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Discussion in 'Epic Threads' started by Cat, Feb 23, 2005.
oh my gad. we need details. who did that sunburst?
It's time for me to update you all, I've been a busy man...
Here are all 7 of my Telecasters.
'95 G&L ASAT, '95 Tele (twin 1), '59 Esquire Relic, '88 Tele (twin2), bari-tele, silver paisley crook, '66 black Esquire.
And some close-ups...
That's all for now! There are about 30 guitars in my collection now. I love guitars, Teles most of all!!
Huzzah! Thanks! Her name is Butterscotch.
MIM body, allparts neck finished in Nitro
I've already posted a photo in here of my AVRI '62 Tele Custom, but I put a Seymour Duncan SM-1N mini-humbucker in it yesterday and added compensated brass saddles so I thought I would post it again.
USACG light ash 3 piece body in Mohawk "blonde" nitro;
USACG SSV-1 1 inch thick lefty neck, dots on both sides;
Keystones, Fender style 4 way switch, .047 cap, 250 audiotapers;
Joe Barden, bored to 6-32, Taipantone control plate with the tone hole moved up 1/16, and the volume dropped down 3/16ths inches. Very Neat!
I used a Squier style string tree for the E and A, with a lower spacer, tusq precut nut, Gotoh vintage split shafts, Jim Dunlop straplocks. Glendale machine jack cup.
Here is my only tele, 08 standard with a vintage vibe p90 in the neck. waiting for the bwb hybrid pickguard from warmoth... just played a house show this weekend with no pickguard. ugly ugly. but sounds oh-so-pretty. sorry for the pic quality... but at least now I am part of the cool kid's club!
MUDDY WATERS TELECASTER Artist Series MiM
Muddy Waters Telecaster: very light and resonant Ash body, authoritative PUs (overwound?), debatable mid-jumbo frets. A blues machine.
My New Home Made
Here's some pics of my new home made telecaster!
2 piece swamp ash body from Louisiana, AllParts Neck, Original '74 Fender Bridge pickup, original '92 Fender Neck pickup, and all the rest come from Fender!(except neck plate!!!)
Pics are not so good but as soon as possible gonna send better pics,
3 days now since I brought home my Road Worn 50's Tele.
No, the Tele I have is a '08 HWY1. A few days ago, I decided to give this Tele a 'Keef' treatment and added a neck humbucker. The bridge pup was replaced with a SD broadcaster and the neck pup is a Lollar Imperial. I did however route the body to necessitate the neck humbucker which, surprisingly came out not too bad considering I used chisels. I really find this pickup configuration far more more versatile for my playing needs. I ultimately want to add some quality brass saddles in the future.
My MIJ .Bought for me as a surprise present for my 50th by my wife. Love it.
Hello all! I'm a new contributor here so let me start by showing you my Tele...
It's CIJ 62' Tele Custom, she has Bare Knuckle Brown Sugar pickups in and fully upgraded electronics with a 4 way switch. Plays beautifully.
Fender and Valley Arts Tele
Fender American Nashville B-Bender Tele, Modified 80's Squire Tele, Valley Arts Brent Mason Tele
My two builds, "penny" on the left and my all hog tentatively called "Invictus" latin for unconquerable. I know, naming guitars is total dorkfish, but what ever. Penny is penny because it's coppertone (real original I know) Invictus so named because it was my Dad's favorite poem and what my sister read at his funeral:
by William Ernest Henley; 1849-1903
Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the Pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.
In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have not winced nor cried aloud.
Under the bludgeonings of chance
My head is bloody, but unbowed.
Beyond this place of wrath and tears
Looms but the horror of the shade,
And yet the menace of the years
Finds, and shall find me, unafraid.
It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.
My one and only...a ('03?) AVRI '52ri Tele
The only one left after selling two others - 2008 PT Fastback:
Refinished 1987 Squier Telecaster made in japan with Seymour Duncan Alnico II
Refinished 3 years ago by my uncle who restores costly vintage piano for a living, it was originally yellow but the little "punker" I was in 1990 had sandpapered it, scratched it and had a few stickers on it. Anyways I think my uncle did a wonderful job at refinishing it and those 80's made in Japan Squiers are great instruments. I got Seymour Duncan Alnico II at about the same time it was refinished, they sound great...