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Discussion in 'Squier Telecasters' started by JurnyWannaBe, Jul 8, 2019.
You're not overstocked until you have had a tele.
Probably not any easier than playing a righty Tele as a lefty... no wonder he switched to Vox Teardrops!
When in doubt, Tele.
If I could only have two guitars (can't imagine just one), it'd be a Tele and an LP.
A telecaster is a VERY versatile instrument.
The only con to owning a Telecaster is that you’ll almost immediately want another Telecaster.
You really should give them a try.
My first Tele, bought used in '73.
My first build (assembly) from Warmoth parts with Rose pickups.
My first Squier Tele.
a telecaster is like a mature woman, capable of anything
Illustrates my point that it doesn't look cool. In fact, the vocalist is looking at him like, "Man, that's so uncool."
That guitar is utterly amazing! If Jurnywannaba can't come through I may be up for it.
A Tele is like a fiery country gal who hits you when she's drinking and throws your stuff outside when you piss her off.
If he gives it up I will let you know
While enjoying @MrYeats Barn Yard video, I couldn't help by laugh when Mark sums up what maybe the life of a number of ST members when he said "I'm old and I'm sitting on a couch, what else can I do?" ........classic.
I tried to make a link but it's at 15:22 when he says it.
@MrYeats is definitely a hoot
Someone is selling a lefty Tele Affy for $99. I may just snag it.
But the last time I tried to do the flip on a Squier Standard Strat ... the results weren't as good as I expected. Wasn't fun to play at all.
How about this one?
What kind of tone-plastic is that? Doesn’t look like Bakelite, that’s for sure.
If you’re serious, I would say “Don’t”, you could buy a LOT of really high-grade Tele
This, for example-the Bajas are from everything I’ve read, all the Tele anybody would ever need...
for what that clear one is going for... it’s kind of a really expensive novelty thing at best. I (briefly) had an Acrylic BC Rich, that weighed about 11 pounds, and managed to sound worse than the crappy plywood BCR I had just before it... “Tone Plastic”, indeed!
The only con for me with a Tele is the lack of a forearm chamfer.
Agree. It could get uncomfortable at times, but I got used to it.