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Discussion in 'Telecaster/Esquire Forum' started by SIngles Forever, Sep 22, 2021.
Check out the Jim Adkins Telecaster. Pretty sure it isn't MIA though.
got a Lollar P90 and one of his hot bridge pup to match levels, it's a tone monster
I do like the looks of the Jim Atkins Tele. Kind of Fender take on LP Special. It even has the 24.75" scale.
I know, I'm not helping..
Or am I?
Btw, I like how you know that you need exactly three guitars.
2 double buckers...a hollow body and a Les Paul. I need those though. And I want the real p 90s not those p94 thingies.
Also it's possible that I may 'need' a p90 SG instead of the tele.
I always wanted an SG but the Telly shape just talks to me more...and the feel.
Oooooo.. get a Noventa
It’s not really a Tele, is it?
And since it’s guitar number nine it almost makes perfect sense.
Those TV Yellow Les Paul specials would also for the part.
YOLO! Go for it!
You gotta buyee dat ting, mon!
I have 33, which is at least one fewer than I need!
You're on the wrong support forum.
This one only supports ACQUSITION.
Do it now.
Hell no. You absolutely need a Telecaster w/P90s. No man should be without one.
Yup. This place is like Home on the Range where never is heard a discouraging word.
Yeah, P90's in a snarling Tele.
That could theoretically be a need and not a want.
I "needed" a better acoustic for recording and performing with, so I went TODAY and bought a Koa Taylor, ebony board, mahogany necked bundle of joy.
So don't get me lying to you about a p90' equipped Tele. You need it.
The ONLY Telecaster I could ever be persuaded to own is one with P90's.
If one needs a canoe paddle, then it must come with p90's.
If you want to consider a twist on that take a peek at a G&L ASAT Special with Leo's MFD pickups. They're kind of a chameleon pickup. Part P90, part Jazzmaster, part Tele single coil. On that guitar I like them more than P90s and I love P90s.
Aw, no fair. I wanna new acoustic too.
you got one?
This would be the ultimate but I kind of don't want to spend four thousand bucks.