SHOW US YOUR TELE!!!

Discussion in 'Epic Threads' started by Cat, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. GPartysGtr

    GPartysGtr Tele-Meister

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    Xaviere XV-620. Have replaced the stock PU's with GFS Lil' Punchers Vintage Moderns and it's very 335-ish now.
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    Partscaster I've had since 1984-ish. Cut Off Bridge, Bridge P/U, Tuners, Knobs and Pots from 1973 Tele. Middle P/U is from Duo-Sonic; Neck P/U from Gibson Melody Maker. Hand Carved neck, plywood body.
    I am replacing the body soon and dropping the middle PU.
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  2. Vintagebrit

    Vintagebrit Tele-Holic

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    My second Tele.
     

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  3. jaycoyoyo

    jaycoyoyo Tele-Meister

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  4. bigbean

    bigbean Tele-Afflicted Ad Free Member

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    69 thinline RI

    Mirrored pickguard with separate output from Fishman Tele piezo bridge.
    Stock pickups.
    Nickle 11s with a wound 3rd
    Note the residual pickdust from a Fender celluloid medium under the strings.
    I originally put it together to be a backup for a Nashville Power Tele but I liked it so much better I offed the power Tele.

    I think it's about losing that preamp in the power tele. Ya get to keep the fishman thing but the Tele part is pure tele.
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  5. Toadman2230

    Toadman2230 TDPRI Member

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    And to think, I always called myself more of a "strat guy".

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  6. bigbean

    bigbean Tele-Afflicted Ad Free Member

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    Awesome, I like 'em all but the Gretchy one gives me wood.
     
  7. rhythmjones

    rhythmjones Tele-Holic

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    On the left is my (heavily modified) Modern Player Telecaster Plus. On the right is my brand new partscaster with Texas Specials.

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  8. buefordwilson

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    Here she be with my Kay 504 amp. Quite the duo for this guy:
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  9. dasense

    dasense NEW MEMBER!

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    My 2nd

    CIJ 62, my second.
     
  10. jason hawks

    jason hawks TDPRI Member

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    My 1st tele is the one in my profile pic. A slightly modded Mexican Nashville Deluxe. Best guitar I ever owned. Got a couple more teles too. 52 reissue and a modern player deluxe. Love the teles!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  11. jason hawks

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  12. SirJackdeFuzz

    SirJackdeFuzz Friend of Leo's

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  13. hanspanzer

    hanspanzer TDPRI Member

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    2 Linhofs, #84 (left), and #138 (right)

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    1985 Fender Esquire MIJ

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  14. bwires

    bwires Tele-Meister

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    After buying (and selling) a MIM, CV Squire and a Baja ... my '52 Hot Rod is the best Tele I've ever played.
     

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  15. El_Nino_1991

    El_Nino_1991 TDPRI Member

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    This is my home made Tele

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  16. pulteney

    pulteney Tele-Meister

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    2000 (?) American Standard. Olympic White. Serial number Z1042214. I love it.
     

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  17. guitarmikey

    guitarmikey Tele-Holic

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    New Affinity

    Here it si a 2010 model.
    Like it more than expected, especially the sounds with different pickups combinations.
    The white in the last pic is a MIJ strat (fits great with white Ibanez amp...).
     

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  18. TieDye

    TieDye TDPRI Member

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    Here's my Squier 60's Custom Vibe Tele

    Black pickguard, new bone nut, Bigsby B5, Barden pickups, new pots and switch, electrosocket tele jack and switchcraft jack, side dots installed on side of neck, etc., and soon I am going to do a reverse plate on it which will help me get to the switch better because the bigsby arm is in the way a lot. My picture here of my guitar is also on the Bigsby owners page, and hovering over it shows my name.
     

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  19. BeboRock91

    BeboRock91 Tele-Meister

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  20. superfuzz03

    superfuzz03 Tele-Meister

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    I didn't even own a tele until last year, now I've got 3! Current collection consists of an '06 MIM Standard with OV pickups, a '94 MIJ 72 Custom with a Telenator modded WHRB & GFS lil puncher in a Barden plate, and my recently acquired '12 RW Player. Hope to add a Squier CV and an MIA standard soon!
     

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