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3rd & lindsley....musician's hall of fame & museum...loveless cafe...the factory in franklin....enjoy your visit to nashville!
i've had a 50s roadworn tele since they were first available....i love it.
give her a few minor tweaks and she is perfect.
tremendous bang for...
just be sure to have an esquire in the mix.
i have ten telecasters and two esquires, the wife thinks i'm fine.
my 50s roadworn tele is nothing shy of the perfect work horse
great chunky neck, great factory tex-mex p'ups, plays like a dream, sweet tone
i've made several, they're fun.
love that raw edge to their tone.
my blonde 50's road worn has become one of my favorite guitars,each of my ten telecasters have their own personality...but the 50's road worn is...
go for it, you'll be glad that you did.
the 50's roadworn tele plays like a dream & sounds great.
very good bang-for-your-buck value, excellent...
the wife of one of my good friends donated an old sewing machine to the cause plus i've acquired some odds and ends from stew-mac and mc master...
i'm soon going to have a go at winding my own pickups.
starting simple with pickups for a couple of my cigar box guitars then once i have...
exactly-a real deal,no bull**** guitar.
not just a tele w/o a neck pickup
a completely different axe.
WRHBs are used by quite a few blues axe slingers, they have a warm,wonderful and full tone.
I'd suggest going to 500k pots and lowering the neck...
as a retired FOH engineer i would let the guitar and bass players know before sound check that "less is more,that's why you have me".
it's pretty much up to you if you want the "carpet to match the curtains" with brass nut and saddles...
the are an infinite number of tonal...
something else to consider:
joe barden bridge with danny gatton scoop
nice sturdy bridge plate, well made
glendale brass saddles for d-g / b-e...
choosing his words poorly in regard to redheads & telecasters.
like taking a knife to a gunfight.
i've used many mitey mite tele style necks,haven't had one that i thought to be poor quality...most every guitar neck requires a few...
esquire into fulltone distortion pro or ocd, into fulltone tape echo or mini deja-vibe, into fender hot rod deluxe. most of the time....
it appears that you now own a partscaster esquire.
not a completely bad thing.
mind saying how much $$ you paid for it?
the only way to really understand an esquire is to play and love on one for a while. there are many varied opinions on how and why an esquire...
the vast majority of kit guitar components are usually very poor quality,alright,junk.
i've seen a few guitar kits and thought they made good...
uh-huh. there's just something about an esquire.
love 'em all.