Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Vintage Tele Discussion Forum (pre-1974)' started by Trumpetvest, Apr 13, 2015.
Why didn't I think of that? I promise to pull myself together.
The switch and the pots are wrong. Looks like a newer non-phenolic CRL 1452. The pots should be blue stamp Stackpole, and those look like CRLs. As mentioned before, the knobs are newer. The serial on the bridge is fishy too.
I think the real "TG" used slashes rather than dashes. Check page 73 of the blue hymnal.
Does anyone know TG's name?
Maybe a past owner lived in a lighthouse, by the sea (high salt) :idea:
Tadeo Gomez is one of our heroes. And Nacho's "Blackguard" book confirms that he used both "slashes" and "dashes".
Here's a former thread about TG if you care to read it.
Thanks Telemarkman. Now I see, the plot thickens
I gotta to save up some greenstamps so I can get that Blackguard book
Yup, you do that!
There's only ONE fault with that book, and that is that there's not a similar book about the Leo era "Whiteguards" to accompany it.
I can't agree more with you!
£3.5k for that, poor fella
I think it looks like a heavey reliced Nash
Reminds me of the blackguard relics that violin builder Nigel Crinson was doing circa 2004 here in the Uk.