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The AV '64 Tele.
Hi, Niloy! Nice to see another member from Houston!
Chrissie Hynde. I met her in London for an album signing right after Learning To Crawl came out. Super funny and nice!
What did you decide? I love the AVRI 72 Custom! Lots of different tones between the humbucker and the single coil.
The AO 50s Telecaster necks feel great, if you ever get a chance to play one. I played one at my local guitar store a couple of weeks ago, and it...
I don't know if you've ever tried Custom Shop Nocaster pickups, but they sound great! Easily my favorites. I have a Nocaster pickup in the...
Hah! I know someone who lives in Yoakum!
My wife bought a Gibson Arlo Guthrie signature model because it's nice and small, but the guitar turned out to be kind of a dud--no matter which...
I think Fender used this finish in the early 80s. I seem to remember a friend of mine having a cobalt blue Tele with a maple neck. In fact, it...
I try to play each guitar with an open mind. I usually don't like chunky necks, but I tried out an American Original 50s Telecaster the other day...
Lake Placid Blue is my favorite Fender color! But Dakota Red is also a great color. Either way, you can't go wrong!
I think the original paisley pattern from the 60s has been frustratingly difficult to replicate. There have been threads upon threads of who does...
Why not put a Gibson mini-humbucker in the neck position of your Tele? I did, and it sounds great!
Do you play it much up there?
Is there a kitchen sink involved?
The '59 Strat pickups sound great! Maybe you could order one for the neck position.
Daphne blue is darker than Sonic blue.
[ATTACH] Spot the difference!
I have a Gibson mini-humbucker in the neck of my Paisley Tele, and a Nocaster pickup in the bridge. They sound great together! The only...
Nice guitar! LPB is my favorite Fender color!