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Discussion in 'Fender Custom Shop Tele Forum' started by Woollymonster, May 8, 2019.
Dam nice guitar you've got there!
Beauty - enjoy!
Not to hijack but what is a Wildwood guitar?
They're a store from CO that commissions Fender Custom Shop guitars to their own specs. They have a good selection of guitars you can browse online. Beware, looking at the site will cause GAS.
Congratulations! My # 1 is a WW 10 Post Modern. Fantastic guitars!
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She’s a beauty! My Fender Tele got destroyed way back in the 70s. Since then I bought a G&L ASAT Special (dumb idea) and a Tom Anderson Classic T (awesome guitar) but neither of them have that Fender Tele magic. Just fixed that. This baby has the magic in spades.
Check out Wildwood:
Yes, the owner does special runs from Fender, Gibson, and even Master Built Gretsch. Also, the guitars come set up by pro's to your specs and choice of strings. What a novel idea! A guitar that plays great right out of the box.
Yeah man, there is just something in a Custom Shop Fender Tele that others brands don't have. The feel and tone can't be duplicated in my opinion.
Oh yea very nice indeed neck needs aligning though
Mine is an AVRI ‘52, so not quite custom shop but I hear they’re pretty darn close. Your CS must be amazing.
Very nice, enjoy!
Nah, just needed a good set up. That photo was a stock Wildwood photo before the gang at Wildwood set it up and shipped it. It was fine when I got it.
Besides, that neck ain't moving. Way too tight in the pocket.
I did replace the factory saddles with a set of Glendale Groovy Sixties. The factory saddles did not quite intonate. String spacing and intonation perfect now. See after photo:
After set up and saddle swap:
Glendale Groovy Sixties
Yeah, that’s real nice! Congrats
Looks great woolly
That is sweet. Almost makes me want a rosewood board.
Very nice choice. Enjoy.
I have what I assume is a pretty similar spec’d guitar minus the 10” ww radius. I’m sure you’re as smitten as I am. That burst is a beauty!
i eat that off a flip flop
That's a beauty. Great looking finish, and I love the quartersawn neck. I also prefer the washer string tree on a Telecaster.