For me a birth year guitar is a doozy, from my many search’s and personal taste I have a whooping 2 or 3 choicesNo. But you can probably get some satisfaction owning a birth year instrument. Maybe that’s the the ticket. The last Nash model 63 I played absolutely looked and felt more worn than my actual 73.
Get a custom shop guitar from 91 and your set. Early custom shop guitars are some great playing guitars but they are getting a little pricey.For me a birth year guitar is a doozy, from my many search’s and personal taste I have a whooping 2 or 3 choices
91 wasn’t the best for guitars
An Albert collins would be sweetGet a custom shop guitar from 91 and your set. Early custom shop guitars are some great playing guitars but they are getting a little pricey.
I especially dug some of those whiteguard/blackguard teles that were all listed as 52 tele's on their certificates from 90 and 91. Another 91 that I had that was really good, was an custom shop Albert Collins Telecaster.
They feel different to me.A new member was asking about buying a tele from the 70’s
And it got me thinking that if he’s never played a vintage guitar/fender before he should try before buying
I have limited experience but I can definitely feel a difference between an old guitar and new, not bad just different
And to me they feel way different than a guitar made in the last 10-15 years
Even my mij fenders (88/94) feel different than modern guitars, I’d say they feel more akin to the 70’s examples I’ve played
Is it age? Is it the era?
Do you get what I’m getting at? Half the time I don’t know what I’m getting at…
I know I know/ “get off the internet and play”