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- Model Name: Classic Player Baja Telecaster®
Series: Classic Player
Color / MSRP* / Part # :
Body Shape: Telecaster®
(0141502307, 0141502303, 0141502306)
Neck Shape: Soft "V" Shape
Number of Frets: 21
Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
Fretboard Radius: 9.5" (24.13 cm)
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Finish: Gloss Urethane
Nut Width: 1.625" (41.3 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5" (64.8 cm)
Neck Plate: Custom 4 Bolt Neckplate
Pickup Configuration: S/S
Bridge Pickup: Custom Shop Broadcaster Single-Coil Pickup
Neck Pickup: Custom Shop "Twisted" Tele® Single-Coil Neck Pickup
Pickup Switching: 4-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups (In Parallel), Position 3. Neck Pickup, Position 4. Neck and Bridge Pickups (In Series)
Special Electronics: S-1™ Switch
Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
Bridge: Original Vintage Tele® Bridge with 3 Brass Saddles
String Nut: Synthetic Bone
Switch Tip: "Top Hat" Style Switch Tip
Auxiliary Switching: S-1 Switch Down: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge/Neck Pickups (In Parallel)-Out of Phase, Position 3. Neck Pickup (Standard Tele) Position 4. Neck/Bridge Pickups (Series) Out of Phase
Strings: Fender® USA Super 250R, NPS, (.010-.046 Gauges)
Unique Features: Soft "V" Shape Maple Neck, Knurled Chrome Knobs, "Custom Shop Designed" Neck Plate, 4-Way + 2-Way S-1™ Switching, Synthetic Bone Nut
Case/Gig Bag: Deluxe Gig Bag
Included Accessories: Deluxe Gig Bag
Control Knobs: Knurled Chrome
- This is a nice Tele! My favorite guitar that Fender ever introduced is the Telecaster, and a good Tele is one to hold on to. I read somewhere a quote from an ex-Fender employee that worked with the company in the very early years. The quote said something like "We all knew Leo's first design was his best, but nobody had the heart to tell him." I agree with this statement. The Telecaster is one of the simplest, yet most solid guitars around, offering rock-solid tuning stability, crystal clarity, and excellent playability. This Baja Classic Player Tele is no exception. It offers everything that a great Tele should have...
- ...however, Fender did one thing I'm not a fan of on this guitar. They included the S-1 switching system, which allows 6 different sounds total. Usually, I am all about that kind of variety, but these extra sounds aren't really that different from the originals. I like the original 3 tones of a Tele better than the additional tones here, to be honest. In trying out this guitar, I checked out all of the settings, and I never went back to the newer S-1 sounds. I feel like it's a waste of electronics, and just overly complicates the guitar. It's by no means a space-age guitar, but if one had to make a simple soldering adjustment, that extra switch could throw them off, and I don't think the quality of the extra sounds justify adding more circuitry that could potentially fail.
- Overall Opinion
- Overall, this guitar is a winner. But the S-1 switching is unnecessary bulk that just raises the price of the guitar. I'd rather pay $50-100 less for the same guitar minus the S-1. It really is a good axe, it just doesn't need this fancy switching. It's a Tele!
- This is a custom-made Telecaster pickup, one that is not readily available in every Telecaster on its own. It is made by Fender's Custom shop, so it isn't mass produced. They are only available in certain guitars, they are not sold regularly, which makes them difficult to find. I was lucky enough that somebody pointed this out to me when it was in a really cheap Baja Tele.
This particular model is only for the neck pickup, as they haven't made it for a bridge pickup yet (probably because there isn't a demand for one.) I tried it because I heard that it sounds more like a Strat pickup, and I wasn't particularly thrilled with my own neck pickup on my Tele. So I tried it out to see what happens.
I researched and found that this pickup uses bigger magnets and has longer magnet rods than a typical Tele pickup, which helps explain the difference in sound.
After getting it wired at my local shop (I am really not that good at doing the wiring on my own), I brought it home to check it out on my Fender Twin. I immediately noticed that it was a lot clearer than my original Tele neck pickup was. I liked this a lot. It was definitely similar to a Strat in terms of tone, it has warmth as well as a clarity about it that the Tele didn't. The original Tele pickup was definitely muddier overall.
Right now, I can't decide whether I like this pickup more than the old one. I have a Strat, so I'm not sure I really needed my Tele to sound more like one, too. I like having the option of switching between a Tele Bridge and a Strat Neck pickup, but I can't decide if I wouldn't have been happier with the original Pickups.
