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flip that upper back panel right side up!
If you can, turn the master volume all the way up, I think that takes it out of the circuit.
for example, is a 62 reissue Fender Telecaster rosewood neck a perfect fit for fit a 52 reissue body?
Someone must have put a rosewood neck on a 52 reish. How did it work out? Where can I get the best after-market rosewood neck that would be a good...
what's up with the trendy Kings of Leon haircut??
Still, that is a pretty cool looking telecaster, IMO.:-)
IMO, the Peavey DB 210 is one of the great amps, for the money.
$200 in 1953 dollars is about $1700 in today's dollars. Which is about right for a top of the line fender tele today.:-)
I think if someone wanted to pass off a partscaster as something else they wouldn't pass it off as just a MIJ guitar and accept just 600 bills for...
I had one of these in a tele. I'm a vintage tone guy but this was very nice. You might want to use a 500K pot for it. Or not.
I have a line on one of these, though only by mail order. Has anyone weighed there Joe Strummer tele? What does your JS tele weigh?:-)
I had one with the split shaft tuners. I never took the neck off so can't help you there. This one might be simply a later model in which Squire...
I wouldn't mind being Sass Jordaned.:grin:
I want to get one of those, again.:-(
\that would put the 1950 sticker price at $1249 in today's dollars. That's about right, leastaways it is up here in Canader
Picked this bad boy up for $100! In good shape except almost every pot is dirty and scratchy. Just in case, does anyone know what replacement pots...
I agree that it is likely a Hwy 1; correct neck and decal, they came in Daphne Blue...no reason to automatically think it's Custom Shop.
I'm sure it would be just fine for a rehearsal space.
I have a janglebox and other compressors and a Fish and Chips EQ. I don't find that I can duplicate the janglebox with a compressor and EQ.
Hey thanks! I love the colour too. They are both MiMs from the early 2000s.
I think the colour is called Ice Metallic, though some people call...
how loud were you playing the deluxe?
I thought you'd never ask!
Absolutely - they are all great pickups, to my mind at least. It is just a matter of matching pickup to guitar.
I too have had both old and new in the same guitar and I agree with Sean001's description of the differences. The older OV bridge pup seemed...
as the title says. I've had both a different times, wondering if they would go together well....
Right now the OVs are in a MiM '94 toploader, and the nocasters are in a 2003 MiM standard. These are the newer nocasters not the super bright...