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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by RavageTheEarth, Nov 9, 2020.
Beauty! Do it!
It is MINE!!! The only other guitar I have is a Squier Mustang which is about to become 100% Warmoth Mustang when the body arrives this week so I'm proud to have something I will absolutely love until the end of time
With the Player Telecaster I always had the feeling that I could have gotten something better even though it was a great guitar. Now I don't have to feel that way. This thing will be taken care of and loved forever more.
I played it for a couple hours at Guitar Center today before making the decision and it just sounds and FEELS so good!!!
To replace your player? All day long, yes ! AO series is IMO the best non CS vintage+ types fender has ever made. Of course theres ubjective reasons but you seem to like it so i'd say go for it w/o a doubt.
Great score. Beautiful guitar, and double bound Tele's are the best.
Great guitar but that rosewood board is too pale for me.
It is a bit pale. I believe that is from the guitar hanging up for quite a while. I'm pretty confident a little lemon oil will bring it back to life.
Now go ravage the earth with it!!!
Sound like you made it all work and got a great Tele for a great price.
HNGD (on November 30th)
I love that color!
Indeed lots of possible remedies and conditioning options. I must say I’ve seen some tragic looking condition rosewood boards in shops when I was last shopping in person including at Custom Shop level.
don't live with regret. buy the guitar.
Try looking at this pic. Your original pic is 3024 x 4032 pixels which is far to big.
That's one sweet looking Tele. Congrats!
I'm always on the lookout for dinged up clearances that play and sound right. It'll get chipped eventually, anyway, and as long as it's still playable...
I got my first straight job at age 30, after years of working as a full time musician. I was tired of freelance. Doing ok and very committed to the art, but I wanted a steady paycheck.
So I made a promise to myself that I'd keep playing, writing, and gigging on as serious a level as possible and then retire, at which point I'd go back to full time musician.
And here I am. I just retired last January. Little dinged up...but my hands are still working very well thanks to keeping it up. Good stuff. Gotta keep playing. Lots easier to maintain than to catch back up again, when you get older. What it is.
Hold onto that Tele. You'll love it. I'm still playing the '69 LP that I had back then (used for $300...my first great guitar) and it's glorious!
I am not sure but I don't think the blue ones sound any better than the brown ones.
At that price I’d be buying and selling left and right!
That's a beauty, I have never had a Tele with binding. Plus MIA thats a machine that you will pass down to the next generation.
No serial number on that model's headstock?