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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by ladave, Sep 29, 2017.
Good job I don't live near the Willdwood store, I'd be bankrupt.
That was my assumption, but there is no FSR documentation with it so I'm not sure.
No there doesn't seem to much airplay online about the Twisted bridge. Unfortunately I can't give much of an opinion yet, hopefully in the future I will be able to.
Yes, aka yellow. Haha.
Wow, small world! Thanks for not buying my guitar! It was a tough call for me too between the '52.
My understanding is that Vintage White is supposed to mimic aged Olympic White...so what color will Vintage White be when it ages?
Love it, everything about it!! As is! Leave it!!
How's the tone?
The AV64 is one of the best instruments Fender makes right now.
Yours looks great and it's a keeper. I wouldn't change a thing about it, and I'd leave the mint guard on. It looks just like a 60s Telecaster and it's got oodles of mojo.
Will most likely leave it as is. I really like the color scheme on older guitars, just think it looks a little odd since its brand new and shiny.
So far love the tone, more on that later I hope. Sounds quite a bit different than my Baja even on the neck which is the same PU.
Had no idea Wildwood had a thin skin 64! Have only ever seen the 52s and (maybe) 72s. Congratulations! Stunning guitar! I’ve heard really good things about the TTs, but you could always throw a 64 pickup in there if you needed a change. Im another who thinks that the 64 neck pickup is perfect!
wow, that is lovely. nice!
It's hard to beat a guitar like that if you are buying new. IMO
Wow thats a great looking Tele.
absolutely perfect. i almooooost pulled the trigger on it when it got posted. congrats!!!!!
That's a gorgeous guitar - congratulations!
Love it! My jazzmaster is a wildwood spec 65'. Having that guitar in a 9.5" radius is a real winner in my book. Nice score!
Dayum that guitar looks nice!!
I'm diggin the vintage cream nitro.