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I'm a Fender Custom Shop guy too. Twice.
I think, if suddenly, all we had available were Duncan Antiquities, the majority of us would be happy with them.
The Fender American Vintage '52 Tele bridge is the twangiest in my experience.
I like how everyone assembles so quickly to see the band. Must have been loud in there too....
They might have said "F*** Fender."
What did you have?
And Sampson had the strength to do it.
And Victoria Amps are still the best amp manufacturer in the world.
Any Les Paul style guitar and a set of Duncan 59s will put you there.
Yeah, from anchoring your pinky. I have it on a Tele also.
Did Leo Fender design the Dual Fulcrum?
John Frusciante does not look healthy in this pic. :(
John cocks his wah to get that tone.
Thanks, wir. I wasn't expecting that. I thought that Fender was really pushing 'original' when Pure Vintage was introduced.
I upgraded my Gibson R8 many years ago. A set of Duncan Antiquities and an RS Guitarworks 50s wiring kit. Good bones.
What is the installed wiring configuration on the AV '64 Tele? From the factory, that is.
I made a pledge not to.
Which are the best vintage Greco Strats to keep an eye out for?
It ended up on their greatest hits.
I only have one of their models. A 0038 Tele bridge pickup, and it really nails that 50s maple board vibe.
Other Mare fans? Favourite pickup...
Ah, my mistake. Thanks. :)
Are the Super Distortion and Dual Distortion the same pickup?
I think that 'Fullerton' is probably the biggest selling point.