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OP is talking about Telecaster plates from the CS.
I don't know what the CS uses, but my guess is they reach into a bin of the usual item and pull one out to use. The usual bridge plate varies a...
Your weak and wimpy is my honky and woody, but maybe that's just because I live in this specific Zip code.
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In TDPRI "The BASS Place" is where you'll get the best results. Post your question there.
Would dewaxed shellac be recommended if he's going to put a different type of finish over it?
Now you have the equivalent of Danny Gatton's '53.
Looks like a car cigarette lighter, to me.
^^^ Exactly what I do.
Perhaps he means toucan amps.
That's awesome. He really understands that song's groove.
Then you need this. It was right next to the Virtue TP.
Saw this at Target.
He was a great *interpreter* of rockabilly while spinning it with his own licks and techniques.
I always like this one. Hmmm... it's a bit wilder than the version he recorded with Delbert McClinton. Good stuff!
Spend a bit more money and get a Fat that's tapped for Nashville. You can try both, then solder in the one you like best.
I just received a...
What @tfarny said. Fender has been making them with barrel saddles since about 1950 and they still work fine.
I've had multiple, successful dealings with these folks. They know what they're doing and are reliable. KCA also sells used tubes that test within...
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Same with my neck. It's substatial enough and nowhere as thin as the neck on my Bullet.
The CV Tele is everything a Tele is supposed to be. It's what Leo would have produced if he had modern manufacturing methods and equipment...
What articles are these? Please provide links.
Are you experienced in the NOS tube realm? Not just using tube equipment and buying replacements,...
Don't know about modern production. In the early 50s Esquire and Broadcaster days they had a mix of 7 1/4" and 9 1/2" until they settled on 7 1/4".
Cool. I sure couldn't see that in the second pic.
That's not a stinger: a stinger is short, pointy, and sharp contrast. That's a sunburst neck which is waaayy cooler. Nice guitar!
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