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I believe some instruments enter a certain category of vintage starting at around twenty years.
I've never needed a backup (since the 60s) ...so hopefully you'll be ok. :)
Taught guitar in 1960s, had a group students, made money. But that said, never took a lesson myself. Just played natural ..and soooo glad I did. :)
Its the lucky woods of neck and body ...how they interact to make the sound and dynamics outcome.
Had 3-pup w/Strat-O-Tele switching but just used bridge ..mostly out of habit.
"Flying under the radar" . . good observation.
Yep . . less room for sloppy playing, more opportunity for perfect playing, especially when recording direct and clean into recorder.
Nice ! !
99% make me go "yuk!" lol.
A few AWESOME ones are . . ."Rock And Roll Woman", "Last Train To Clarksville", "She Said She Said".
Each will make the instrument sound different. And string/attack dynamics will be different. I'd choose based 100% using my ears.
Never thought of looking on the Tele, but have fussed with things lining up on my P-Bass.
One seems enough ..they're all largely the same. :D
After owning several in the past, including MIM and MIA ..I noticed the woods being different, as if they were sourced from different regions or...
Yep, those super light clear bodies were the best. I was seriously into building and racing in early/mid sixties.
Ok, I'll start the play list . . this is a white-guard era Tele that happens to have a blk guard.
Two might be one too many?
Had hot dogs, potato chips and ice cream today. Will throw a pizza in oven tonight. Tomorrow and the next day? ...who knows?
Its like everywhere else . . Subway Sandwich, Dollar Store, Walmart, Costco, McDonalds etc.
No-brainer as to why someone would convert to Esquire.
1. Nostalgia . . originally, Leo's invention had one pickup.
2. Simplicity/looks . ....
Cool Nocaster :D
So, will there by a Custom Shop Caffey signature model?
I tried a Nocaster once and thought it was totally cool.
Theres not a lot of fun-factor playin' a Tele for me. It's good for certain tight articulation, especially in the low strings. As for pure fun,...