Either way, it's a great pickup, one that it is rather different for telecasters, so I'd recommend checking it out if it sounds appealing to you.
- Overall Opinion
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- handle excellent, a little big, I like everything that has been said in another notification is accurate, I love the luterie the brutal side of the guitar, the look and especially the transparent finish that leaves wood grain visible, I talk microphones farther!
- ergonomics Telecaster is a great guitar, when everything works well, baja needs a setting a bit sharper than another guitar as being more direct and crude in its sound, it is nothing to you in your sins forgiven games! but that's what makes the charm of this guitar. I said that it is a good guitar étonament to play jazz, something which we do not necessarily pensse
- sound! This is where things get complicated, having had the chance to play on a TV in 1962 for a few years, I wanted a specific sound, that possess absolutely baja .... except that mine will sound followed by a sinister crackling electric realize the useless, I am fortunate to have other guitars, les paul standard strat ultrat, etc. any of my guitar does this sound on any of my amps!
- Overall Opinion
- I bought it in September 2012, sent home for Woodbrass problems sizzling / electrical noise, she came back after a month's absence with exactly the same problems ... so it's a guitar unusable in current state, I think if it is not repaired, I'll turn the whole system microphone knob and plate and mount microphones with good joe bardon knobs ..
- I will not detail everything about this model already very well commented below and I agree with almost everything that has been said ... as for me I would add some interesting elements and I speak as an expert.
Stories about the varnish running down the frets are possible, but then it is not luck ... ditto for misalignment of strings ... But I have no problem.
Certainly the very thick paint could hide a few noble wood .. but it remains hypothetical and it's still ash, believe me it sounds good as ash, clarity and resonance of the body.
The type of microphones mounted is excellent ..
the plastic nut is nil string "tilt" in the turns of mechanics.
21 frets, he'll miss a shame .. but we will not cry ..
- The handle is nice and a little thinner than a les paul gibson.L access to acute is not thought of as futuristic, strings of 1.4 mm 12th fret in case ie very low level of its action , and no borders. Super ...
A significant problem is the good performance of the agreement after pulling your strings .. it does not matter since you have to replace the nut with a Tusq more slippery (same for bridges)
3 Pontets type "barrel" unhelpful to fine-tune the intonation.
- The baja has a wide range of sounds and by its selector button S1 there are 7 different voices.
Fender, the S1 button has the same function on a stratocaster for example it may simply puts a microphone into a microphone type double at the sound color ... Here on the S1 provides telecaster sound colors a little nasal, (as if a wha wha pedal was engaged to set path or if you hear a guitar on the phone). It's cute inspiring and keeps a very grain oldies ..
This guitar sounds very 50 and she has a real authenticity.
Aggressiveness heat gently, for the funk, blues rock .. jazz .. we find happiness.
Regarding the insulation, it is true that stray a little but it is bearable; as a gentleman can always lower the volume, the knob is also used to it.
- Overall Opinion
- I may be the lucky fender in Mexico, but I must admit it sounds very well and this baja.
A guitar is a meeting, it is true, but we must also know that some of the same series guitar can sound more or less ..
I have a U.S. deluxe, but this is well worth a baja American is sur.Il just need to pass the course psychological "Made in Mexico ..", it is a vast history linked to Mexican workers do not realize mondialisation.les not fender pasteboard, far away. The classic player series is one of the best Mexican production. So far, I've read somewhere that the quality of fender baja deteriorated after 2007.
- Everything has been said here, so I pass.
- Very resonant vacuum surprisingly well! It's really good slap.
The handle is also very nice, it's really big but less than my Les Paul '58 Reissue.
Its profile is very nice, it seems that it is a soft V, but I do not like that I think we would say V over a large C or a D.
It's been a little Gibson, what, I like it!
The radius of 9.5 "is really top, I do not like a radius more pronounced.
The bends going well.
The finish is correct, as the adjustment. The junction body / neck is well made.
The mechanics do the job, but we feel that it is not of great quality.
The pickguard is too thick, ugly and seen up close.
The switch S1 is a bit shoddy.
The system S1 cons, I am puzzled, as the 4-position switch. For my use, I do not see the interest.
It changes a little, and it changes it into less, so why bother?
It is not impossible that I should just jump and replace it with a 3-position selector knobs and two standard 250k.
- The neck pickup is very good, it is not common on the Telecaster.
