I'm a traditional guitar guy, I like 'em like they used to make 'em. I don't like fancy Teles, they seem kind of, well bourgeouis. This came into my local guitar shop as a return. They didn't know what it was but I think it's a 2015 American Custom FMT (Correction: I have paperwork in the case, says it's a 2015 American Custom). I humored my buddy the sales manager and played it a little. Long story short, some dickering, some trades, and it's mine. It has a Chrome-plated 6-saddle bridge. I hate those things. It has a compound radius neck with Jumbo frets. Meh. It has Fender-branded (look like Schaller) tuners with Pearloid buttons and holes not slots. That's just wrong. It has a Maple top (I don't know, I guess veneer?). Straplocks. Never use 'em. That's the bad, here's the good: Fat round neck feels great. Plays so easy. Workmanship, every detail just jumps out at you everywhere. Not a lightweight, but feels, well, good. And the tone!! Open the tone knob and you definitely know you're playing a Tele, work the knobs and your pick and you've got a versatile, exciting-sounding guitar. Clean? Yup. Dirty? Yup. That in-between gritty place (that's my house)? Double-yup. Enjoy making fun of me, I deserve it.