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Discussion in 'Fender Custom Shop Tele Forum' started by TeleNutt, Oct 11, 2020.
My gold one is sparkly! Everyone guitar I player I know hates this guitar. I love it. The fat neck and tiny frets do take some getting used to...
Here are two of mine. Both are Double Bound CS Models. Silver is a '64 NOS Don Rich/Buck Owens recreation, the gold is a '60 Closet Classic.
Congrats, nice choice
Gorgeous guitar in LPB Sparkle! I don't know why these aren't more popular and are pretty much special order customs. Hmm.
Very nice! I wish I could have found one like this with maple fretboard, both of mine are ebony.
Thanks Sean it is killer, but I'm always gassing for more Tele's and I know you have some beauties.
Close, but it is just called “Blue Sparkle”.
Fantastic looking guitars. Although I do like relic guitars I think when it comes to sparkle guitars they look better with out the wear. Sparkle guitars are meant to be flashy. And I think that putting lots of wear on them takes away from that. And I'm a BP signature silver sparkle owner.
I love that matching headstock on the silver.
I also appreciate the Gretch sparkle finishes.
I totally agree!
My 2016 Caballo Tono Ligero in reliced Champagne sparkle. Just picked it up off Reverb.
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Really like this one, congrats
That works on every level - what a beauty
Yep, I've been lucky so far!
Used to have this CS Jorgenson sig in a beautiful Champagne Sparkle...
...real heavy, though, that particular example.
Very nice, I got the pleasure of meeting John a long time ago, when he toured with Elton John. Super cool Dude!
Sparkle sure looks cool. My '98 American Std. Strat that is bedazzled in rhinestones is a dark metallic purple with subtle sparkle flake but not as dramatic as in the OP.