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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Fretting out, Dec 29, 2019.
And not a speck of dust anywhere.
Ha! I changed my vote! I went to play my Logan yesterday, and noticed that I had switched back to the barrel without remembering. I played for a while to see if it got in my way, and no problem. I don’t know what I’m doing differently, but it works, so I don’t have to use the silly little strat tip!
Strat tip works best for me
Whatever came on the guitar originally.
Rutters knurled. The extra mass really makes a difference in feel, plus they look 'right'.
Back around 1967 I had a friend who played a blonde Tele, he only owned one guitar, but he was a fantastic player. He used a wine cork as his selector tip. He fashioned a cork down with a Case knife used a little Elmers glue and that was his tip.
for the longest time i had none lol...leave it up to me to be too lazy to buy a 5 dollar part
I had to look because I didn't even know, and it wasn't the kind I thought it would be. And I don't care to replace it.
Next wine bottle I open, I'm keeping the cork. Then when my switch tip falls off, I'm stealing this idea.
I only think about the switch tip when I'm thinking about the switch tip.
When I play it makes not a whit of difference.
I have both. And two Tele Customs which I guess have the Gibson style in a different location.
During all of my flirtations with Strats I've popped a barrel on. The Strat tip looks so dumb it bugs me and I just can't use it cleanly.
Bundle of contradictions, am I.
I resolved that one by selling my Strat and going back to whatever switch tip came with the Tele.
Yup. They are great. Probably my favorite.
I like the barrel knob best. I even put them on a couple of Strats.
I prefer the ones that stay on the selector switch and not fall off during a set.
Gaaahhh! Now I’m back to the strat tip! I just don’t know! You’re tearing me apart!!!
I don't know why. Top Hat says Tele to me.
This one... https://ruttersguitars.com/nocaster-switch-tip
I put the Rutters chrome knurled tip on mine. Now it matches the other control knobs and it’s easy to get a finger on. Never did understand why Fender put those cheap plastic knobs on the switch.
I hate switches, so neither.
... if I had to have 2 pickups I'd use a blend knob.
A thread just about tips...my gf would be intrigued as I talk about this with her frequently lmao