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    Tele madness

    Over the last few years, sold all of my electrics and acoustics (save one) .

    My collection as it exists today.




    Only took 5 decades of playing, buying and selling to realize what guitars fit me the best.

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    Re: Tele madness

    What models do you have there, & which one do you gravitate towards the most?

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    Re: Tele madness

    The result of Tele madness is the beautiful guitars you have! In this case, madness is good.
    If we'd known we were going to be the Beatles, we'd have tried harder.--George Harrison

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    Re: Tele madness


    The blonde one on the right looks like a G&L ASAT. But I can't tell if it's a Fullerton Deluxe or a Classic. I have a weakness/fondness for blonde Teles.
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    Re: Tele madness

    I think if I were to lose everything I have, the first guitar I'd get would be a Tele. Then a Les Paul. Then a Strat. Then a bass.
    "Live and learn and flip the burns"

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    Re: Tele madness

    Left to right

    AV55 Thin Skin (7.1 lbs)
    AV69 Thin Skin Thinline (6.1 lbs)
    Dave's 62 (AKA Thin Skin) (7.0 lb s)
    G&L Fullerton ASAT Classic (6.5 lbs)

    Love me some lightweight Teles

    Actually giving some thought to adding a G&L ASAT Special. Had one many years ago. Best recording electric I ever owned.

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    Re: Tele madness

    Quote Originally Posted by DogsPart2 View Post
    Actually giving some thought to adding a G&L ASAT Special. Had one many years ago. Best recording electric I ever owned.

    I have an ASAT Junior II, and it's the Tele I play most (I have four Fenders and one G&L). The controls suit me a bit better than the standard in-line knobs.

    That said, my Triple Player has a tone to die for (I call it my Tele-Strat-Or because with three pickups and a 5-way switch, it can produce almost any Strat sound I can pull out of a guitar).
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