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What he said. Might as well save money and having to route the body. Only reason it to is if you really want the 7.25" radius neck.
What about the 52 Hot Rod or the 50s hot rod? If you like a humbucker in the neck, those should check off all the items on your list.
Except it's not nitro finished.
The 52 Hot Rod, at least the later versions, has almost all of the modern features other than the tuners and...
There are hot rod Teles too. I have the 52 hot rod Tele which has the medium jumbos and 9.5 inch radius. If you like a neck humbucker, it would...
Classic looking Tele. Enjoy it.
You got it sorted with Fender already but for future reference, 52 RI's have nothing on the back of the headstock and the serial number is stamped...
If you're just starting out, stick with the one guitar and focus on your playing. Then gradually add different guitars as you figure out what...
I wish there were two of those so I could buy a backup too.
Nice. My first Tele was a black Standard. That just brought back some memories.
Very nice. That's a good place to start for your first Tele.
Very nice. I like the color. It's nice to have something that is different from what everybody else has out there.
Very nice. Enjoy it.
I've only played one in a store once. I've owned a couple of the MIM '72 Thinlines and those were pretty good. The custom I played seemed to be...
Very nice, indeed.
Happy NGD. I love me some binding on a Tele.
Yep. Happy NGD.
Super bullets are made for Strats. They'll work the same except for the bullet end will be sticking out from the back of the body.
Is it really confusion or just economics? Increases in new prices will increase used prices as well. Inflation doesn't just hit new products.
Started out on a Strat. After going acoustic, went for a Tele for simplicity. Went back to Strats and then added Teles back to the mix. Being here...
I haven't seen one in the wild yet. That being said, the old version was pretty dang sweet. I love mine.
Next time throw some SPF 15 on it and you won't have to worry about it getting sunburned.
Very nice. I didn't realize that they had the "limited edition" neck plate instead of the 60th anniversary neckplate. I have a 2011 52 Hot Rod...
Congrats but you know the rules; we need pics.