The micro bridge, "CS Broadcaster", however I was surprised. Middy enough, it is closer to a P90 (less powerful) than a conventional micro Telecaster. The famous sound of ice pick Telecaster held by some, well, this microphone is completely free.
It is located on the upper midrange, which is that it produces a nice crunch KERRRRANG. However, I was looking for a sound to Steve Cropper, I have a bit of my hunger, I miss some slamming.
This is not the guitar that is in question because in vacuum, this is really slamming.
In fact, we feel that this guitar was designed rather to play in crunch sounds that sounds clean. For stonesiens riffs, it sends severe!
Even for sounds at the ACDC with Marshall type sound, it does.
But it is less in the world of the Telecaster country / twangy / Chick'n picking, with this choice of microphones.
- Overall Opinion
- Overall: fans of the Stones and Black Crowes and even the Reverend Gibbons, this guitar is for you!
Fans of Danny Gatton and Albert Lee, it may need to turn to something else, or change the micro bridge.
It's a good guitar, solid, not exceptional (I compare with my Suhr Classic S and it is not the same world, but the same price either) but that really does the job.
Price / quality ratio: excellent. In time, it becomes downright theft.
- Made in mexico
Original Vintage Tele bridge with 3 brass saddles
V soft handle screw.
21 jumbo frets
Custom Shop Broadcaster single coil in bridge
Single coil neck pickup Custom Shop "Twisted" Tele in ... handle
4 selector positions vintage style (4-Switch Positions: Position 1. Bridge pickup, Position 2. Bridge and neck pickups (in Parallel) Position 3. Neck pickup, Position 4. Neck and bridge pickups (in series)
S-1 Switch putting mics out of phase (S-1 Switch Down: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge / Neck Pickups (In Parallel)-Out of Phase, Position 3. Neck Pickup (Standard Tele) Position 4. Neck / Bridge Pickups (Series) Out of Phase)
Look fabulous! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! (Vintage blonde)
- The handle is special. I love it, but try before you buy. Excellent ergonomic handle highway without end, it suits me perfectly! This is what is expected of a Fender. Access to acute is no problem, we get easily a good sound, although I was surprised by the four positions is the point I would describe as "dark" even if it is a details: I tended to "throw" the switch from one end to another of his race, I was surprised during the first 3 days after it was good. The cover of the selector bar is often, I searched for 20 minutes in my room after a change too violent. I put a little glue is good now:) It is very pleasant to use, good grip. I put 9 for details.
- AAAAAAHHH you get to the interesting part.
I play mostly rock, with sounds clean and saturated, vintage and modern, flowing in the funk, hard rock, and folk (RHCP, The Kooks Doobie Brothers, Nirvana, Dire Straits ...). And yes, this TV anything is possible. The six positions, which I mainly use 4 (switch off) but I sometimes use two out of phase. Not troubleshoot 6 positions, they are superb six positions, each with its type, tone controls, which does not leave room for error, making really vary the sound, we get a very wide range, we sometimes the impression of playing on a flok. This is my first TV, and there are good clean sounds (it's not a good strat trèèèèèèèèèès well but it takes the road), saturated or crunchy sounds that span a huge range of sounds, and the twang of a TV "standard". I had long dreamed of a Les Paul, I was won over by this machine, I do not part with it one day.
- Overall Opinion
- I use it for two weeks, I try a lot of models before you buy (American Special Start, ltd EC50, etc. ..) Needless to say she's my favorite.
I like this side to do everything, the looks, it sounds great, the comfort of the neck and maple fingerboard, vintage side ...
I've never tested a United States so I put 9 because I can not compare, but ell is a jewel which I can not separate myself, which makes the dough much more shovels, Fender hit a home run with this scratches on all points.
- Handle very specific: round, with a V very light (barely noticeable), a touch a little narrower than average. The pickups are supposed to be custom shop at that price, it would be surprising. You have to understand "Designed by Custom Shop in my opinion. + A 4 position selector switch S-1. All combinations are not necessarily interesting, it depends on the amp. And whatever the amp, vintage hi-gain to the one position you can still get away with Tele sound and more (check the AC30, EVH amps, amps and my characters. Easel vintage 3 bridges, not easy for correctness, but for the sound indispenseble. Ah yes, since I've read several times: see slightly smashes the microphone, it's not a mistake to ask, but a willingness vintage. J have had a 66 in Esquire hands recently (ouch ...), and the price could see also stoned.
