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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Astonson, Jul 26, 2011.
How sweet the sound!
Beautiful grain, i am jonesin for one of these right now
Wow I'm speachless she's...........................
How does it sound ?
Sheezus, that's an eyeful! Good catch!
Pretty! Great choice for a Gibson player, the neck on those is wide and flat, much like a Les Paul.
That look very nice!!!
I wonder when these AV Tele Custom and Thinlines models are going to be available at GC?
That is one beautiful guitar!! I love how the wood grain curves around the tone control and looks straight at the back of the bridge. It's like the grain is accenting the hardware of the guitar. Great find!
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That tele is shin-E! Nice one.
nice telecaster, beautiful ash on that....and no pointy headstock !
holy cow. very nice
nice one! I have one too, does your neck show some flame? I see those maple flames when I'm playing, meaning looking from the side of the neck. I replaced the guard on mine, i prefer thin guards.
Sweet piece of wood ! I have the same model, I gonna change the pickups to Dimarzio Aerea t's though(no hum)! Im' also putting a Black Paisley engraved guard on and a Paisley etched control plate just personalize it! I will post some pics soon! Till then congrats on that beautiful axe!
very nice one!
Wow. That's the way to join the forum with style. That's one of the nicest Teles I've ever seen. Enjoy your new geetar.
I've got the same Tele. It's superb sounding and the action is the best of all of my guitars.
Mine has a minor issue. The neck is very sticky - like it hasn't cured properly or something...
I'd appreciate it if you could PM me after you've had a while and let me know if yours is also a problem that way.
Even if the neck is a bit sticky - I wouldn't swap mine for anything else - it's an absolutely amazing guitar.
Grats. I love mine.
2000 grit sand paper = no sticky neck