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Thats a neat ad !
The pickup just reproduces what it hears at that section of the body. So, whether a Strat pup, or stock, or some sort of hotter pup, I'd go with...
It helps if you play frequently at parties and pubs. I play lead and lead fills while singing lead, all fluently because of so much gigging in the...
The shade of Sir Paul's looks very '53 . . maybe sprayed in late '53 ?
Mine (link below) has a one-off custom bender from the dude himself, Gene Parsons.
Seems there'd be several reasons for paints and finishes to be evolving, or devolving, through the years.
Haven't thought about finish but lately been enjoying wear and checking on two instruments that aren't old.
I think its Eric Anderson from Bowstring Soldiers and Barnwood ...playin' a Murray Franklin.
For are larger neck I'd look into a Nocaster.
I didn't need to look further after buying my first electric in 1970.
Thats a neat looking piece of gear.
LED lighted signature of my name blinking ...to the beat of the particular song we're playing!
With 3 pup tele, you can get the screamin' lead-part tone of Bohemian Rhapsody with middle and neck pups out of phase.
I'd find out the weights of each. And also if they have similar necks, i.e. rosewood fretboard, or plain. Other than that, and not really liking...
Imo, its other factors, more than pups, that create an individual Tele's tone.
Some tweeds turned up sound kinda neat.
If there wasn't such thing as Fender, I'd just keep playin' the old Gretsch.
I commissioned a couple custom built ...its a gamble, especially regarding tone.
I play both bender and non benders ..and often its other peoples guitars which aren't benders.
That was some fast detective work.
Nice ! !
Roughly the same weight here.