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He gave me a pick in 1997-8ish at the State Theater in Detroit!
They're cool...BUT, EVERYTHING, and I mean even tuning sounded like Robin Trower to me! (not a bad thing!) But probably didn't help I ran it with...
I even noted it calls out narrow string spacing on the brochure.
I have the Vintera Tele 72 Deluxe, picked it up like new for 6 something..VERY impressed..
Not to hijack..but one JUST like this was my first good electric when I was 17, bought from a guy in 1991 for $150! (It was my graduation...
I always thought the Squier Vintage Modified 70s was more than a nod to these..
Very cool! Jammin' some THIN LIZZY now. :D
I think a lot of it depends on the transition from the fret board to the headstock face, between nut and string trees..the down slope area..seems...
Great info I'm just a 72 DLX RI guy, but I love the details! (I did own a 74 or 75 Thinline though.:D)
Next silly question..those tuners always...
Also, a question I have about these, is whether the selector switch got JUST a hex nut, or hex nut and washer...I've seen both but...
Aren't the ones on the left import/Squier types?
The Pure Vintage style is like the right one :
I've only seen the...
I did dig a lil deeper and saw that they were..thanks!
Older thread..but relevant.
Just nabbed a lightly used '19 Vintera Tele Deluxe..when I was setting it up, I did note the entire polepieces are...
Don't forget Time Fades Away! I LOVE "LA"..
I have them all on wax but On The Beach..I do remember getting it on CD when it came out.
Oh yes, i get him very much.
Nice, great shape! Mine got dragged around Detroit and was a lil rougher, but probably the 1 amp I'd pick if I ever had to choose one for life!
Yep, I HAD to use a dirt pedal for any kind of distortion at bedroom levels with mine..they are LOUD too! Actually I never was able to open it up...
'74 Marshall JMP 1992 Super Bass with PPIMV and one wire mod (for higher gain) and a '78 2203, stock, my gigging amp for 18 years before I found...
"The Firebird X destruction video that...
I really loved the one I tried out..
And I gave it hell on a fully gained out Marshall DSL...it had THE tone!! Sounded like a pissed off Les Paul!
Seems a Marshall dressed in tweed, not a bad price either..
It was an aircraft carrier for me..(but at least I had my '74 Tele Thinline and 72 Bassman 10 with me!)