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This one has Mojo Tone Knockouts (P-90 clone) and it sounds great!
The line-up has changed in the past year...[ATTACH]
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In the early 90's a friend found an old Kay archtop in a dumpster and gave it to his 5 year old son. it was in horrible shape. I offered the kid...
The surf green one is actually blue (with a lot of nicotine).
eight is enough
I do believe I (finally) have enough Telecasters.
I haven't plugged it in yet. I plan to do that later today.
Eddie Markham (local Tele pickin' monster and auto painting aficionado) did it for me. I'm sure it was hard, that's why I paid him to do it. I...
This was a normal MIM white Cabronita.
I had it refinished in silver metal flake and added TV Jones pickups.
The pictures don't do it justice,...
Thanks! I can't wait to change the bridge and flip the controls. This is Tele number 8.
I picked up a 1994 American Standard Telecaster yesterday. I want 3 brass saddles. There must be a replacement bridge or saddles that can be used...
I finally got to bust out the Antigua on stage. I got this thing about 6 months ago and after flipped controls, compensated brass saddles, dome...
This was Tele #3 for me. It was assembled with Seymour Duncan Hot for Tele pickups. Nice, but it didn't sound quite Tele enough.
All my offspring grew up (youngest is 36) and none of them are musicians. They all love music, but don't make it.
My grandson Anthony Detoro is...
I like the matching pickguard. Black doesn't look right. The other two I had laying around look WAAAAY worse!
If I get a Halloween gig I'm taking that guitar and getting Turtle Boy make up!
Oh yeah, I also reversed the controls.
A couple years ago I tried to get one of the MIM Antigua Telecasters. Missed it by thaaat much... I finally got one last week.
I started with a small home made amp in the late 60's.
By the end of the 70's I was sporting a Music Man HD-212 on top of a Vox Super...
That amp stand is flush with tone.....
I bought a new 212 Reverberocket about 15 years ago. It has been my main amp ever since. About 7 years ago I put a pair of Greenbacks in it and...
"Real live rock & roll, genuine blues, imitation reggae and serious comedy"
I spoke to the guy that gave me the guitar. He informed it did NOT fall off the wall... it was run over by an 18 wheeler. EVEN BETTER!
It's gonna wear all it's scars with pride and dignity!
During the first set it got baptized with Samuel Adams when a drunken dancer crashed into me, 2 mic stands and the drum set.