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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Gryffinaura, Jan 1, 2007.
Holy Cow! These are all some really, REALLY sweet looking teles.
My goodness........I want to cry.....
Wow, that's a Bacchus, right Sneaky?
Did it come reliced?
Very pretty. All of them.
sneakyjapan............ It's good to see some of your guitars we've been hearing about for some time now.
posted this a week or two ago (just got it then)
but here's mine again...
love it more every day....
I got's me 2...a sweet blue 1997 CIJ JD tele and a 2005 CAR CIJ 60's RI tele w/Bigsby....both double bound.
I love this 2004 Antigua RI.
...i am a big fan of the aerodyne tele. i have one and hope to acquire another this year.
thanks very much. Yes the Muddy came that way. They made a limited run of ...I think it was 12. Beautiful tele though I`m sure it offends some you know being an un-natural relic and all but...it plays so nice I had to buy it.
Sorry no pics, but I have a sweet '93 MIJ 72 Custom RI, sunburst, great tele. weighs about 6.5 lbs!
jwells 393 in New Mexico, Man you got it bad ! Two Buck-O-Caster also.
Man my old lady thinks im nuts because Ive got Two Teles and a Strat.
Man wait till I show her your Tele Family photo and set her straight as to
what every good hearted Tele player shoud have in his storage room of
toys to keep him happy. Thank you and I envy your taste in Axe's
A pretty close to mint 1994 MIJ Rosewood Tele with a one-piece body (that is, it was one piece before it was cut to four pieces making the hollowed-out and bookmatched, sandwiched body halves. That's why I paid a bit more than average, $1900).
My No.1 guitar, sounds and plays great!
jazzguitar ............. that's a beauty. I've never see such straight grain on one of the Japanese solid rosewoods. I've also never seen one made from one piece of wood. Most are made from six separate pieces plus the maple sandwiched between the front and back. I'd really like to see a picture of the butt end showing the end grain.
More pictures !
Thanks for the compliments, jwells393 !
Here my Tele is on stage, Oct. 2006 (click image for full size!)
And ugly me playing it !
Here's the side, see how the grain continues on the other side of the maple layer!
Serial number is A070809 ...
And the body back, highlighting the bookmatch:
Those pictures with the red background are from the original
eBay auction, "katana guitars" I think. I just had to buy this!
It's a bit heavy at 9lbs but with that wide cloth strap no problem, and most Les Pauls are as heavy.
One more ....
Here's a pic from a Jazz Masterclass I attended last summer, showing the French master Nguyen Le testing my Tele.
When I told him the guitar had hollow cavities, he said "Ah, that's why. I noticed it has some acoustic resonance!"
Unbelievable guy, a must listen to if you like weird music!
My MIJ '69 RI Thinline. The first ever Tele I bought (around 20yrs ago) and I haven't looked back since!
Holy Carp Batman! Those are some mighty guitarz!
Purty, that is!
1985 MIJ 62 RI with Fralin Broadcaster pup's & upgraded wiring...