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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Mrmegas, Jan 29, 2011.
This is mine the tele 69 Thinline sonic blue and my dads a Nashville power tele with a mod
Here are my main 2 teles:
8502 tele, just got it yesterday, yeah crappy cell phone pic...sorry.
Really like that one on the left! What is it?
My AVRI 52. Love it. Got its first couple of dings, now I can stop worrying about it and let it break in. It's the first guitar I can honestly say I would never sell unless someone offered a LOT of money(but why would they?)
Squier CV50s with vinyl record pickguard;
Squier CVC now upgraded with brass saddles and Tonerider Hot Classics.
Looks like a Roadworn Tele with custom pickguard.
Yep. It is a 50s roadworn. They are both roadworns actually.
To lazy to break out the good camera. 06'Baja (Freddie) and '10 Blacktop in transition to a single Hum single Volume (EVH Franken Tele) for now!
My 1998 Us Std
My original 1978 Fender Telecaster custom in cherryburst.
and my moded Nashville deluxe Tele with a Gibson SG neck
Here are some pictures of my 2006 MIA 60th Anniversary telecaster. I got it in August 2007. Won the auction on a Thursday and was laid off the following week. Glad I've been able to hang on to it through some really rough times.
well here's mine
Now that right there was funny!
Okay, glad to, thanks for asking.
My Logan Custom solidbody: Mahogany body with Bob's Darkened Mahogany stain, nitro-finished; B/W/B 3-ply pickguard; P-90 neck pup w/ black cover, giving a stealth pup, quasi-Esquire look; Birdseye Maple neck & board, with amber tint; gold appointments to accentuate the gold tones in the woods.
My Logan Custom "Logo" Thinline: 3/8" Alder veneers top and back on a pine core body, with Bob's Honey Blonde stain, nitro-finished, and a B/W/B 3-ply pickguard. Instead of a traditional f-hole cutout, this "Logo" cutout approximates the cursive "L" of the name "Logan" on the headstock. Maple neck & board, standard appointments.
Bob's pic of Honey Blonde "Logo" Thinline
Custom Shop 54 Tele in Dakota Red (light relic).
Has a Broadcaster bridge pickup, Nocaster neck pickup, same large neck as a Nocaster, but with a 9.5 radius and medium jumbo frets:
That's a really nice lookin' one. Many of the 52 reissues I've seen have way too much mustard color to the finish, but not yours.