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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by horax, Apr 20, 2017.
A rosewood Schecter tele with all that brass hardware.
1950 Fender Broadcaster, stamped 0249 on the bridge plate, currently owned by Nacho Baños. I doubt he'll ever part with it though. So I'll be content with my '04 52 reissue telecaster with custom shop blackguard pickups. That way I don't have to dream... Well almost.
It would have to be one of the two sported by Messrs. Seymour & Palmer here.
do you have a link for the squier project? I'd like to see it.
Also, lately I've been jonesing for one of these...
Yeah, it's here, if you want to take a look:
My voodoo priestess Korina Bloodwood. A Warmoth partscaster build. Black Korina capped with Bloodwood, Bloodwood neck with a Canary skunk stripe and Rosewood fretboard, Seymour Duncan Antiquities tele neck, P90 middle and tele bridge pickups and a Seymour Duncan all brass prototype bridge.
Got mine already. '69 I bought new in '69.
I want the Tele Daniel Ash played with Bauhaus in the late 70's and early 80's. Unfortunately, I believe it burned up in a fire when he was recording with Love & Rockets.
I'd probably settle for a black 1966 with rosewood fretboard, similar to what Daniel and Joe Strummer played, but from the year I was born.
For something not so vintage, I could go for a Fender James Burton red paisley, with gold lace sensors...which I used to have and sold (it came with red/silver/blue lace sensors and I put the gold in).
The flash coat is really delicate and I gig my guitars so the wear and tear is inevitable.
Same for me. I did own a 1998 Collector's edition, in similar finish, for a few years. I sure wish I had it back.
Holy Grail...Let's see. The aforementioned 40th, of course a Tuff Dog (either version), and I still covet the Select Tele from six or eight years ago, in Violin Burst. Oh my.
This one will do....
Here's mine...'63 Custom. My Uncle gave it to me when he bought his Grestch. It's actually the first Tele I've ever played.
Beautiful with a capital B.
Probably a Rosewood one from the early 70s (chambered!).
And if I'm dreaming, a real one.
I guess I'm easily pleased. For me, it's my 50s Baja. 6.8lbs of joy. It's my favorite guitar of all I own and I lust after no other.
My Forrest Lee Jr. Bender!
If I could pick any 55-57 white guard. Those necks are incredible and the early staggered pole pieces are mighty!
Not really sure at the moment, but according to my username, maybe it should be this one, lol.