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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by srmd22, Nov 12, 2016.
52 CS Tele, 62 Esquire Custom Partscaster, Esquired 50s Roadworn and a 51 Esquire Partscaster.
Lousy picture, while I was painting the living room in March.
But it doesn't include my Synth-only Tele which was in my bedroom, or the two more I've bought since the picture was taken.
I have to see a psychiatrist.
I like your style(s).
My three. All partscasters, all great (in my biased opinion)
Interesting image. What's the back story? Are you an Einstein aficionado? How was the image rendered on the guitar? It looks burned in. Are you the artist? I see you're in New Jersey. Are you near Princeton?
Poor photo of my #1. Warmoth body - carved top hollow swamp ash, Warmoth unfinished Canary / RW '59 profile neck. Lollar P90 and SD JD tele pickups, Hipshot bridge. 5 way switching. Clean country to classic rock perfection. Currently it's my slide guitar for the upcoming ZZ tribute gig. Coming back to this one after playing other guitars is like coming home.
From a few years ago
2 ThinSkin, 1 G&L
All gone. I am an idiot!
Is that Marty Stuart's Tele? [and arm]
2006 MIM with Texas Specials, 4 way switch.
2002 MIM with Original Vintage 52s
1988 Generation Custom
1988 Generation Standard Fender pickups of some kind, don't remember what they are.
Parts caster Squire neck, MIM pickups, unknown body. 5 string open G.
AV64, '62 Custom Partscaster (CVC, Joe Strummer Neck, SD A2pro/'95special), '60s Baja, '50s Road Worn Esquire
The most I ever had is two.. Whenever I try to look for a third, a strat always pops up and Id buy it. then all the used teles come out right after I buy the strat. which is like what the heck??? that happened to me three times already..
Now I'm trying to sell or trade my strat to get a third tele. I really want a 60's tele with double binding, or a Baja 60's.
Here's my current tele's for now.
Thinline Partscaster (Squire VM body, MIM Neck, Classic 60's pickups, gold hardware)
American Professional Telecaster
No group shot (I'll have to take one someday), but here's what is still in my music room...
2002 Fender MIM Thinlines
1984 Fender MIJ
Fender 1957 Esquire Refin
Fender 1966 Custom Refin
Fender Custom Shops
Fender Custom Shop Masterbuilds
It's a '56 closet classic made to look like Clarence's somewhat lol.
Somewhat my Ars.
I'm searching for an authentic 50's model Tele at a reasonable price. I've never been an officianado and tell vintage apart from factory aged except for basic clues from serial numbers. What would I expect to pay for say a 53' Tele original (no modification) preferably rosewood fret board