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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Marn99, Nov 27, 2020.
Why does that not surprise me?
ME TOO! Because I always do the Danny Gatton trick and bend the lever upward. Makes all the difference in the world.
Upward? That would be pretty interesting, and might work just as well.
The switch on my Gatton Tele is bent downward because of the extra tall knobs.
Top hat, the gentleman’s choice.
I recently bought a BSB Player Tele, with the intention of going Micawber with it.
Step one, remove the low E string and saddle.
Stop two, retune to Open G.
Step three.......and this is REALLY the secret sauce of copping Keef's Micawber tone, is to swap the black top hat for a white Strat tip. Instant Rolling Stones machine.
Google says dkknobs.com doesn’t exist.
Pedal to the metal.
Toward the strings. Really easy to flick with my little finger without the volume knob getting in the way.
I do as well. The shape of a Tele's upper horn just begs for a 3 way toggle there, IMO.
Sorry! Typo. dknobs.com.
I am mostly a top hat fan.But i did spend way too much money on this Glendale Hotrod Roadster.
As far as standard Fender stuff, top-hat or Strat-type. But if I could afford it, I would have these on all of them:
Personally , I'm not picky ... I like and use them all .
Always a Strat tip.
NUMBER 2 LOOKS LIKE A FENDER S1 SWITCH TIP
Damn brother! That is a gorgeous guitar...
First thing I did was buy a white top hat for my new tele... I couldn't switch fast enough with the small tip version... Way harder to use, imo.
Considering this for the build I'm working on. It's an old switch tip from a vintage stereo receiver that was in a junk drawer.
Lotta cool stuff on this thread but fave switch tip? stock vintage '53 ..on a stock vintage '53 Tele.