Addicted to the Telecaster !!

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  1. thefishingline

    thefishingline Senior Member

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    I don't want to cause any trouble or get banned :rofl: here for posting what I shouldn't..I am runign our of forums:rofl:

    if you want, you can e mail me or better yet I'll put her up on the Member Classifieds after the game so as not to hijack this thread:)
     
  2. AS90

    AS90 Senior Member

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    I got an old 1992 MIM Tele last month and I cant put it down, Im noodling on it as I type this. Im seriously thinking of selling my LP to fund a decent American one.

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  3. thefishingline

    thefishingline Senior Member

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    I posted the pics of the 69' in the Members Classifieds
     
  4. Samantha

    Samantha MLP Cub Reporter V.I.P. Member

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    i can't put dowm my tele i love the maple neck but the favourite will probably change once my strat comes into the picture.
     
  5. dizmal

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    i no what a tele is :p me mate has one and school has a couple, just not a big fan.
     
  6. Rico

    Rico Senior Member

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    I moded mine with Tele Texas Speicals, a black pickguard and a gold switch/knob plate.

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  7. shotgunlew

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    One of the most metal sounding guitars i have is my tele ( i own a esp ltd f400 fm with dual emg 81's ) my tele has dual seymour ducan hot rails....you would be supprised at how much of the tone is in your hands. An example is ted nugent, he rocks with a hollow body.
     
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    Hi all, first post.
    I love my '72 Thinline Reissue. It's a blues, blues/rock monster. Kind of like a mix between a 335 and SG tonewise. It covers alot of other styles also.

    Here is a link of one going thru a Princeton Recording amp. The demo is for the amp but for me it's the tele doing the singing...

    YouTube - Fender Princeton Recording Amp Demo
     
  9. Cantu

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    Welcome Mudpuppy, nice T-line.
    Would like to own one someday!
     
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    Thanks for the welcome Cantu.

    The video is just one I came across while researching the amp. Mine is just like it though. I think the video does a great job of showing what the T-line can do.

    The T-line is also one of the "best bang for the bucks".
     
  11. VictorLazarus

    VictorLazarus Senior Member

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    I love the feel of a Tele but I h8 the sound, but thats prolly cos I have a cheap Axl 'player's choise' Tele I got for £50. Lol.

    MVL.
     

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