The tuners do their job. Unlike many publicity photos, the paint body is not nearly as translucent, one can distinguish the grain slightly, but it will be difficult to identify the number of body parts (it is 600 balls, I do not d illusions). The sensations are not finished as a top guitar 1200/1500 Euros, but frankly I have no quarrel with my girlfriend so far.
- The handle. At first surprised. Tele different than I had in hand. I'm pretty tough race issue, so much so that all my guitars have a profile EVH (rather large, round, thick and asymmetrical). I had a little trouble, but within a week of practice, I'm home (and frankly, it's not often that my other guitars shovels main). It is played alone, even for the soloists. The absence of bevels for the forearm and the flop is bad, but it is the spirit Tele apparently. The access to the treble is pretty good for a single-cut to the point that I got trapped in concert, forgetting that there are only 21 frets!
This is my one and only Fender. I've had strats of course, but sold all because I've never felt comfortable on it. Tele but this one is truly apart, better to me that the U.S. bases. The Hotrod 52 could make me crack, but I was not as comfortable, and I like to have a guitar at an affordable price for him "get into it" without scruple or fear.
- Sounds. Well, with the comfort, but also on the ground where she buries most expensive U.S. standards. Simply connect, and it was really Tele touch immediately. Me, I had a little craze on the sounds of Hellecasters and Brad Paisley, although not playing country music. And there they were under the fingers! It allows me to have a sound a bit more "conventional" in blues, while remaining distanced from countless Stratophiles (still vaguely "SRViens") but may make it sound the same plans, with more aggressiveness. I use in my band blues rock, and frankly, it's terrible. Plugged into a Deluxe VM + 2x12, or in my Marshall JCM800 100w, it always does one way or another.
Sounds off-switch phase of the S-1 are interesting when its really clean (for walking on beds of strata, but that's not byzance compared to its standard Tele) or to clear a path in a large distortion. Trendy drive, I am often on the bridge pickup.
- Overall Opinion
- Basically, this Tele interested me for its unusual round, and I see a lot of upgrade. 2 weeks to rehearse and a concert later ... there remains much about those plans. The guitar is just the mechanical reliability. The pickups are good, but it can still be improved, and I think it will ultimately be my only amended. Kinman's, no doubt.
I always loved Telecasters mouths without ever finding one that suited me so far. So much so, that I got a guitar one day, who looked like (vaguely) a Butterscotch Blonde. In this case a Music Man Axis Sport (first model with pickguard). Since then I've got 5 others (and one she kept 2), and a Music Man EVH, and is a model maker on that basis. I had lots of Stratocaster (Fender, Schecter, Music Man Luke II, Blade), a PRS, and Gibson (Les Paul Standard, Gary Moore Signature - the real one, not the BFG) Bacchus, and often older vintages of loan quality (Gibson Stratocaster L Series). But one day I declared that I would never again buy a guitar over 1500 euros (the price of my Music Man 10 years ago), considering we had a pro guitar at this price without the fear of make a stripe lowering its value. In short, so far the best value I found was a Bacchus Duke Standard (LP) in okaz to 800 euros, that smokes all Les Paul U.S. base. And, sorry for the minority who do not find it, it was amazing value for money (to wonder whether the guys at Fender did not become crazy!)
I know what it's worth in absolute terms, but for RPIX amazing, I'll put a note of global opinion that I have put only once (for my number one, of course), namely 10/10. Whatever she feels tapas rather than the Sake or hamburgers. It sounds like I wanted, the rest is conjecture. I'd upgrade the pickups, but frankly, I could do without!
- Telecaster manufactured in Mexico by Fender's custom shop.
Channel Profile "V" Saddle, Saddle affects, 21 frets.
Type: Mechanical vintage (it's only for half an j'enlve canvas, it is too little specific on my taste, but it is a "classic player", so it logic).
The bridge is vintage also, therefore, three bridges, but bridges in brass if you flat!
Two micro "custom shop design," and they were very strong. Slecteur 4 or 6 position switch positions in the end.
Irreproachable finish on mine, but it seems it's pretty Ingala. In any case, all those I saw in stores always seem to me very well.
- # The handle is it pleasant?
The handle is carrment exceptional. It slips, blends the bends easily, hammer on and pull off too.
# The interface is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Super ergonomics: the guitar is lgre is accde easily treble.
# Gets it easy to sound good?
With the possibilities offered by the switch, he parat hard not to find his sound. For cons, the order Defines default is a bit boring. I will take time to change it, no doubt. * Are they suitable
- your style of music?
