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Discussion in 'Fender Custom Shop Tele Forum' started by dragonfly66, Jun 14, 2017.
Well, I'm in good company, because that thing is hideous!
The questions are WHY? and WHO?
No. It's like someone took a '55 Chevy and put a big spoiler on it.
I have yet to get along with any type of wiggle stick so I'm surely not gonna put a Floyd on a Tele.
Absolutely! Incredible tuning stability and the extreme range of vibrato from divebomb to subtle bigsby, all with tele tone. Put a coil split or series/parallel on the neck pickup and I don't see the downside. Other than having to ignore the narrow-minded 'ya'll put that contraption on a tele' comments.
How do I say this not to offend anyone, F@*K no
^ I'm with him.
Negative ghost rider
Surely Fender CS is having a laugh while trolling us good folkes..
I enjoy a shredder as much as I do a classic Tele, but it's a definite 'No' from me.
If you want to divebomb on a Telecaster, buy a Whammy Pedal and have done with it - at least re-stringing will still be a civilized affair.
That 'thing' has hurt my eyes - I'm off to look at kittens.
I don't use the wiggle stick on my Strat, so...
If they were giving em away i wouldnt say no.
I love my wiggle sticks....on my Jazzmaster and Strats.
And I miss the Bigsby I had on a couple other guitars that are now gone (I'll put one on a Tele one of these days).
But a Floyd is something I have no interest in.
Hey, they did do a nice job of putting that contraption on a Telecaster, so someone will have a lot of fun with it.
But that won't be me.
Like painting a moustache on the Mona Lisa!
Maybe with a standard modern strat bridge and LSR nut
Nah. I am enjoying the comments though…
It's like John Wayne bellying up to the bar in a onesie.
I am not attracted to guitars with the locking Floyd Rose-style trem systems.
So I guess that I must answer no.
I wish every Tele could be mustard yellow, AND have a Floyd Rose trem system.
I really like setting them up.
It only takes a few hours.
I have time to burn.
No, really, I mean it.