I am looking at a few 60's style Teles. An AVRI 64, the discontinued AVRI 62 and a Nash T-63. They are all new or used in like new condition and would all be about $1,500 +/- depending on what I can negotiate. I have played the '64 Tele before. It is a fine guitar and I like it but don't love it quite as much as I want to (or think I should). Whenever, I have compared it directly to the '58 I have preferred that one but not by a great margin and I think it probably has to do with the maple versus rosewood fretboard. However, I am in love with the Lake Placid Blue finish that is being discontinued and I know I will love taking it out from its case everyday even if it isn't the perfect guitar for me. I am also looking at the '62 and Nash which are in other vintage colors I love. I have never seen a Nash in person before. Like many, I do not care for much of their relic work. However, this particular guitar is a light relic with no dings visible in the pics, only slight aging of the hardware. Also, since it is a rosewood board there is no wear on the fretboard which I think Nash tends to overdo based on pics I have seen. It has more modern specs, which is what I am used to, in terms of radius and fret size. I am not sure whether I have ever played a '62 before. Recently at a GC, there was a vintage-style white tele with black binding which I though looked like a '62 except I thought they had been discontinued and the salesperson couldn't tell me what model this particular guitar was. However, the neck was pretty thin so I thought it might be a '62 model based on what I had read about those guitars' necks. I like that guitar fine except the neck was a bit thin for my tastes. I do love the looks of the discontinued '62s with their double-binding and those custom colors. I won't be able to try any of these guitars before purchase as these are all online transactions. The seller of the '64 has a good return policy so it is pretty low risk. Not sure on the Nash but there might be a restocking fee for returns. The '62 is a "buy it it's yours" purchase.