“ Howdy”from the corn belt

Bedder18

Tele-Meister
Joined
Oct 2, 2019
Posts
282
Age
49
Location
Corydon Indiana
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Welcome!
When you get a chance, post some pics of your rig, we love pics!
Show us what ‘yer workin’ with ;)


Here’s my daily driver
USA made. Callaham bridge. Nocaster pups. Reverse controls. TESI kill.
 

Midgetje94

Friend of Leo's
Joined
Jun 22, 2021
Posts
2,613
Age
30
Location
Texas
How’s the tesi switch holding up? Any crazy popping static noise? How is the ease of pressing it while playing?
 

SandyBinTexas

TDPRI Member
Joined
Feb 5, 2022
Posts
8
Age
61
Location
Texas
Welcome from the Rhubarb Triangle.

Occassionally someone posts about having thinned their collection, but that is very much the exception to the rule. I joined about eight years ago with just a James Burton Telecaster, a Gordon Smith GS1, a 70's Kasuga Strat copy and a Yamaha LL11-e. Today I have thirty two instruments including eleven "T" types. Here are ten of them. You are most welcome, but need to be aware that your addiction is unlikely to be cured.

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Great Collection, let me know should you have the Need for Long Term Storage....
 

Bedder18

Tele-Meister
Joined
Oct 2, 2019
Posts
282
Age
49
Location
Corydon Indiana
How’s the tesi switch holding up? Any crazy popping static noise? How is the ease of pressing it while playing?
i didn’t get any static or popping noises, but the switch I had required a bit of effort to engage. The spring was stiffer than most. I know some kill switches are very easy to use but noisy (pinball machine types). I guess there’s a trade off. The TESI stuff is well made, though.
 




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