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Discussion in 'Telecaster/Esquire Forum' started by Wrighty, Sep 26, 2019.
Does this do anything for you? It is a 1953 tribute partscaster I put together.
Honestly, not much. Beautifully put together, likelybplays like a dream, but doesn’t give me GAS. I've got An old Squier Strat rescued from a friends garage, Chips and dings, darkened Maple neck, discoloured guard and knobs, love it. Thinking about it a bit more, it might be because a Strat has a big pick guard, three knobs and three pup covers to age gracefully. A Tele really only has a small guard to add character. Clutching at straws here.
Well you did one hell of a job, that's a killer looking tele!
My Cambridge Reverb is definitely a relic.
Yeah that is the one with the silver control plate. 1965 all tube goodness.
I get it. If you have to live with a guitar, you should love to look at it.
Oh, and play it, too!
Everybody loves a relic!!!!
I'd have to take each guitar on a case by case basis.
Shiny and new on any guitar is good with me even my 2000 Am Strat, or any other guitar,with almost bulletproof paint. Reliced by age and honest wear is also good with me.
I'm not a fan of new relics though even done well. But I am a fan of nice playing, sounding and looking guitars even if they've been thrashed a bit
I’m a Strat guy but I do like my Tele ...a lot.
You only learn after owning one, relics are not about the looks, they are about the feel.
If it lets me play like Keef
It's alright, and actually better than good! We Tele folk are ready for action. It's a great place to be.
My first guitar was a Tele about that same color but a white pickguard. If it hadn't been stolen I'd still have it
Mine's early 1966 I think. Black plate, strap handle, one-piece back panel. I've had it since 1969. It was my first amp.
I got mine around 1991. I love it.
You're a nutter, simple as that
Embrace the madness!