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Discussion in 'Epic Threads' started by Cat, Feb 23, 2005.
this is my MIJ 72 thinline ,its an early one 1984 from the s/n
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.
Fender and Squier standards, both 2009, both with replacement neck pups and pickguards:
Here's pics of my Warmoth Tele.
Some beauties in here!
Here's my current collection...Tele Jr., relic Stealth Tele and Tele Plus. Love 'em all!
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.
Nice Telecaster.Yea when I saw the pic i said Twang .
1966 two-tone paint - Candy Apple Red top & Charcoal Mist Metallic back and sides, maple cap neck.
Feathercaster, that is certainly an interesting finish on that guitar, what do you know about it?
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
Classic Vibe fan here
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
It's my only Tele at the moment, hope to get another one soon.
Fender Custom Shop 40th Anniversary Tele
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.
Here's my Road Worn 72 Custom. These are surprisingly good.
My latest addition, my home built Page "Dragon" Tele replica.
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.