Fender at NAMM: cool vs. corny...

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  1. mojocaster.com

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    (Sorry, couldn't be helped...) :D
     
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    Must be!

    All kidding aside, I would love to own that tele...
     
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    Played like buttah....
     
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    The "Dead Man's Hand!"
    Too cool! ( It really needs a tooled leather pickguard though!)

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  6. DANOCASTER

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    why they even BOTHER painting a CORN strat ??

    WOULD ANYONE PLAY THAT SERIOUSLY ??
     
  7. scanlory

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    I would rock the Corncaster. :dude
     
  8. mojocaster.com

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    isn't that what NAMM is all about? Making the oddball guitar that you wouldn't make otherwise, just because you can? :)
     
  9. rastus

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    Call me when they get the cabbage-caster happening.
     
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    The cornocaster has done its work- we're now discussing it on the gear page. If it was just another vintage based relic, the thread wouldn't have happened...
     
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    Excellent point Fengato-we have played right into their hands....
     
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    I see a new guitar for Dwight Yoakam. Man I love the way he dresses. Custom cowboy boots, hat, leather jacket with frills, but designer pants and french cuffs.
     
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    I hope they don't decide to make a Turdcaster...
     
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    They already do.It's called the American Deluxe.................<runs away..........>
     
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    I saw that coming :dude
     
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    The Tele's cool. The strat, I think I'd be embarrassed to play out.
     
  17. frank62

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    Lots of farmers in the midwest will think the Corncaster is cool. A seed corn dealer will buy that and give it away at his annual sausage and pancake breakfast for his customers. It's not just doctors, lawyers and indian chiefs who like custom guitars and amps.
     
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    That strat is the State Guitar of Iowa!!
     
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    It'd be the talk of the town here :) I'd play it.
     
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    ^Do you know what the USA's largest commodity is? Corn.
     

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