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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Mrmegas, Jan 29, 2011.
Gotta love a Candy Apple Red Tele...
or two - the one on the right is a Squier California
Yes, it's great fun, and can be extremely loud!! Party because, yes, it is in a tight corneanin quite a small room. All good fun though!
Maverick body, USAGC neck, Cavalier Fat Lion pup and Fender hard parts.
My Latest. An American Standard with a Gibson '57 in the neck position. The color is actually a touch warmer than in the pic.
That looks like a TON of fun!
That could be fun too but I'd prefer to add at least something to the finish, if not a whole new color.:idea:
Gorgeous guitar. And I know how great those Gibby '57s sound! I have a pair in one of my Teles and absolutely LOVE their tone.
At least the neck is on now, 12 string bridge yet to arrive!
I love the finish on that partcaster! (that was post 1021 in this thread. the pic didn't copy.)
I was looking for a butterscotch when I ran across this one. It stuck to my hand and they made me pay for it.
Cool Jazz to Raunchy Blues with the flip of a switch.
Original '78 Antigua and '05 American
A "brand new" 2011 american Tele 60th anniversary:
Too cool for school there! Reminds me of my avocado kitchen back in the day!
NGD. I bought this 50's Esquire just before Christmas. Overall, it sounded good and played really smooth but had a few issues. Like others, I thought the front position was just too dark and the PU too thin.The fret ends were also rough. So, I just got it back from a local guitar tech. Now it has a Callaham bridge with enhanced vintage stainless steel saddles, a Cavalier Fat Lion PU, a new cap for the front position and fret ends that are smooth as silk. Sounds awesome all three positions. It is going to be a great guitar!
My Desert Sand Baja.
Really enjoying the guitar and I think the colour is lovely