This has me jonesin' even more for a Tele-style g-tar

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  1. JPenn

    JPenn Member

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    This is cool!!!!

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  2. suhr_rodney

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    Hahaha.... very nice, but I have limited sympathy.... this Suhr's got me...

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  3. JPenn

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    I didn't realize until about 6 months ago (when my father informed me) that I've never owned a Tele in the 20 something years I've been playing. I've owned mostly Strat-style guitars, then for about 12 years I used PRS pretty much exclusively. I think it's time for me to try the plank.

    The only thing I don't like about the Suhr is the flame. For some reason flamed maple just doesn't look right to me on a S or T-style guitar. I like the color though!!
     
  4. cnardone

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    Those are both certainly GAS inducing gits. I want one too!!
     
  5. Jerrod

    Jerrod Silver Supporting Member

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    That's a nice Mongoobastar. I'm playing my BW Tylerbastar right now, procrastinating about going to work.
     
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    and invisible.
     
  7. gkoelling

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    +1

    Butterscotch, Trans White, Oly White, Sonic Blue, Tobacco Sunburst, Natural. The simplicity of a tele is one of the things that attracts me to it. However, that is one sweet guitar.
     
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    Yeah...!





    Shame about the headstock, though. ;)
     
  9. JPenn

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    Yeah I wish Mr Tyler would stop being so conservative!!!!:cool:
     

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