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Discussion in 'Welcome Wagon' started by MaineJames, Jul 5, 2020.
I do too! Coincidence?
There’s orange. And then there’s orange sparkle.
Ha! Awesome man. Yeah, a new maple neck is great. I got a '52 AVRI Butterscotch Blonde with a roasted maple neck, it really sings and it sounds perfect. It came with 6105 modern narrow and tall fret size, and the tallness of the frets (.055") has disappointed me a bit. I didn't realize I would have an aversion to the tall frets but for sure I do; however, I have some options with my local luthier. Anyway, back to your beauty - I really love the neck specs on your guitar. Maple, C-shape, 7.25, and vintage frets. And then a humbucker in the neck. And then the orange sparkle. And yeah, I've seen that reference before on other sites about the number being produced, thanks for going to Fender and verifying. I just joined this board in early May right before I got the Tele and it's an unbelievable resource, great knowledge out there and a bunch of people willing to help.
So my Tele has inspired me to learn a whole bunch of country licks, tunes, drills, chicken pickin, it's a blast. I don't normally listen to country music, but playing it is more fun than I ever thought. Enjoy the guitar, and I'll keep you posted if I get one of her twins! LOL.
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Welcome to the party, MaineJames!
Welcome to the forum.
Congrats on the Tele she sure sparkles.
Welcome to TDPRI !!
You got a very nice one.
Love that orange sparkle! I had my eye on one of those, pretty short factory special run I think.
Welcome to the club. Awesome sparkle!
Gotta love an orange guitar.
I am super jealous, very nice choice!
Congratulations on your new Telecaster! What a great looking guitar! Enjoy your playing and have fun!
thanks, yours is pretty damn nice as well!
Yeah, I actually asked Fender and they claim to have only made "approximately 190" of them.
Congrats THAT IS A KEEPER.
Welcome to the fold!
Wuh-whoooo, that is beautiful.
I love it TANGY...... the drink of astronauts,
NOW the first telecaster to go in outer space.