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Discussion in 'Squier Telecasters' started by ebidis, Dec 31, 2015.
Only have the one, and it's the Affinity turned nocaster:
Hello guys, I'm new here, just bought a Squire Affinity Tele, and I've fell in love with it, originally bought it to finish up some studio tracks I'm currently working on and this guitar has changed my way of playing, and I cant wait to get another!! any how, did a couple upgrades, the most obviouse, a Duncan Pro Alnico II Pup, new Pots, need a new selector switch, this one went out while I was changing the pots, some Gotoh black tuners, (Those really helped!!) a Fender neck plate, was going to switch the neck pup but it sound pretty darn good, oh and installing a bone nut also, anyway, pics!
My two Telecasters. The first one is a Fernandes "The Revival" TE-72 from 1986 made at Fujigen in Japan. The second one i buyed two days ago from a guy in Germany, she arrives this week. It's a Fender Telecaster from 1996, also made in Japan. It's a Fender 50 years celebrating model. Already have a shell pink strat of this series and very like it. (50 years celebrating models are normal standart models, just with a sticker on it)
I need another tele.....
I gotta stop looking at this thread....
My two Teles, 98 CY Squier with rosewood fretboard and my recently acquired 92 MIM with the maple.
I have not seen an Affinity that color before, may have been a special addition or a repaint
My first real tele! She is a 2012 vm special...
I've been waiting since page two in this thread to be able to post pics of one of my own.
Man, I love the tuners on this thing. No little string ends to deal with when your done. This thing is just smooth everywhere. no fret ends to feel , edges of the fret board are rolled. Totally not what I am used to. and it's great.
My latest (and right now) favorite Tele: 20th Anniversary Standard.
My only Tele thinline master series .... jumbo frets, bone nut, 70's "F" machine heads, stainless bridge saddles...
At present only one of my Teles is a Squier, mind you the sunburst one is a Classic Vibe Custom body with an MIM Std Tele neck, so I suppose I have got one and a half Squiers;-)
I don't remember posting to this thread but I have some fresh glam shots from yesterday of my BSB CV with a surprise drop in from Roxy.
I officially got kicked out of my bed. Could not perform to their liking. I might just go looking for one that will appreciate what skills I have.
Squier Classic Vibe 50's - Vintage Blonde
Squier Classic Vibe 50's - Butter Scotch Blonde
Squier Classic Vibe Custom FSR - Olympic White
Squier J5 - Black
Fender Classic Player Triple Telecaster - Black
Fender Modern Player Telecaster Plus - Honey Burst
Fender Modern Player Telecaster Plus - Transparent Charcoal
Start fooling around with a Strat for a while, and they'll soon be calling you back to them.
Works every time.
I definitely would need a bigger bed, there's 9 of them.
How do the neck profiles compare between your VB CV50 and the FSR CVC?
This reminds me, I need to post a current picture.
Here's my threesome ....
2011 Fender MIM FSR Tele. Came with Vintage Noiseless pups and active mid boost. I took out the mid boost because I was tired of killing 9 volts and didn't really need it. Sold the mid boost and kept the pickups. Great guitar, one of the best Fender necks ever, not a baseball bat, but thicker than others. Love this guitar.