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Discussion in 'Squier Telecasters' started by MrYeats, Sep 13, 2019.
SLICK !!! Tell us more.
MIM Fender 50's nitro lacquer vintage burst.2019..solid ash.
The Classic Series ‘50s Telecaster Lacquer evokes the instrument in the decade of its origin, with an authentic nitrocellulose lacquer finish on its ash body. Other features include a “C”-shaped maple neck, 7.25”-radius maple fingerboard with 21 vintage-style frets and black-dot inlays, dual vintage-style single-coil alnico pickups with three-way switching, single-ply white pickguard, knurled chrome control knobs, vintage-style strings-through-body bridge with three chrome barrel saddles, and vintage-style tuners. Tweed case included.
Fender revolutionized popular music and guitar playing in the early 1950s with the introduction of the Telecaster guitar. Designed simply, smartly and elegantly, it quickly became a trusted and revered go-to instrument for guitarists everywhere, and it created a new sound for the 1950s and decades to come at the very heart of popular music.
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Tomorrow, my other new best friend should be here...Stay tuned.
The pix are kinda strange as the red does not show up to the naked eye. Must be a camera thing.
Good lawd that’s one sexy ass Tele!!! That burst body is just absolutely gorgeous!!! I dig it man!
Awesome Tele @MrYeats can’t wait for your other surprise maybe a ‘56 Deluxe or a ‘64 Vibrolux
Congrats & HNGD !
It looks freakin awesome to me !
No but I cant wait to do a demo with my new Hot Rod Pro....
gotta get the Yamaha programmed for some good backup.
Love it!! Congrats!
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She’s a keeper for sure. That back is unbelievable. Nice axe! HNGD!
That's nice! Congratulations!
I just completed a parts caster using a body and neck from that same 50s lacquer Tele model -- what a resonant guitar!!
ur gonna love it (as long as you can get along w/ 7.25)
Nice! I supposed those last 5 necks you sold helped out, huh? Congrats on the New Guitar!
It's all in the payment plan...easy monthly payments.
I"d rather be in debt than to be without a guitar...
that is the old vintage radius, And you know, I never pay attention to radius or shape of a neck and honestly, at a glance, don't think I can tell one from another.
I have so many guitars with so many different necks that I just pick them up and go at it. I even have a Cielo 335 with the fattest baseball bat neck ever. But then I have big hands and am a big guy so the only thing that bothers me is a tiny neck like on a mandolin. But I intend to take that up one day.