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I love this concept! great idea
72 strat in sunburst, maple neck, wish I'd kept it, $125 in 1978
dang, my youtube link is wacked, here a Gear Page link
this is just awesome, JB is the man and the tele is the axe
they feel neck heavy to me
I've been using a 5 way switch and love it. the out of phase setting is cool w/ OD ,it really cuts in a Jimmy Page kinda way, dont use it much but...
I hung w/ the post production engineer for the Unplugged sessions. Lets just say that digital editing is an amazing thing
I had a feeling it was Alain before I even clicked the link, he likes his Fenders!
I find it amazing that the Zep thread was removed. a member strats a thread that he's excited about , has tele content and the FIRST reply is...
I forgot they make the strat style, thats even more frustrating! make the dang tele Allparts!
sweet, classic look
I'd love to find something like an Allparts FAT profile w/ a rosewood board, still lookin myself
I love his playing and attitude!
I'm using the Deaf Eddie 5 way w/ a set of 52 reissue pickups, man, I love that thing! the pickups in series make it great for hard rock tones and...
the 'pedalboard' LOL
hop into the ole wayback machine and record an LP w/ Plant Bonham and Jones, worked for one guy LOL
I've got a killer light DS for sale, my parts tele w/ Allparts FAT neck has displaced mine, but they are fantastic
ohh mommy, seafoam!!!! damn those are cool
that Kline guy has some really nice pieces, very sweet, I dig his hardware relicing
the Paige brand is fantastic for large necks, I have one in every case
wow, lottsa weird opins in this one, capos are really for ONE thing, to move the TONE of the open strings to a different key, anyone confusing not...
huh, maybe it's a custom order. what exactly does it say on the COA? does the serial match the COA? wonder if the "telecaster" is an aftermarket...
Nocasters only have a Fender decal, no model name at all, it's not a "nocaster" if it says telecaster, here's a pic
that was great, it really tickled me, sounds right at home on the uke