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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Fred Rogers, Apr 18, 2020.
Edit: $3k?...not for any Telecaster, and likely not for any guitar.
Yeah, I didn't think about that.
Well, they've reduced the price, and the body, by 15%!
Why? Shipping's free!
With all that great relicking it looks to be a bargain at $3,000. I would go for it but I am currently relicking one of my own with a 12 gauge. I call it the buck shot special. It already has a sound hole blown clean through it.
That "sort of a Les Tele" made by what looks like a quick and dirty cut job with a band saw done in somebody's basement workshop? Ummmmm.... NO.
I know nothing about finishing wood. But I drunk bought a pine tele body off ebay for $40.
How would I go about putting on that same dark, uneven finish? Looks cool and easy to me.
I can't even look straight at the photo.
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beat me to it, smart guy
I would pay 50, even though the neck has a 'slight backbow' and date too faint to read
I wonder how many years this was used for in a horse stable to shovel manure before they decided to sell it
There is/was a place I believe called “Wooden Guitars” that was known for working miracles. That’s who it should be sent to. I saw a ‘61 Strat that was maybe even worse than that - that was restored to a beautiful Lake Placid Blue.
Attempting to sell it like THAT is an errand for fools.
Just having a Bigsby on a Telecaster feels like butchery to me. So you can imagine how I feel about this massacre.
Years ago I saw a comedian doing a bit on the Jaws franchise. He said by the time they got to Jaws 4 the producers were like "Here's a shark; you're an idiot".
Well, here's a 50 year old chunk of wood; you're an idiot.
I think this came up once before. That neck needs a new body.
I wouldn’t pay more than $800 for ANY Telecaster.