Excerpt: The sound is great, not too thin, not too powerful. A great classic mix of rock and country sounds. It actually sounds really well compared to my 52ri telecaster, this is my new gigging guitar as I really don't want to bring my 2,000 dollar tele to smoky bar gigs.
"People snub their noses at MIM guitars but they fail to realize they are SAME EXACT facility just a different location than the"
By a customer from gmail.com, zzounds.com
30 September 2011
Excerpt: The neck is beefy, the 6105 frets are ok. I believe this is the best new Telecaster Fender makes. Some may not like the fake relic job or the or that's it's a MIM, I have an American Standard and this guitar blows it away I sold it after I got this guitar. The Tex-Mex pick ups sound incredible through my Fender 73 Super Reverb, 60th Anniversary Tweed Blues Deville and my Hot Rod Deville all 4x10 amps using a Boss ME-50 unit for just a taste of overdrive.The neck sounds...
Summary: I ordered one in the Butterscotch finish. The guitar was delivered in fantastic condition. Unpacking didn't take long and a quick tuning led to a quick play of La Grange, that went off real well. The guitar is all I had hoped for. It has that "journeyman" look and the Texas pickups do it all quite well, from typical chimey Tele sounds to enough power to make my Blackheart amp breakup and deliver a nice rock n roll growl.
Excerpt: Body: Ash, blonde finish with a thin coat of nitrocellulose lacquer that is worn in areas. Neck: Maple, U-shaped, 7-1/4' radius, 25-1/2' scale length. Pickups: Single coil Tex-Mex (2). Hardware: All chrome, vintage-style tuners and bridge. Strings: Came with Fender .10s, changed to...