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That Blonde looks fantastic! My Baja was much more of a yellow blonde; tres jaune!
Classy looking setup!
I noticed that as well about the 50s modified Vintera. Lusckily, i still have and still love my Baja. I play it every day at work!
Glad you dig...
It looks like the new Vintera series is replacing the Baja Telecaster. Rest in Power, Baja Tele.
The Desert Sand really looks like a vintage white in some cases. For instance, check out this reverb listing....
I think it was a special release for Guitar Center.
My ruler is not the best, but it measures 2 and 3/16" on one side of the ruler, and 55mm on the other side; which are slightly different. So it's...
Ahh, so bad internals in the mechanical switch. Good sleuthing!
We can enjoy both the 60s and the original Baja tele. All teles are beautiful, guys!!!!! :P
Actually, I found a set of 60s Baja Tele pickups for...
You can think of the switch as three vertical columns.
Center is the common.
When the switch is OUT, the center and the bottom lug are connected....
To me, the pickups, switching, and the neck shape are what makes a Baja distinctive.
Okay, this is almost a year late,m but I'll chime in. I have a Baja Tele, pretty much stock, but I refinished it (good way to get half a pound of...
Nope. Check out the third photo. There are still chunks missing.
It was the '59. I think my iPhone camera and he lighting just blew out the photos.
Bassist is Tony Scherr.
Rather than post a new thread, I'll just add my Campilongo pics here.