars just like this one. (my avatar)
It's been a while since I posted these...
Those are sickk!!
The '62 Custom RI felt neglected, so I'm posting it as well.
I'm quite predictable
where can i get this in bigger size? anybody?
My 71 Tele
Partscaster and 71 Tele:
As you can see, I'm not a complete traditionalist:
There are some great looking Teles in this thread. Can't pick a best looking! That's kind of like trying to pick the best looking girl at the Playboy Mansion.
And then of course there's the 1998 Collector's Edition Tele, which is also stunning...
Hey baby, why dont you slip that ashtray off for a while. Dont worry, nobody will look.........
My hardrockin’ Tele Mahogany body, maple top, maple/rosewood neck.
My humble submission....
My partcaster All Rosewood.
My best looking Tele.
Wow, talk about a zombie thread! Revived after a decade! But since the damage is already done, I'll chime in, again...
I posted to this thread within 24 hours of its creation (see comment #8 above), back when I only had one tele, my Logan Custom mahogany.
Now, ten years later, I have four, and an acoustic/electric T-style, all Logan Custom guitars. The whole "best-looking" concept is suspect, since it is such a subjective assessment. And even just limiting the choice to my own teles, it's still too difficult a call to make. So I'll just let y'all make your own determination...
Diego, does your rosewood tele have the maple "skunk stripe" on the back of the neck, and the maple "sandwiched" body? If so, would you happen to have pics of your tele displaying those features?
Many great looking Teles in this necro-thread!
I love the looks of each of my (eleven) Teles... but I think my favorite for looks is probably this American Standard in Mystic Red.
Same guitar, different neck pickup.
While I might protest that your photography skills gives you an unfair advantage , I gotta admit, that is a breathtaking guitar!