My humble Tele family

Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Southpaw Tele, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. Southpaw Tele

    Southpaw Tele Friend of Leo's

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    Well, they're not American or Fender Custom Shop, but here is my newly Esquired '07 MIM Tele and my SX Furrian Thinking (with newly reshape headstock).
     

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  2. Southpaw Tele

    Southpaw Tele Friend of Leo's

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    Sorry, "thinline" (auto correct!%
     
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    rolling56 Friend of Leo's

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    Doesn't matter where they came from as long as you're happy with them.........plus they are leftys :cool:
     
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    fretman_2 Friend of Leo's

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    Here's my humble Tele Family...

    Nice lefty's. This is my small Tele family...a '72 Thinline Reissue and an Xaviere XV-600. The XV-600 is just as good a player as the Thinline.

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  5. Tele Frank

    Tele Frank TDPRI Member

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    I'm in the process of buying a Thinline ( have put a deposit down and now saving up my pennies), played one a while ago and fell in love with it. Hopefilly it won't be too long before it's part of the family.
    In the meantime here are my two Tele's. an American standard and a J & J custom relic.
     

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    DOGMA Dunn Friend of Leo's

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    Very nice display of guitars.
     
  7. Southpaw Tele

    Southpaw Tele Friend of Leo's

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    Fretman, I love those Xaviere thinlines with the P90s! Wish they made them in lefty.
     
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    Southpaw Tele Friend of Leo's

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    Frank, I've never heard of j & j...looks really sweet. We may have to change this to a "two teles" club.
     
  9. fretman_2

    fretman_2 Friend of Leo's

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    Thanks,
    This is my first P90 guitar and I'm very impressed. Was playing the guitar through my Line6 Spider IV and listening with the headphones and the P90's were, to me, the most articulate pup I've ever heard.
     
  10. leftyfrank

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    There are no "bad" lefty guitars............you can bet your bottom dollar they all get played because there are so few of them.
     
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    telex76 Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    enjoy your backwards guitars.
     
  12. rockinstephen

    rockinstephen Tele-Meister

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    My Tele is a '97 reissue model of a '69 Thinline. It was "Crafted In Japan". Big deal...It plays great and looks fantastic as I have replaced every bit of chrome hardware with gold plated. Now I'm thinking about one of those Classic Players Teles with the tremelo - also made overseas. Maybe someday I'll learn to post pictures...
     
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