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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by JDB2, Mar 27, 2021.
Eh, whatevs, man...
Regardless, that's still one good lookin' Tele, pardner!
Good suggestion! Yes, I’m finding the tone varies a lot with pickup height.
Those are really nice; I have played a few and thought they were well put together. I don't prefer the compound radius board, but for the right price I would adapt.
That's one sweet Tele! The black with white binding really makes for a killer look.
The compound radius is very subtle. Although it flattens out quite a bit at the higher end (it goes from 10" to 14"), the only thing I notice about it is that I don't fret out.
Wait, you found a Texas Tea American Ultra telecaster with a maple neck? Did you swap out the neck, because I've never seen a Texas Tea American Ultra with a maple neck. I thought that color only came with the roasewood fretboard...
Has anyone here changed out the pickups in an Ultra Tele? So far I like the noiseless stock pickups but I'm curious about experiences folks have had with alternative pickups in these guitars.
You're going to have to wear a tuxedo to play it properly.
I am a jeans and t shirt Tele slinging somebody so it's a bit too fancy for me but I love it.
This Tele really adds a touch of class to my cargo shorts!
nice , the nice thing about black is that it goes with everything. black suite, black shoes black socks black nail polish long black limo,
black label, besides, well any way, congratulations, enjoy your instrument, and play a lot of music.
Same question. I am looking to an American Ultra telecaster with a maple neck for my next Tele and would like to know where they're sold in Texas Tea finish w/maple board.
Loaded Texas Tea Tele body with a Warmoth flame roasted maple neck.
Ah, an after market neck - got it. Looks nice, though!
Agree - That roasted flame maple looks great with Texas Tea. Beautiful!
Looks really good - enjoy
Got mine yesterday, Texas Tea. I have to say I love the neck profile but that roasted maple...!!!!!!!
I have not had mine long enough to have a comment about the pickups other than, they are quiet. My other tele is the American Vintage 64 reissue. I'll do some A/B comparisons over the weekend.
I've been playing mine for a week and I love the feel of the stock neck. Can't imagine a better feeling neck. And the ultra noiseless pickups have grown on me too. They sound great.
Wow is that nice looking!
I think Tuxedo is the gloss black and bright white pickguard. This one is Texas Tea (extremely dark brown like oil) with silver pickguard.