Perhaps it has been myopic of me to imagine that all the disembodied entities behind the posts are of similar characteristics to myself. Do telecasters hold a particular sway over the liver-spotted boomers - the last remnant of a guard whose rearing was saturated in a music scene that the less-aged can only wistfully imagine? Is there any room for the telecaster in today's stream-lined, instant gratification-obsessed, disposable, sterile commercial jingle-like music scene? Will time swallow up the cultural identity of a generation of yore, and compress it into bitesized ad-campaigns to compensate for the following's lack of? What shall become of the telecaster?! Pray tell, keepers of history!