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Discussion in 'Fender' started by Sean French, Nov 1, 2007.
A little Warmoth Tele Love........
Picked up a Squier CVC Tele. What a guitar!
2006 Linhof Special & 2006 Fender Custom Shop Nocaster (my #1):
my one & only, doesn't look too pretty, but it does the cookin"
My '73 Custom
The whole family...........
L to R= Fender American Select HH Blackwood, Fender American Standard, Warmoth custom build, and ESP Ron Wood model
Butterscotch blonde ash MIM FSR Tele.
All I got so far is a Body and Neck from USACG.
Body is Roasted Swamp Ash in NCL Clear Gloss. Spectacular!
Neck is one piece Roasted Quartersawn Maple with a Quartersawn Roasted Maple fretboard. And 22 SS Frets (6150) and 10" radius with Satin NCL on front and back of the neck and Gloss on the headstock. Bone nut and complete fret level as well.
Collecting the rest of the parts for the build now!
Don, can you tell me how you got your uploaded pictures to insert in the body of your post rather than having to click on them like mine?
KP, steps outlined below:
When posting, click the "Go Advanced" button at the bottom
Click "Manage Attachments" which launches a popup window
In popup window click "Browse" which launches a browser for you to select the picture file on your computer
Once you've selected the picture file click "Upload" on the popup window
When you are finished uploading files (max of 5) close the popup window
Above the "Manage Attachments" button you will see clickable links for each of your uploaded file
Click on a file link and it will open as another browser tab.
Copy the URL for the picture (www.mylelpaul.com/....................)
In your post where you want the picture inserted, type
[*]Past the picture URL you just copied
[*]After the pasted picture URL, type
It's not nearly as confusing as it seems, and there is probably a simplier way, but I haven't figured out how.
You are a sly little devil and why your creativity has parlayed into outstanding guitar amps!
Thank you very much!
I may have said this but a guy made me a very cool Telecaster. It took a long time because he doesn't like me that much. Same thing with the high price. I like the Telecaster, it has 1/4 pound pickups and twang enough to creep me out. Sea Foam Green and I have a mirror pick guard on the way. I did put a bone nut on it because he is too retarded to do that. Concerned about orange drop caps. Misses the place where the sound is born, the nut. Here are pictures
Mirror guard will be much better! Nice Tele.
Thank you Walt, this color changes by camera. The dark blue mirror pick guard will be ok with the sea foam green. I bought the pick guard when I thought it was a blue guitar.
I would love to see this guitar before I die Keith my friend.
You know but I always thought that guitar with the real Tele pickup in the bridge was a Deluxe. My 1973 Custom had two humbuckers. My guitar was a dissapointment but it said Custom on the head stock.
Your's must have been routed for a humbucker in the bridge. The Deluxe has dual humbuckers stock.
I love everything about that guitar, color, vintage tuners and the real Telecaster pickups. I thought that I was getting that blue from the photos. It's sea foam green, like a bar of Irish Spring Soap. Now the cameras are dicking me.