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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Landodlovestele, Dec 26, 2015.
Baja classic player.
Any Tele I can get my hands on!
I play a MIM Fender Nashville Telecaster. Red with Tortoiseshell pickgaurd.
I currently own 3;
My AVRI '52
My MIJ TLC-62B
Every one is a completely different animal. Love 'em all!
1985 Blue Flower '69RI Tele MIJ
I would really like to see some pics of that one.
Put a black pickguard on that MIJ and that's an order - country ladies will swarm!
I'm so jealous haha I still don't have a single one
I traded an Epiphone Sheraton for a Fender MIM Nashville Tele. Got the same Sheraton back after almost ten years, now I have both.
'08 AVRI Pumpkincaster that's stock except for Schaller strap locks
MIM '50s Classic with Arcane Inc. '68 Experience pickups
Partscaster w/ Barden bridge and pickups left to me in a friend's estate
'70s built mostly Fender Partscaster put together by some noted DC area natives
This one. A Custom '62.
'06 Trussart Steelcaster.
ASAT Classic Alnico. Just love it. My favorite of all I have owned
52 AVRI and Baja Sunburst
My 55 Esquire and 51 Nocaster
My 3 Tele's below:
Burton US Telecaster Stock w lace sensors
CS Tele Custom Deluxe 2014
MIN 69 Thinline Tele w Rumpelstiltskin pickups, Wilkinson bridge and 4 way switch.
My three copies:
From left to right:
Douglas Gravity NT AS 2TS Semi Hollow, routed for a Harpmaster Vintage P90 Neck, a Buddha Custom Hand Wound Tele Bridge and four-way switching.
SX Furrian MN Ash 3ts with a Harpmaster Modern Tele Neck' a Fender Original Vintage Telecaster Bridge, four-way switching and what hasn't been swapped.
SX Furrian MN HH 3TS with a set of Epiphone Alnico Classic Pro Humbuckers, a refinished neck and reshaped headstock. It's my Open-G and slide guitar.
It also just so happens, that is the most played order too. Nothing (majorly) wrong with any of them, just my preference for playing style and tones. I'm actually surprised I don't play the HH more often, as I love the slide tone. I would venture to guess it has more to do with my working on basic playing skills more.
Fender American Special....custom made 6 lever palm pedal. Outfitted with Fender 50's Road Worn pickups, steel string retainer button, steel saddles, no pots, neck pickup cover removed......
'52 Telecaster Relic.