Reviews and Problems with Fender Nashville Telecaster
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Fender Deluxe Nashville Tele
9 May 2003
Excerpt: If you're on the hunt for a more versatile tele that doesn't break the bank, this is a model worth checking out. It's a solid player's guitar, and they go for a nice price in the used market. You'll want to replace the pickups, but that's not a huge deal. I highly recommend trying one out before you buy as the fretwork can be iffy depending o...
Excerpt: When I tried this tele out i was so delighted that I put my search for a '52 tele. on the back burner. Terrific guitar to play and it loks very very nice in the sunburst brown [ read more on Audiofanzine ]
Excerpt: Buy one if you like Telecasters but find some of their necks a little thin. Buy one if you like plenty of versatility in your sound. Buy one if you like attractive guitars that work well. Buy one if you like a unique and differnt design. Buy one if you like the following- country, blues, jazz, classic rock, heavy rock, heavy metal, grunge, pop-...
Fender Nashville Power Telecaster ( w/ Fishman Bridge )
7 April 2003
Excerpt: Purchased it used at Guitar Center with a Korean Hamer Archtop as a trade. First off, it has incredible flexibility with the four pickups. It has the usual two Tele pickups (lipstic at the neck and the bridge pickup), but then it sandwhiches a tex mex Strat pickup in the middle. The bridge is made by Fishman and has little piezo pickups in each saddle.