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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by ShabbyChic, Nov 7, 2012.
Aw c'mon, that's pure porn, don't rub it in!
Yeah, so, I really didn't need to see this, today. I'm plumb depressed, now!!
Gorgeous. really amazing concept and execution, is it "dark" sounding? LOL
I just soiled myself.
What does it sound like?
I have a Strat with an ebony board and there is definitely a sonic difference compared to maple or rosewood. It may not be evident to a listener in a blindfold test but after owning it for 27 years I sure am used to it's sonic signature.
It looks like it's half solid and half liquid, like some form of matter sent back in time from the future! And I thought the rosewood tele was the coolest thing I ever saw until now!
Holy crap what an amazing looking gat I hate you
Now I need a mop to clean up the drool!
That is killer looking guitar.
But...but that's impossible!
That is a thing of beauty !
That guitar is just beyond spectacular. Very droolworthy. Beautifully done sir !!
What everyone else said!
Soundclips! Or it didn't happen! Lol
That is one beautiful guitar. Great job!
Thanks for the kind words folks. As for the tone, I admit my ear is not very sophisticated when it comes to electric guitars... I grew up playing pretty much only import strats and didn't even get a telecaster until a few years ago. It was an ash American Series (or was it still called an American Standard?) from about 2005 and absolutely fell in love with the design and tone. Every tele I've built since save one has had modern American tele pickups, electronics, and hardware, so they all pretty much just sound like teles to me. I've made them from korina and a few types of rosewood and to be honest I probably couldn't tell them apart tone-wise blindfolded on if my life depended on it.
Somebody sticky this.
You need these to see this guitar.
Whoa, It looks so good that I was lookin' for a place to stick the dollar bill!