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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Old duck, Feb 22, 2019.
Some people like cracked lacquer. Just sayin'
I'm big on buyer's remorse, (always returned what didn't feel right) if you're unhappy or just not taking to it as you thought you should consider an exchange ~ you spent good money, you should be over the moon with your purchase.
I have never waited to open up an electric guitar, no matter how cold the weather. Never had a problem. Not saying it can't happen, but I've never had an issue.
Well, at this age I'm not sure I'd be over the moon with anything, even if it was a real butterscotch blond
Poor underdogs in the bottom row . In reality, musicians pressed for time in a gig that night, have defied the dreaded 'red tag' warning for decades.
This is the reason coins have two sides. Well, this and the start of football games.
I’ve never waited, pop the case right open and play
Actually, the bottom row are the ones I usually play. I keep the players lower so they're easier to reach over the amps and pedals below. It least it didn't get relegated to staying in it's case in the closet like some of the hardly ever played ones.
It reminds me of those little silicon packages that come inside the cases of new guitars with a message printed on them warning you not to eat them. I always figured that if I was stupid enough to eat those things I'm to stupid to live much longer anyway. It's just a warranty disclaimer put their so that if anything happens to be wrong they can blame it on you. Don't worry. They would blame it on you anyway.