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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Mrmegas, Jan 29, 2011.
wow, i didn't know Fender made Telecasters with 80s shredder-style necks.
Here is my recently acquired '62 RI Japanese Tele in Old Lake Placid Blue. I just installed a SD Hot Rails for Tele, and will gig it for the first time this friday night!
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One of my favorite finishes of all time!
My new old Ash MIK Tele and my cheap Peavey Tele that i love.
My '95 Mexican on the right
I have a feeling you are groovydjs. i watch all your videos, and I recognize your axes, your walls, rug, LOL! If this is S. G., you rock like no other!!!!!! I recognized that cutaway tele MIK, and your "microphonic pickups gold/black tele" LOL! So glad you are on here.
Yup.....=) Johnson Millennium amp, its you, glad intelligent people are on here! Cheers!
Only Fender in the stable now:
'67 Tele maple cap refin....
'83 Top Loader
My 89 American Standard Tele, and my partscaster with Seymour Duncan Hot Rails and push/pull pot for coil splitting. The neck pup is just a Fender, not sure what model. I think the body is an old Squier but I'm not sure. I have no idea what the neck is.
This is my tele collection ... all play and sound very different, all great guitars.
1975 Tele custom, 2007 C.I.J. '52 reissue, 2009 C.S. Custom Deluxe, 2012 Partscaster.
I think you need a purple one!
My Squier standard (modded)
Heres my working tele (for now anyway) brilliant guitar , awesome sound combination with the humbucker up front , sounds better than a Coxton for sure , use it on the neck pup virtually all the time , sweet tone , plan to change the neck to maple at some point as i like a maple fretboard and reckon it would make this babe into a real beauty , ShadowChancer
Here's my special edition '52 custom
ShadowChancers tele -
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Crappy iPod image
2010 Classic Vibe Custom
The only pics I have so far.