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Reviews and Problems with Fender Standard Telecaster Black Maple

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Overall 10
10

" Wicked sound for a starter set "

TeleFunk, Audiofanzine
25 April 2014
  • Excerpt: Made in Mexico, with volume, tone & pickup selectors (between the neck, bridge, or both), 22 frets UTILIZATION
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Overall 10
10

" Metallica ....wait .....metallicblue "

iamqman, Audiofanzine
30 November 2011
  • Excerpt: Fender telecaster is it great sounding instrument that has a unique feel and tone all to itself. Even though it's a Fender brand product it has its own natural feel very different than the Fender Stratocaster guitar. It's a nice bright spanky tone that works well with a clean amplifier to a medium overdriven amplifier.
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Overall 10
10

" Black and sweet "

iamqman, Audiofanzine
3 September 2011
  • Excerpt: I pretty much love everything there is about the fender telecaster guitar. It has a great look a great feel and superb tone. The body shape is one of the most iconic guitar shapes that the world has ever known. The tone is a very fender tone but completely different than the Fender Stratocaster town. It has a shimmery or more cleaner tone and its own unique sustain. Overall it is a very cool sounding and looking guitar.
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Overall 8
8.0

" Another decent mid level guitar "

King Loudness, Audiofanzine
11 August 2011
  • Excerpt: The Fender Standard Tele is made in their Mexico plant to offer an alternative to the Fender American line, which is pricey for some people. This guitar has been in production for several years and many players use them as great country or rock guitars, or as modding platforms to replace the parts to make it as good as some of the higher end Teles that exist.
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Overall 10
10

" Nice snowstorm Tele "

iamqman, Audiofanzine
4 August 2011
  • Excerpt: Fender is probably the biggest music company in the world when it comes to amps and guitars. They have singled handily take probably the largest portion of the amp and guitar market. Their instruments have been played all over the world from beginner learning guitar players to the best professionals in the world. Any guitar who has ever been playing the guitar or even seen a guitar has probably come across a Fender Telecaster at some point.
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Overall 10
10

" Classic Coca Cola "

iamqman, Audiofanzine
3 August 2011
  • Excerpt: The Fender Telecaster is easily one of the most recognizable guitars on the planet. they are primarily featured in Nashville as so many country player's love the sound of the twangy clean tone that these guitars naturally produce. These guitars unlike the Fender Strat have more of a cleaner tone and you thought the fender Strat had a clean tone. These guitars got even cleaner and more easier to play as well.
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

JackLudden, Audiofanzine
11 August 2008
  • Excerpt: This is the Fender telecaster that is manufactured in Mexico. It has 22 frets, as well as the standard telecaster setup as far as bridge and pickups. The simple bridge and the two pickups - one standard single coil and one of the lipstick types. It's got a volume knob and a tone knob for bass/treble balance. In addition, there is a pickup selector for switching between each pickup or both. The neck is a blonde hardwood.
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Overall 10
10

" Fender Telecaster Standard (Mexican) "

MGR/caseylm, Audiofanzine
1 July 2005
  • Excerpt: I paid 350 new from a local dealer. I own a les paul custom and a fender mij strat and figured this would round it all out. I like twangy single coils also.
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Overall 10
10

" Fender Standard Telecaster (Mexican) "

MGR/sonic_tooth, Audiofanzine
16 February 2005
  • Excerpt: got it from sound control in newcastle paid £360 worth every penny. ive always wanted a telecaster and they dont make jazzmasters left handed
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Overall 10
10

" Fender Standard Telecaster MIM "

MGR/ryan, Audiofanzine
23 April 2004
  • Excerpt: I picked this up at Sam Ash. I had visited two or three weeks previously looking for a guitar in the 300-400 dollar range to move up from my cheap
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