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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Mrmegas, Jan 29, 2011.
The classics never get old. I always wanted a bender Tele, but I jsut wound up getting a pedal steel and am hooked. I don't advise that route.
On another note. Like your link. That sound you got on the closeup was totally wicked and damaged. Nice stuff. good to hear somebody who hasn't lost the hair on their balls. I'm a lover of the bayou, too. Going hog hunting there in a couple weeks. Who needs turkeys!
No, its a partscaster 50s style! I have 2 of them now and I love them!
Schechter prototype with Seymour Duncan Humbucker pick ups and American Special telecaster
Built this back in 2013
Nicknamed the Mangocaster.
How did the guitar perform?
my passion .
Squier 50s CV Tele. Was BSB but i hated the thick finish, sanded down to bare wood and slapped a few thin coats of paint on it. I love it. Amazing guitars.
Yeah, some purists may scoff, but I think this is a pretty thing in it's own odd way. Definitely turns a few heads. Plays like a dream and that's what matters.
Very nice and welcome aboard.
Liked your website also.
Thanks! I look forward to this.
2010 Am Std.
I've had this for a couple months now and I just can't stop reaching for it.
I'm hypnotized with the feel and sound.
Love the old worm wood. A beautiful tele.
I actually like them alot!
That's a Beauty!!!
Exactly what is that "Tele", I've never seen one before?
Edit: Never mind, I found it using google.
Limited Edition American Standard Double Cut Telecaster®
Model #: 0171505750