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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Blue, Jan 10, 2019.
What do you think?
Looks more like road kill to me.
If you're going to buy a cheap Squier, buy one that looks brand new. That one doesn't look played, it looks like it was left in the back of a truck and had stuff dropped on it.
I hate bad relic jobs, and that is the worst.
I think @LocoTex is way too kind to be mentioning this and "relic job" in the same sentence... this isn't the way a guitar's finishing wears off on the road. This is a butcher job with a hammer and a screwdriver. "looks and plays the part"... yeah, I'm quite ready to believe it plays like it looks.
The most ridiculous thing is that brian there imagines that his awful, awful mistreatment of a perfectly nice guitar has increased the value by £80 compared to a brand new, pristine Affinity Tele.
No, No, No, No, No!
Not my cup of tea. I agree that some guitars--mostly teles--can look really cool w/ faux aging. But my sense is that they're supposed to look worn from decades of playing, not beat up from falling off a truck. But it's all a matter of personal preference.
It is not a road worn tele.
I think 250 quid is laughable.
At least get "Squier" right.
Does it come with the Gibson pick?