Based Strictly On Looks ..... Your Favorite Signature Telecaster.

RYAN1987M

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The Britt Daniel thinline, which I swapped in a three-saddle bridge. It's like a bumble bee & sweet as can be! šŸ


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I even added a 3-saddle bridge too...

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kinkstah

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Albert Collins (mine is in avatar)! Signature notwithstanding, it's as if this model was made according to what I was looking for, both in terms of specifications and aesthetics. Plus, the fact that I revere the Iceman certainly doesn't spoil anything!
 

teletimetx

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I like the the Britt Daniel thinline and the Albert Collins for looks. And for a classic CAR, Iā€™m kind of partial to the James Burton standard; MIM, nice full U-shaped neck, Texas Specials, etc. I did switch in a 3-saddle for the rattle-hammer - bought it used.

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netgear69

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Double bound teles gets me everytime.

I love looking at them as much as playing them.. sometimes I just take them out and look at them gorgeous.

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Agree the double bound custom teles are class i like the original paint job not sure what the actual colour is called but the dark burst is more of a brown colour than the reissue types which use black edges
 




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