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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by wrxplayer, Apr 3, 2009.
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I can make Roy sound just like me on my CV!
I think 45k is a bit much for the same outcome!
piling onto the necro thread, for your consideration, the twilight zone
2019 Fender guitar Center Limited edition Elite telecaster with maple top. phenomenal guitar especially with a little bit of dirt /gain
looks like a flat sawn neck, silky smooth satin finish
What are the body on that Ben? Looks great.
I'm thinking Aged Cherry Burst tonight, for some reason... but all the Teles are best-looking, really.
If the thread meant “Anyone’s best looking Tele” then I’d vote for an early 80’s “Maui Blue” Tele like this:
If you meant MY best looking Tele, then it’s this one ( if I ever get time to finish it)
Finish it, dannew02! You'll be so thrilled!
something i built when i was a apprentice luthier in tin pan ally denmark street london. after hours my boss let me build it with his help of course, recently sprayed though. this guy was my boss, we built guitars for some amazing people. and thanks http://www.dubreuille-guitar.com/
great bridge idea there! what is it?
Put that top on a 'hog body w/'hog neck and I might be tempted to off my LP.
That's a really sweet Tele!
Congrats and HNGD!
It’s a Mastery bridge. The guy I bought it from did all the work. He did a great job.
Paisley and black with gold!!!!!
The best looking one is the one you don't have yet.
... and the candy apple thinline, and the pin-up girl, and the good old Am Std... hmmmm..
Or my other selfmade blue baby with short neck
Have one just like it. Put a tortoise guard on it. Best Tele for the money period!!
So far, I’d say it’s this one. I really like the quilted maple.
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Never get tired of seeing "Old Crow," Randy!
My ol’ beast.
The neck is a heavily modded 1984 Philip Kubicki Strat neck.
It headstock was re-cut to Tele shape, and it’s ebony fretboard was replaced with rosewood.
The 1 piece Swamp Ash body was made by Bill Giebitz in 1988.
It’s had more repairs and mods than you’d believe.
It’s sorta beautiful.
Someday I’m going to learn how to play it!