Needs no explanation really, as most here are familiar with these guitars and how good they are. I was quite surprised to receive a call from my local guitar shop today to tell me that it had arrived. I wasn't expecting it for a while yet. It's a Classic Series '60s Tele in Olympic white. The build quality and finish is infallible. Though, unsurprisingly, it needed a few tweaks to the setup to get it playing to my liking. Some pics: I really like the stock pickups. They sound very nicely balanced. The staggered polepieces on the bridge pickup really do make a difference. I wasn't terribly fond of the stock pickup in my Esquire, but the one in the Tele sounds excellent. Really liking the middle position too. This guitar is kind of like a happy medium between my Strat and Esquire. It's bright and clear like my Strat, but a little hotter and thicker like the Esquire. The best of both worlds, you could say. It's a bit heavier than my Esquire too which surprised, but doesn't bother me, a bit. Still got the stock strings, so I'm looking forward to getting some decent ones on there and giving the fingerboard a lick of oil too. Great to have a very playable Tele. I have heavy flatwounds on my Esquire, so it's not exactly the easiest guitar on the hands! Here's a pic of my whole 'family' too.