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Discussion in 'Squier Telecasters' started by nitro, Feb 11, 2018.
Yep, you`re right and I think it look's like a desert storm theme
This one I’ve had since 1991
And this one I just bought on eBay for 20% off. Now I have to decide whether to buy a deluxe Nashville neck or stick a Mexican Stratocaster neck I have on it.
That early G&L is just history maan ! Oozing cool
Thanks. I had it refretted and set up by Chicago Fretworks and it plays better than ever.
I'll add this one to the bunch.
My 2003 Tele Affinity when after I put on a Bigsby and shell guard.
It sounded good stock, but at stage volume it howled like a cat with its tail under a rocking chair. I put a Fender 63 RI at the bridge and a Kent Armstrong at the neck. Sounded gorgeous.
Then I wanted a Bigsby and boy did that suck the ever living life out of it. The guitar was dead. Plus the handle of the Bigsby was allowed me to always knock my knuckles on the controls. I could never revive it no matter what I tried -all surprising because it was nothing like my friend's 1969 with stock Fender Bigsby (well.. of course! lol).
It sat in the case for over a year until one day my daughter was doing a report on Leo Fender. I dug out the guitar and returned it to stock and holy cripes! The guitar came to life again!!
The Bigsby and the guard are in some box somewhere and my daughter has commandeered the guitar.
My friend's old tele thinline that's been his main guitar for years -Ken Carlyle. He never had a case for it. Plays and sounds like a dream.
Plus one under the bed.
I gotta get me some Telecaster on ... that trio is remarkable Tony.
That is one of the ugliest guitars I’ve ever seen. I’d love to try it out.
Just like an ugly ole dog ... er body love 'em.
Old pic ? where's your new switch tip ?
Neither one would fit....
Really ? they are cross cut for two different kinds of switches - did you try both ways ? if not - open up the bigger slot with a file - a little at a time until it does ? sorry man !
Hey no worries. I'll try that when I get home today.