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Now this was a useful review. Thanks!
Fender Telecaster ’55 Relic Custom Shop 2015 Wildwood 10
My Squier Vintage Modified 72 Thinline
Take a look at my thread where I wrote my initial impressions.
The neck has a thickness of 0.87" and feels close to the ones on the 50's Baja...
This is one I regret selling...
Now we are already 2 in the Squier 72 Thinline club :lol:
Everything you said about the superb sound of these WRHBs...
The neck has a gloss finish.
You're right. The WRHBs are brighter and by far less muddy than 'regular' humbuckers. After playing my 72 daily since the day I got it, I like the...
Great! I'm curious about your comments on the new Squier Thinline.
No. I just unscrewed the pickguard to take some photos for you guys while I was in the process of replacing the strings.
The pots are 250k and work as they should: Steadily decreasing volume/trebbles when rolling down.
Nothing to complain about the pots.
I have a makeover planned: Paint the body in vintage white and combine it with a 3ply parchment pickguard.
But the refinish won't start before...
The build quality is flawless. Even the frets are nicely leveled and dressed.
I think, these are the exact same pickups that are also used in the MIMs and higher models.
Compare the pickups photo in my 2nd post to these:...
The neck is held in place by 4 screws.
A google search for his name shows his website on place 1 of the search resulst.
That's BRUTAL and should be protected under the Human Rights Act :lol:
Beautiful guitar - HNGD soon!
What a weak character not having the guts to tell the truth to a girl whom he pretended to love.
No you're not :lol:
I was wondering the same. It is also strange that, while the new Squier models are listed on several E.U. websites for more...
Your gear is pretty good and you said that you've read everything about recording acoustic guitars.
Now go ahead and read everything about...
I also have the Musikraft V to C 0.88-0.95.
The V is not as pronounced as on the Clapton Stratocaster, but still noticeable at the first frets...
I used to have a Black Rope in a Tele (sold long time ago). One of the best early 50's style bridge pickups in my opinion.
Finish falling off in chips... looks like poly to me.