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Roy was one of the greatest ambassadors of the Telecaster.
Very nice and sweet to score that case with it too.
Flat pole blackguard porn. Very early top hat I thought those started in '54?
Good guitars get better over time not worse. I would not advise throwing the baby out with the proverbial bath water. I think you need to try to...
Inflation is the hidden tax...
FZ said that town was like a sealed tuna sandwich.
8 lbs is my sweet spot.
Trophy class pricing.
Agreed lighter strings gives you more range of nuance and control over the attack.
A lot of love for Chrissie here. Congrats to her for getting the recognition with the sig model.
How cool is that? Congrats and enjoy!
They did do some chambered versions back around that period IIRC.
CS Blackguards can really vary, I think you almost have to specifically identify the exact piece you want.
The last few CS Tele's I have bought...
Congrats on the new 8502.
I think you owe it to yourself to try the original MV's if you have them. Pretty accurate flat pole black guard...
Easy enough to just bend the switch over like Danny Gatton did but I don't see too many people dong that.
My teacher Frank Vignola
If you have the SE# you could contact Fender and ask about it also request the shop floor traveler.
That neck is pretty cool, nice top too.
Right around 8 lbs seems to be my sweet spot for an ash maple Tele.
I play a fair amount unplugged and have always gravitated to the ash/maple.
The proper term for me is flat pole black guard.
Looks like a very nice example of a v1 Tele Plus. That's a really cool and valuable instrument, congrats on scoring it.
Great article in this month's Vintage Guitar about Jimmy Page's lost LP Custom, how it was found and re-found and eventually returned to him...
Agreed on the logo. Neck plate with no SE# renders it impossible to identify and is the smoking gun.
Sorry should have said neck plate.
The neck is the part that looks legit. I think there are a lot of fakes out there now like this....
On that model the SE# would be on the bridge plate. I have seen several of these old American Classic or Custom Classic necks joined to what...