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SHOW US YOUR TELE!!!

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

  1. Johnny Thinline

    Johnny Thinline TDPRI Member

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    this is my MIJ 72 thinline ,its an early one 1984 from the s/n
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  2. MN Punk

    MN Punk Tele-Holic

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    I'd probably use this picture as my main publicity photo all the time if the photographer hadn't cut my head off in the shot. But I'll post it here because it's a pretty good picture of my beloved Tele.
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  3. tgfmike

    tgfmike Telefied Gold Supporter

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    Fender and Squier standards, both 2009, both with replacement neck pups and pickguards:
     

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  4. Alpine

    Alpine TDPRI Member

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    Hi guys,

    Here's pics of my Warmoth Tele.
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  5. boulie

    boulie NEW MEMBER!

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    Some beauties in here!

    Here's my current collection...Tele Jr., relic Stealth Tele and Tele Plus. Love 'em all!
     

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  6. lastexit

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    MY 62 RI

    Here is my AV62 Custom Thin Skin in Sea Foam Green - modded with a Fralin -5 P-90 in the neck, and some barden compensated saddles.
     

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  7. cdienhart

    cdienhart TDPRI Member

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    Nice Telecaster.Yea when I saw the pic i said Twang .
     
  8. udister

    udister Tele-Meister

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    Beautiful!
    details?
     
  9. Feathercaster

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    1966 two-tone paint - Candy Apple Red top & Charcoal Mist Metallic back and sides, maple cap neck.
     

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  10. rjtwangs

    rjtwangs Tele-Afflicted Silver Supporter

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    Feathercaster, that is certainly an interesting finish on that guitar, what do you know about it?

    RJ
     
  11. Alpine

    Alpine TDPRI Member

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    Thanks!

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    Warmoth carved top solid alder body w/ ivory binding
    Warmoth flame maple neck w/ Rosewood board - fatback, SS frets
    Rio Grande Dirty Harry bridge pup
    Vintage Vibe Mini humbucker neck pup
    Hipshot locking tuners
    Babicz bridge
     
  12. bryan83

    bryan83 Tele-Meister

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    Classic Vibe fan here


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  13. Feathercaster

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    Not much actually. I got the guitar through a dealer in Los Angeles and my theory, unconfirmed, is maybe it was painted in a hot rod shop. Not a factory job, in my opinion. Though I would be very pleased to be proven wrong, I'm not holding my breath about it. It's just a very cool, "lived in" gigging instrument with lots of honest wear. The paint job is pure Americana. Currently it's my go to guitar of choice. JD
     

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  14. Matt Gnarly

    Matt Gnarly TDPRI Member

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    It's my only Tele at the moment, hope to get another one soon.
     

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  15. AjayTele

    AjayTele Tele-Afflicted

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    New arrival... :D

    Fender Custom Shop 40th Anniversary Tele
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  16. dmondo

    dmondo Tele-Meister

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    Ash body - Polish finish, Stewmac Rosewood f/board, Lollar CC neck & SD bridge ( but I think I'd prefer Lollar CC - anyone got one they want to sell ? ) and Tisonix titanium bridge.
    Anyone else tried the Tisonix products? What do you think about them ?
    My first partscaster but it's a work in progress and progressing well.
     

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  17. K-Line

    K-Line Tele-Holic Vendor Member

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  18. Spence

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    Here's my Road Worn 72 Custom. These are surprisingly good.
     

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  19. the_best_of_fools

    the_best_of_fools Tele-Meister

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    My latest addition, my home built Page "Dragon" Tele replica.

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  20. Loudog99

    Loudog99 Tele-Holic

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    Here's my recently refinished SX Ash STL; I call her "Cinnamon". Rustoleum satin spray bomb and Minwax Satin poly. No grain filler- my version of a thinskin finish for that self agrandizing feeling that the wood is "breathing". Plus I don't have the time or patience for grain filler.

    Basically, an amalgam of an SX neck and body, with GFS parts, pickups.

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    Lou
     
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