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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by skhan007, Feb 19, 2020.
But mine has a rift sawn neck...
June 1982 JV TL 65. This eBay score came to me refretted and in great nick. I did swap out the pickups for Lollar Special T bridge and Dimarzio Twang King Neck. The pots weren’t original so I changed them. This is a great guitar.
1990 Telecaster with the N_9 serial number. Smells of pipe tobacco from a previous owner (and if it ever loses that smell, I might ditch it). Just has that thing.
59 Tele by 8nthatK posted Feb 20, 2020 at 9:58 PM
Tele by 8nthatK posted Feb 20, 2020 at 9:58 PM
I'm pretty sure I love every guitar in this thread.
Screenshot_20191027-135909_Gallery by big-ez posted Oct 27, 2019 at 1:59 PM
Old gibson mini in the neck, seymour antiquity in the middle, slider's in the bridge. Versatile and really fun to play.
‘72 neck on a Fender body of unknown origin - at least I haven't been able to figure it out.
'70 body with plugged holes from Bigsby, big fat MJT neck, Voodoo pickups, decals by SoCal Speed Shop.
Mine is the baddest of all asses!! To me anyway.
E60FAAA9-773B-46EB-A4EF-D2DE7FC13B97 by Pat6969 posted Feb 5, 2020 at 7:04 PM
Late to the party but here's mine!
My #1. Built this back in 2011.
Does this count? Partscaster with a strat neck pup. My #1, easily.
AED4AA4F-8658-423F-8ABC-D9ADB74F3AC6 by mlkIII posted Feb 12, 2019 at 7:08 PM
C21963C5-D429-4CDF-A3FE-C3F16CE68E9D by mlkIII posted Apr 27, 2019 at 9:39 AM
Here are 2 I’ve had over the years but now sold. Silver one was the best partscaster I have put together and played countless gigs over 2 years or so with. The redwood one was a guitar I got on here that was a killer baritone guitar that I eventually sold.
3522489B-8D60-4353-87A9-DBB1E01DE7DF by mlkIII posted Jan 29, 2020 at 1:19 PM
this is my current number 1 and don’t see it changing anytime soon. A Berly Guitars Tele. Made in Austin TX. Rings for days, the finish is great, and neck is as smooth and comfortable (big neck) as it gets for me. May do a pickup swap (mini hum neck and a Klein Broadcaster bridge......right now has a set of Bare Knuckle 68 set in it) but time will tell. Teles rule!
I'm sure this will be a Love/Hate guitar, I for one wish it were mine. Lucky Dog are making some really cool guitars
It doesn’t get any nicer than a pink paisley tele. How many years have you owned this one?
Here are a few shots of my Creston T-Style:
And here's my K-Line Truxton: