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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by durango jon-boy, Jan 27, 2007.
My guess is it's a master volume, like on Gretsches.
A '94 USA Washburn Loredo LT-92 in natural ash with a Seymour Duncan Jerry Donahue Custom bridge and Alnico II Pro neck pickup set.
Bass Contour control...Removes bass frequencies from your sound. Very, very useful!
Despite getting my new Custom Shop, I still really enjoy playing my Peavey Reactor:
Fast fast neck, and vintage tones.
G$L ASAT Special (don't have picture yet), and my#1 K-Line 52 (it's not a Fender, the waterslide was put on by the previous owner).
My Bacchus T-Standard
It is a telecaster for you ?
Got a Peavey REactor. Big ol fat neck on that thang.
Here's my 1994 Peavey Reactor...
Here's one I'm just finishing up...
It's sneaky- we put a SD quarter pounder under the pickguard in a middle position.
Not a Tele, but a Tele-style! The Hahn 228 that came my way recently! It's a beauty.
As far as I'm concerned that's a Tele all right, and a bloody nice one too! Congratulations again, Ron - enjoy!
Jeffrey, that guitar is freakin GORGEOUS!
No such thing.
As long as it looks that good, you can call it a Telecaster any time you wish, as far as I am concerned.
Very handsome guitar, indeed.
I picked this up earlier today. Kent Vintage Series tele-copy. Unsure of the date...60's or so from what I can find online. Plywood body...not in the pristine shape and needs a little intonation work. But it plays good enough and sounds pretty good.
I'm picking up an Aria tele tomorrow as well. Then I'm going to decide between them. Once I find out which one I like more, I will upgrade it.
Um. What is that, um, uh - searching for words - thing?
Finished this one recently:
A similar thread to others here, but I see this one's been going on for a while, started before I joined the list, in fact. I have no problem with recurring themes in these threads, especially when they are photo ops, and it means that I get to boast about my Tele.
In answer to the OP's question, my non-Fender Tele is a custom-made Logan Telecaster, made for me by Bob Logan (http://logancustoms.com) in Delafield, Wisconsin. My Tele has a solid mahogany body and a 21-fret Birdseye maple neck (amber tint) and gold appointments. The bridge is a Wilkinson vintage style, and the pups are also Wilkinsons, w/ a vintage style bridge pup and a P-90 neck pup w/ black cover. The PG is a black 3-ply, which gives that P-90 a sort of stealth appearance. The switching is the standard 3-way switching.
Posted these pics from my gallery before, but here they are again for this fine thread.
Perhaps we could call it a Lecasterte. Seemingly ideal for headless-chicken pickin'...