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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Ghostdriver, Oct 24, 2020.
This doesn’t seem right to me, whaddya you guys think ?
Not even close.
Translation: This is made entirely from aftermarket parts.
That made me laugh!
That entire picture scares the crap out of me!
Anyone want to bet that's just a Glarry with a very slightly reworked headstock?
C'mon man, the price is right!
we don’t get Glarry guitars in the UK, not as far as I know
The body shape is similar. However, it ends there. (someone call the men with the butterfly nets)
“Fender 1951 Nocaster Telecaster Broadcaster Blonde Extremely Rare”
Yes, it’s Extremely Rare that a 51 Fender looks like that...
It's got 5 bids!
Only 120 British pounds to ship. Must be coming in an armored vehicle.
actually... it's a "Larry". we get a lot of those
Lol...Kenya isn't anywhere near the UK.
it could be real............not!
the neck is wrong , thebridge is wrong , the pickups are wrong , the screws are wrong , pickguard is wrong, finish is wrong
stuff thats is correct , it has 6 strings and if you squint real hard you might see it is the shape is some what the same. really hard , really really hard
It doesn't seem right to me either - the high E string is missing. But I'm sure that's what makes the seller think that it's "Extremely Rare".
It's as fake as a three-dollar bill, a badly printed three-dollar bill.
Hey, wait. Yes, the neck, bridge, pickups, screws, pickguard, finish and probably a few other things are wrong but let's not jump to any conclusions.
Selling in behalf of a collector (who doesn't want to be arrested...).