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Discussion in 'Squier Telecasters' started by ebidis, Dec 31, 2015.
That Birdseye maple isn't too hard to take! And those pickups are excellent, too.
What kind of alien life form is crawling out of that truss rod?
I forget to update lol
This Warmoth neck is spectacular.
Can't really see it in the pic bit there's some birdseye there.
Love that, such a score !
I'm thinking about selling my cv 50s Tele and keeping this one. It's so nice and feels good in your hands. The pickups are really nice like vintage but a but hotter.
Yah, my Tele jones could easily be covered by the looks of this pair!
Yeah you can definitely see the Birdseye figuring even in this photo. Did you also go with the Warmoth compound radius? I shot 3 light coats of amber tinted nitro on mine to pop the grain, then another 9 very thin coats for depth. The quality of these necks is excellent!
I got the guitar and pieces but yes it is a Warmoth Pro with the multi radius neck.
Making myself a pickguard for my tele.
Squier Telecaster 1983 SQ Blonde MIJ
Here is my 2016 CV 50's Tele.....
My Partscaster 72 Deluxe, Mighty Mite rosewood neck, Gibson Burst Bucker P.U.s
Here's all I got by way of telecasters these days.
1. '97 or '98 Squier MIM standard Tele
2. '16 Squier Vintage Modified Tele Deluxe
Loving both of them. Different worlds from each other tonally. The Standard just has the (pardon me) standard MIM pups, but I don't have any complaints with them at all. The VM has the wide range buckers in it - also no gripes.
Well, guess I have to add my latest, the Sawtooth $76 Tele.
It grinds my gears that they raised the price on these before I got paid !
this thread really makes me want to get a tele
Just do it.