- Nov 11, 2018
And put butterscotch on 'em.Texas Toast? So, if you don't like them, you can Eat them! 😁 NICE!!!!!!!
That's all you need (for now).Fender Standard
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That’s all I got!
Looks like an Italian sports car, very sleek!I only got the one...
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The Telecaster my be Classic, but it's really not my Vibe.
Really like this look!
Make 'em Your own, they look great!Here's a couple that I bought or traded with ST members over the years, and applied my own twist, an Esquire partscaster and a Dillion B-bender
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Wow, nice!I've owned a bunch. This is the only Tele I have left. Fender MIM Special Edition Deluxe Ash BSB.
It's got a G.M. '1984' humbucker in the neck.
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I am partial to the midnight wine. It looks great!Okay, I'll play.
2007 Baja. Added Seymour Duncan Hot Tele pickups. Stripped finish and wearing and ageing well. This guitar comes to and is played at every gig, has been dropped, had beer spilt on it and has never let me down.
Ably backed up by this 2004 MIM Standard, modded with black guard, SD Hot Tele pickups, vintage tuner and vintage style bridge. Suffers and is relied on like the Baja, love the midnight wine colour. Had a tough life before me and it continues
I have a partscaster made from an MIM Std neck, a Squier Classic Vibe Custom body, Lawrence Keystone pickups and also vintage style tuners
Squier Standard Telecaster in Antique Burst. Added Bare Knuckle Boot Camp pickups and a four way switch
Recently acquired Squier Affinity, bought in poor condition in a local charity shop, only lightly modded, bone nut, 4 way switch, cream guard and a good set up.