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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by littlebadboy, Oct 27, 2020.
Do you really think it’s better than what you have already?
Yeah you're right. Shipping is $71. No for me. I don't have a tele in my herd. I thought it would be nice to have one again thAt won't burn my wallet.
You could get a Glarry for $99 with free shipping, those get solid reviews as well.
Want or need? I think I want one.
Ha ha, I won’t be buying, I build my own guitars, but you can’t ignore the stir they are causing with their guitars, or maybe it’s all clever marketing ehh! You have a nice day too !
Checks the tele-for-metal box without breaking the bank. If you're asking us, you must want it.
Harley Benton guitars are very good, not only for the price. They are one of the brands that give you a lot more than you pay for. Leave it to others to determine quality based on price and name on the headstock. Luckily I have left that method long ago. All the Harley Bentons I have tried were great.
Read this review of a Harley Benton in the same price range: https://www.amazona.de/test-harley-benton-te-20mn-e-gitarre/
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I can't get out of the grocery store for less than $91 these days.
$91 for a guitar...How does this company make money?
& in the world of guitars most of what you pay for above $500 is brand premium, smoke, and mirrors. [sits back, twirls fingers, gleefully awaits the defenders of the honor and virtue of custom-shop and vintage instruments made of unicorn-hair in caviar oil capacitors and wood chosen for your aura by Eugene Ollivander to chime in. or, will it be twang or crunch in?]
if you like the neck, can get the frets right and it will intonate properly, an electric guitar will perform its function: better pickups will improve matters, & improved tuners might help, but does it matter that i have no idea what sort of 'wood' the fingerboard on my hannah montana tele is? only if i also let the stick-on star fret-markers get to me.
I think the title of that write-up says it all:
Eine Tele zum absoluten Kampfpreis!
If you are so rich that you can afford cheap goods, knock yourself out.
Seems like a waste when you could just play metal on a tele with single sized HBs. It’s still a tele. Now a 27” scale, that would be worth it.
Downside is the shipping. Almost as much as the guitar. As a rule, if the shipping cost as much as what you are buying...
Sayeth the Delorean.
You don't need it! Me, on the other hand...
I wonder if their “Classical Series” will provoke a sinister video from a dark side Mark Agnessi beast clothed in his sleekly menacing Black Leather jacket. They look an awful lot like LPs.
Actually, they're $89(.99), and they have 5% coupons all over, so that's $85.50. And that includes a dust-cover "gig bag" and a whammy bar, whether you need it or not...
I've been thinking about one, in blonde, with its 3-saddle ashtray bridge (but not string-through), it looks like a "real" tele. Pretty cheap basis for a starter/mod platform.
I owned one of their PRS semi-hollow copies. Needed fret leveling and had some finish work issues. The binding in the F-holes was pretty atrocious. Could not get the bridge to sit level. It sounded good and played well once I finished my work. Traded it off though to a dad who wanted to teach his son guitar and needed something light. He gave me a 91 Korean model Epiphone Les Paul Custom for it. Most have had better opinions of Harley Benton than myself.
Someone gets it!
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