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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by 8trackmind, Dec 28, 2019.
Relic jobs like this bring in BIG DOLLARS all day long. You need to raise the price a bit.
What's the story here?
Well .... let's just say it starts in 1974.....
Lawsuit era Ibanez.... originally was a horrible chocolate brown so it is an improvement on that!
Ha! Well, that’s honest wear actually.
I bought one of the ugliest Teles ever. Cut it up and used the pieces as templates to build a new one. Can't figure out how to post a pic of it. I tried putting in the number but all I get is
I love this baby
The first one has clay dots and the serial number on the bridge plate looks like. what year is it ?
Do you know what year it is? Clay markers
I know how you feel
It’s Bloomfield’s wonderful tele: 1963. A truly historical telecaster (Dylan @ Newport) which was butchered like that by a later owner.
OK I am crying all over again…
ugly tele owner
I could fix that for you quickly with a band saw.
What? Were you talking to me? I forgot what I was saying, man. Oh wow like I forgot again, you ever think about the sky?
Is the sunburst one a partscaster? THat neck looks like one that I have almost bought several times on eBay.
So true. I love his telecaster lol.
Hmm. I think all teles are great but the blue one is challenging me a bit lol.
ANY "Telecaster" model from any company, especially these Squiers from Fender MADE IN CHINA! POS Wood, components, too thick plastic finish, craftsmanship = thin, wimpy, dull sound and horrible play-ability (feel).
Just one Example -
All teles are beautiful.