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I just bought one from Jason Lollar, came in a week.
Buy one of each. I couldn't chose between the two, myself.
I have a Lollar '52 in my neck position. I use it 80% of the time.
Wow, great thread to wake up to. Inspiring!
That is one super cool Thinline. Ive never seen one like it. I actually like the chicken head knobs! It makes it look kinda like an old Kay or...
What a beauty. Ive never seen that particular model before. Is it a limited run 2006 like mine?
I'd love to see some pix of yours if you're so inclined...
Thanks! He's a good guy. It was totally a serendipitous purchase. Years ago I gave my son my MIJ Thinline that I loved, and regretted it ever...
Great info in this thread...
You have an awe-inspiring collection!
I like the necks on these. 7.25 vintage radius, Full but not a baseball bat. Kinda "U" shaped.
What neck did you replace it with? Is that an Allparts?
Fender Special Run
I picked it up today, and Im really happy with it. It looks like its barely been played. The headstock paint has yellowed a bit, which makes it...
I wouldn't say I hate it, Im just not used to seeing Fenders with 'em. I think it being white makes the effect a bit more subdued.
Thanks. The prices have shot up on these Classic Series Thinlines, and they seem to be getting scarce. I rarely see them up for sale anymore. I...
Me neither. Its Olympic white I read. Im on the fence on the painted headstock, but i can live with it.
Bought this from my buddy today for $550. Love Thinlines and especially the MIM Classic 60s Series. From what I found out, they only made 200 of...
Im looking at buying a Brio red Alder Tele body from a Canadian supplier. Any one ever heard of this company or have any experience with their stuff?
I have one and the neck is my favorite part of it.
Plenty of 'em for sale here in the Northwest.
Why not just decline then instead of taking the time to submit an outrageous bid that will negatively impact his business in the long run?
I never understood the whole "Tele vs. Strat" thing. They're both great guitars, just different tools for different jobs.