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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by SDMFVan, Nov 21, 2018.
perfect tele imho enjoy
I haven't tried an AVRI, so it might be similar. I would describe this as "deep u", using the Fender nomenclature.
that neck is CHONKY
Gonna whisk off to the fender site because now I'm curious .
The site says "large C" - I'm not even sure what else has that available. If you do get a chance, try an AVRI to compare - maybe even the american original?
Either way, that's a couple threads on here and I bet they sound fantastic.
I'm gonna make my build thread today, since I keep mentioning it
Hands down my favorite Tele
Don't think any others have the large C profile, it was Richie's request to the best of my knowledge.
HNGD, beautiful guitar, I need to try one, but not sure if I could get used to that neck.
HNGD! It's beautiful, sir. My favorite production Tele for sure.
Incredible guitars and the pickups are 10/10 IMO.
They also made a (discontinued) matching strat for those that are interested.
So... can it metal?
Awesome and beautyful guitar... congrats.
I asked because I tried to replicate with affordable mods on my Squier CV50, and that grampa tele could metal too!
Yeah it can definitely do metal. That Chopper T is a versatile little pickup.
Picked up one of these from Musicians Friend with a 15% off black Friday discount. Your post pushed me over the edge.
Love the necks on these. They are thick but comfy. Great guitars period. I I had to choose one Tele this Would be it.
Hell yes! Congrats!
Agreed. It's super fat but somehow extremely comfortable. I've been playing it for almost 7 hours today and don't even notice it at this point. No hand cramping either.
Got mine 2 days ago and it came exactly as advertised. Very comfortable guitar to play and the pickups sound fantastic. Quality is just as good if not better than the USA models. I don't really notice the fat neck unless i do a significant stretch for some wide intervals and I don't really notice the heel block so much since it's only a 22 fret model. I'm very pleased!
Wow...that Tele looks great with the gold hardware, the flame maple top and maple neck/FB and bound body. Telecasters are great guitars and I sure love my 1952 AVRI Fender Tele that I bought brand new back in 2006 and I've bonded with it ever since. Congrats on your purchase.