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    Two Sting Trees

    What year did Fender start putting two string trees on Telecasters?
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    NGD - 1973 Fender Telecaster

    I purchased it at the Dallas Guitar Festival this weekend and I’ve been playing it through my 1968 Deluxe Reverb. It’s extremely clean and plays great.
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    Knob set screws

    At zero volume, where are the set screws on a new telecaster positioned; six o’clock?
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    Is there a quiet compressor?

    I took the MXR Dyna Comp off my board because it was noisy and replaced it with a Wampler Ego. The Ego is just as noisy. is there a quiet compressor?
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    Using a Capo on an Electric Guitar

    The female lead singer in our band only wants to do songs in the key of the original recording. Her latest three songs are in Gb. She also wants to reduce the time between songs when we play live. In order to play in Gb, I have to capo the second fret. When I do that, my tuning goes sharp and...
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    Pink Paisley Telecaster

    I’m considering one of these. My choices are: 1. Used Japanese Fender 2. New Nash T-68 3. New Fender Custom Shop Do you have any recommendations?
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    MXR Carbon Copy Slapback Delay

    How do you set your Carbon Copy for slapback delay?
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    Jensen C12Q vs C12K

    The ‘64 Custom Deluxe has a Jensen C12Q speaker, which is lighter and less expensive than the Jensen C12K in the ‘65 Reissue Deluxe. This is all I know about those speakers. What other characteristics make them suitable for that particular amp design?
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    NAD: Fender ‘64 Custom Deluxe Reverb

    It’s the real deal; reverb and vibrato (tremolo) on both channels. It is quieter and weighs 10 pounds less than my ‘65 Reissue. And the standby switch doesn’t “pop.” Nice job, Fender. (And Happy Birthday to me.)
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    Fender Deluxe Reverb 65 Reissue Standby “Pop”

    Switching this amp to standby (down) will produce an annoying “pop.” I have also read the article that Sweetwater has on their site explaining why this is “normal.” I have also read that Fender has warned that fixing it would void the warranty. Nevertheless, it is annoying and I would like...
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    Oxford C12K-12 speaker

    I have this speaker in a 1968 Deluxe Reverb. I have heard of the Oxford C12K-5 model, but the second “12” in the model throws me. Does anyone know what that means? Here is the label from the back. Thank you for your time.
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    What Speaker Is In My 1968 Fender Deluxe Reverb

    Can anyone tell me what blue label speaker this is; Oxford, Utah, Other? This is on the paper label behind the blue label.
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    64 Custom Deluxe or Vintage Sound 22

    I love Deluxe Reverb amps. I have a 65 DRRI, a black Tone Master, a blonde Tone Master, a Dr Z-Lux, and a real 1968 Deluxe Reverb. I have an opportunity to buy a used 64 Custom Deluxe for $1,800 or a new Vintage 22 for $1,895. I can’t try either out before I buy. I’m concerned about reports...
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    Fender Deluxe Reverb Glides

    I have a 1968 Deluxe Reverb that I put corners on in 1972. I’m trying to restore the amp to original, but I can’t remember what kind of glides were on it before I did that. The new 65 Reissue Deluxe Amps have the press-on glide cups and the 64 Custom Deluxe Amps have the Sphinx Glides that...
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    Fender Custom Shop '50s Journeyman Relic Telecaster

    I’m still bonding with it but so far, so good. The best feature is the soft V neck. I could do without the relic treatment, but somehow, that’s kind of cool. More later.
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    Boss DD-3 Slapback

    How would you set up a Boss DD-3 for slapback delay?
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    Fender Tonemaster Deluxe Reverb

    Last weekend, I traded a 65 Reissue Super Reverb for a Tonemaster Deluxe Reverb. I gigged it with my country band last night. It was amazing. I took a 65 Reissue Deluxe for a back up amp, but never used it. Our band is miked through the PA and I just plugged into the XLR in the back of the...




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