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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by brbadg, Nov 6, 2018.
Futuristic, sure. But fro a 1950's perspective.
Futuristic, sure. But from a 1950's perspective. Nostalgic, in other words. There is room in the world for that, but what about the future?
I'm lovin' this thing. Love the looks, love that it's got Tele under the proverbial covers (and peeking out too).
And that's a problem, because I'm currently at peak guitars, and peak WAF*. I'll play the cr@p out of one of these, though.
*Wife Acceptance Factor
I don't like anything new even if it can be proven to be better. I'm still against the belly cut, now look what they're doing.
It's ok. I'm to set in my ways to play that thing but if someone brought one to a jam session, I'd be cool with it. Complimentary, even.
I think it would be cooler with a strat style bridge and maybe a humbucker in the bridge position. Possibly with a P90 in the neck.
Also, the black on yellow color is iconic and belongs on a Tele. Another color would be better to my eyes.
i think it's cool, love to play one. but probably, never buy one.
agreed, it would be cooler if surf green or black
Emperor's new clothes? Parallel universe? It's just a tweaked telemaster, they couldn't even design a new headstock...it's the new mediaspeak, don't look at our product, just listen to what we say
For a moment there I thought those green shop tools were General, but I saw a Grizzly logo, they are both green, being in the US it makes sense.
It’s a guitar, got a neck, 6 strings, pickups, what do you expect guys?
I like the neck with rectangle markers
This guitar looks similar to a current wave of neo-retro (I think I made that up) designs being sold by companies like Reverend, Sublime, Yamaha (Revstar). My guess is that Fender is jumping on that bandwagon, which is fine because I think those designs are cool.
I like it fine
If it said Gibson on it the internet would be on fire.
This guitar is ugly, has nothing new to offer and is probably just some piece of imported crap anyway. A long boring video that doesn't even seem to have any soundclips.
Par for the course for FMIC.
I predict a mad scramble when the Squier version hits the market.
This is clearly in the avant-garde of a post-neo-retro trend.
I don't hate it. I'll definitely play one in the store, but not sure if there's a reason to buy one yet.
I’m still not entirely sure what a hipster is in this context. In my world, hipsters are ladies underpants. And they’re pretty damn cute. So I’m cool with ‘em.
I'd prefer it to a pointy guitar but I won't be rushing out to buy one.
Too bad it’s that terrible color. Otherwise, it’s pretty neat.