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A couple times to get the "Wooden Ships" tone ...and that's all.
Nope. And yep. (or maybe the other way around)lol
Modern Tele close to a real vintage, there isn't one I know of, but since the look and vibe would play a part, I'd try to find a Nocaster that you...
If I were to buy a Tele today, I'd go for tone and dynamics over anything and everything else.
I sometimes use a tweed Bronco as well.
Ebony lookin' nice on that burst.
Masterbuilt is it's own thing, with more time and expertise in the build.
Humbuckers were created to lower hum, but at the expense of losing some top end.
looks like a late 60's Tele.
Neat gizmo. The unwound strings on that Gretsch sound huge.
Yep, Tele in Yardbirds, and then Zep. And on records. It had a mean sound.
Been using duct tape for years, and it's awful ..lol
With these photos I favor the tortoise.
1956 V .. I had a CS version and liked the shape.
Large Fender heavy or large Gibson heavy, mostly.
Based on a couple I had, rosewood capped neck can be good, or not so good. The capping, be it rosewood or maple, changes the dynamics and tone of...
Maybe its the amp? . . .
Would be nice to hear what that Tele sounds like (clean) without fuzz or heavy overdrive.
I had one of those, 3 pups, Parsons/Green ...was impressive and veratile. As for bridge, seems it could be integral to the precision of that...
So, who has the most Tele's so far?
Got my first in 1970 . . natural Thinline.
I always take the best I have, anywhere and everywhere, and leave it strapped around my neck on breaks if need be. That said, in your case, I'd...
The figuring in body and neck should make for iteresting sound ..would love to hear it.
Be different and go with a clear pickguard.
Sticker on a Tele? ..heck ya ! ! !