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Saw Tab at the Alex City Jazz Fest (AL) a few years ago. He is really good live!
Thanks. Great guitar. Do you know what month it was made? I'm betting Sept.
I've always thought early tele's (up to the 72 Deluxe) had 7.25" radius. The Deluxe was first (and only that I know of) to have flatter 9.5" until...
I'm pretty sure the originals were 9.5in. I seriously doubt that Fender had a 12" radius Tele neck back then. As far as the RI's go, Fender...
I thought the original Deluxe had a 9.5" radius neck?
Count on $400-450 for an original WRHB.
Best live performance by an artist overall in terms of sounding better than (or in this case exactly the same as) their studio work was a concert...
Very nice! Congrats. There's just something special about seeing an original unmolested guitar.
Thanks for sharing.
Never noticed or thought to measure, but here are 5 of mine;
Looks pretty random to me:
Mahogany was one of the options for the first series Thinlines ('68-'71), but was quickly phased out shortly after the Thinline II with WRHB came...
Actually, I believe the Mahogany Bodies bring the premium. I've been looking forever for a '68 Mahogany Thinline; last of the Maple Cap necks....
Is it Ash or Mahogany? Pictures would be nice if you have any.
Added another '72. This one is in rare Mahogany.