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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by gridlock, Apr 14, 2020.
Sweet! Love that color.
Good to be back in tele-land! What year is that Vibrolux, though...? It might be even more deserving of a post. Those things are killer!!
Awesome! Looks a bit earlier than 2010... Or at least that bridge is the one Fender used until 2008. In 2008 they went to bent saddles and often but not always a Fender stamp on the plate. Is it a US10 or maybe a Z0 (2000) serial?
I’ll check tonight.
The Vibrolux is a 1966. A NAD will be coming.
Ooh! Very noice! Congrats!
SN code starts Z10...
Congrats on such a nice guitar and amplifier. Lake Placid Blue is my favorite color, as you can see in my avatar. I actually named this guitar Blue for obvious reasons. Your LPB looks to be of a more darker shade, but maybe it's just
taking indoor pictures?
Again congratulations on such a pair. By the way were you able to give them a whirl? Did you like what you heard?
Welcome back to Tele ownership from another LPB fan. See my avatar - it's a MiM standard from about 2017.
Cool guitar, cooler amp.
Haha.... Luv how you pretend the amp is just an afterthought.
I think the amp should be in the front and in passing you could mention the Tele in the background.
Ocean Blue Metallic - #773/2010
Good choice and looks brand new, congrats!
Z1 is 2001. It's got a little more vintage to it Great guitar.
Badda-bing, nice rig!
Thanks for the information.
Congratulations, very nice combo. Enjoy.
I’m still not sure of the guitar’s color.
I believe that the amp needs to have the bias checked before I really put it to the test. Normally I would take a new vintage amp directly to my tech to check it out before using it. The amp does have new filter caps and a 3-prong plug. The blue cap are still there. Good.
I don’t know what to do with the amp now with the lockdown. Guess that I need to learn how to bias an amp.