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I have a Natural Thinline and it's a thing of beauty!
Here's mine, I play this thing more than my american series tele!
American Series Tele
Hot Rod deluxe amp
I have not used any effects at all since the late sixties. I get just what I want from my Tele and my Hot Rod Deluxe. For me, this is a...
I had a 1962 Tele that I purchased used in 1966. I played this one stock until 1996 when I traded it in on a 1996 American standard which I played...
This one comes with the jack & screws...
Welcome! Actually, there are a few of us experienced er...gentlemen in the house.
Very nice! I don't own one but I have played them. These are killer guitars.
I guess it's about time I check in!
Welcome...you came to the right place!
Smells like something from the ocean to me.
Don't even get me started...I never discuss politics religion or John Mayer.
This one...2005 American Series - no mods, no frills. Just as it was built.
My 04 American Series Tele gets played much more than my others.
My 2005 American Series - Chrome Red/Rosewood Board - All Stock.
A 72 Thinline RI with the pots changed out from the stock 250's to 500's. I did this and ....I was enlightened !
All my Strats are hardtails...so I don't miss it at all.
This is my No1.
Well, I think that there is an inconsistancy in the quality on these guitars from the factory. Last year I ordered one and when it arrived, it...
I have an American Series Tele and a MIJ 72 Thinline RI and both sound great for blues. I play through a Hot Rod Deluxe...no effects.
I don't have a thing against CAR + Rosewood...just look at my avatar.
maestrovert...I stand corrected. I was playing a 72 Thinline RI when I posted this.
Yes, The frets are the vintage style (small) and the neck radius is the modern 9.25
I have played a few and actually, they feel pretty good.