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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by 8trackmind, Dec 28, 2019.
This one's the winner...hands down. The John Deere meets Atomic Punk paint job, the warped record pickguard (is that Zeppelin IV?), what's probably a super hot and snotty sounding Bill Lawrence pickup shoved into a gaping hole in front of the chopped-off bridge...All the boxes are checked.
I really want to play this through something big and stupid like a Sound City full stack or a 100 watt Orange.
Is it for sale?
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Move along, nothing to see here.
From a 2012 thread regarding ugly guitars...This...this is ugly...
Is this yours? I love the detail on this, the flippers, control knob as the pinball, the ball launch thing as the strap pin. Is that an actual pinball or just a control knob? Looks like it lights up but does it go "bing bing bing " too? do the flippers do anything? And what are those plates on the back covering ?
I see the holes for a TOM and stop bar but what are the three little holes from?
That "Diamond in the Rough" is beautiful. If you think it's too ugly to play, I'd be interested.
That wins as both the ugliest tele and the ugliest flying v
The blue jigsaw tele wins so far.
Kinda cowboy ugly and liberace pretty?
Mostly it's over the top with abalone inlay
The Eddie Van Marley Telecaster?
I'm certain your telecaster would beat up other telecasters if it got half a chance.
Looks like we finally got the Antiqua!
Especially the sun-baked LP pick guard. Wrinkly edges much?
I agree. The Black Squier with the black headstock looks nearly new, as does the burster in the case.
If that is honest wear, I'm glad I wasn't your roadie.
But, when people do that to a a guitar on purpose, "relic" it, I don't like it very much. Kinda feel the same way John Hiatt felt about people who smash guitars on stage.
Yeah, she’s a nasty sea dog!