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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by cabronitele, Jul 19, 2014.
Marty Stuart and Mike Campbell both have great Tele tone for sure. And then there is Keith Richards.
A few others, but probably less known for playing Tele's.
Guthrie Trapp deserves a mention.
+1 I’ve seen the Don Kelley Band twice. First time with JD, second time with DD. Both are incredible!!
Technically an Esquire, but Paul McCartney on the Sgt Pepper album and especially Good Morning Good Morning.
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Poco-era Jim Messina.
I saw Marty on stage lay Clarence White's B-bender. I was awestruck
Ohhhh. Mya. Gawwwwd . . . I think I'm in Love!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder! This question has no singular answer--tele model or player. It's what everybody prefers to be the best. I will agree that the right tele in the right hands can do it all. Platefire
I second Laurie Wisefield, great player. Currently I love Josh Smith's sound.
someone said Joe Walsh earlier in this thread and i can't say i disagree. he always has a full, transparent and glassy sound. seems like his amp or amps are always goosed up just enough to keep things interesting.
Redd, Tim Lerch, Julian Lage.