What's the most ‘conventional’ Tele from Ron Thorn?

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  1. skydog

    skydog Supporting Member

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    I see a lot of nice, mid grade guitars that would be fun to play, but have a Slim taper D neck, and don't get a second look.
     
  2. Down and Out in NYC

    Down and Out in NYC Gold Supporting Member

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    Hamer 25th Anniversary ???
     
  3. big mike

    big mike Gold Supporting Member

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    My customs are all based around a slightly out of spec PRS Standard 24
     
  4. WayneM

    WayneM Member

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    Not traditional
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    First row...not traditional
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    pretty close
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  5. Dan Coughlin

    Dan Coughlin Member

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    Fairly traditional here, started life more traditional but the original owner had Ron make up a new guard with a Fralin no-hum 90. I have the original guard and pickup but the no-hum sounds great so I haven't tried switching.

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