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that is sad if true
Yeah I always get excited when I see the photos and then go check them out in person and am sad.
Came back to post exactly this!!!
I think it's awesome. I probably won't get one though.
Ok finally saw one in person, and basically side by side with a Butterscotch Blonde American Professional. The American Original 50s Tele looked...
What's so funny? ;)
Hiding under a rock? ;)
Ok so they are going for NOS? You're saying the new ones looked that orange back in 1954?
Seems like a great guitar:
Agree 100% on pale neck tint and the meh finish. Otherwise seems like a very cool guitar.
This is the only thing keeping me from buying one. It looks weird to me.
I have to admit I kind of like the new line...
I picked up one of the American ones a few weeks back. Love it
The neck on the Instagram pic looks like it has a lot more vintage tint than a standard MIM.
This one doesn't look like a Thinline or MIM
Do they currently sell any red Teles with maple necks like this?
If you like the shorter scale get the Mustang. Mustang was my first electric, cool little guitar. Gave my old one (early 70s model) to my...
What color is that? Looks amazing.... White blonde? Desert sand?
I want to like the Special cause of the way it looks and the price. But I don't like the neck/frets much.
Never got the Am Standard cause I don't...
Ok found a huge epic thread on them
Fender dealer told me yesterday that new rosewood regulations were really messing up shipping....
And did they do one in 2006 and 2011?
So is it just called a "Fender 60th Anniversary Telecaster"?
Yeah, seems like it would have a different name.
It's listed for sale on a few sites as a "2006 Fender 60th Anniversary '52 Reissue Telecaster" but it looks more like a natural ash American...