I play a bit of everything from reggae, blues, rock, funk, a little hard but I'm not a fan of heavy metal hyper saturated. This tv is super versatile, especially thanks to the possibilities offered by the switch and the selector. We just play with the bridge pickup, the microphone serious, both in series, in PARALLEL, reverse-phase ...
* With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
I played on a Marshall Valvestate 2000, but I'm now on a pass Blackheard HD15. It sends big sound! Ct effect, a TS9, a DS-1, a little delay, some reverb ... My config prefers guitar, reverb, amp.
- Overall Opinion
- I use since January 2010. Before buying, I tried a standard amricaine, and two strata (one mxicaine a amricaine). I finally opt for it. C'tait what it ... Excellent price quality ratio, but I think the price has increased since my purchase.
- Made in Mexico. Thomann bought new in Germany. (Guitar really cute for the price)
Easel typical first TVs with 3 brass saddles that hold two strings at once. 2 pickups (single coil) with various configs (6 different) for a pretty good versatility, even if the "character" Telecaster is predominant. 2 volume + tone pots, 1 switchable to switch out of phase in certain positions. I will speak more about the latest sounds.
The handle! I was not particularly familiar with this type of round handle end and intermediate (D or I've had quite a few scratches of medium or good quality but never before it, the telecaster) 21 boxes only. A shame but not rédibitoire. It is rather large but not exaggerated, type mapple neck, fairly easy to play without the cords and curl with a good finish Jolie playing comfort.
Mechanical type vintage. 3 years no problem tuning. This is good and it's pretty reliable (I had some doubts about it initially) on the other hand, or I do it like a game or so I have 2 left hands (That would be great for taping ...) but I find changing strings a bit boring and difficult. Once installed the said strings do not move, it is essential. I put 8 because: variety of sounds, fittings and finishes very correct, but of course there are better, but it's more expensive ...
- The handle is nice but not a motorway either, but really super playable and 3 years no adjustment was necessary. 21 frets I mentioned above. This can sometimes be frustrating when you want to reproduce a chorus that carries the handle to the limit of high frequencies. Otherwise it's not a problem. The access to acute precisely, I find consistent with a TV: Not exceptional, but not annoying. (I have rather small paws)
Weight quite small (especially compared to my Les Paul) no bevel to the body of the guitar (We saved the Vintage side) so obviously it titillates the coast unless there is some fat in belly, that helps the comfort. For griniettes like me, you live with it or so, put you in beer! In all cases, this relative lack of comfort is mitigated by the outstanding balance of the guitar. That day and night with a Les Paul played the leaning seat.
Sounds: As read in a previous comment, I use some sounds "off stage" that I too sour for my style of music. It is more suited, I think, to funk or heading putting together two microphones, one approaches a stratovolcano (Vaguement. ..) it's nice for a few arpeggios with a small chorus. Well personally I am not aficionado of these sounds out of phase. For the micro acute bugs! (I remain polite) PULLED it with or without distortion, you get your way easily within a group, equivalent to Db, of course. The two microphones are grouped very beautiful with or without a small chorus behind AC approaches the versatility of a Start (I have one too) even though it's still TV. The neck pickup is softer than the sleeve, but obviously more jazzy and less punchy. It can output sounds very disto streamers and me, I like it. Both pickups work well together. The last position side handle combines both pickups together: it looks like a hambucker or rather a P 90. Not bad in distal and provides services with an unusual versatility in a TV.
Big downside: I think I read somewhere: there are small problems crackling, more than breath elsewhere. Though I have all the compartments shielded microphones and pots, it makes him even including rytmiques, which is the primary function of a TV. This is still tolerable and may be due to my electrical system? However, my single coil Start moontée Noiseless or my Les Paul plugged into the same configuration remain totally silent ... Mystery or bad shielding the guitar (I did it myself conscientiously but I'm not a pro.) I stated because it can change the pickups, but it would be a shame because they are, in my view, very good (Made in USA). Also, I really the sound I was looking for buying this guitar and versatility not found on most other TV's. I turn therefore only 8 because the crackling noise I drunk in the long run.
- I said above all I thought the sounds: All right. I do not add anything.
I play mostly rock, blues, some jazz at the variety and psa rotten too if possible. Everything passes with equal success, but it's still a guitar for rock and blues. With a big distortion and coupling of position 1 (nearest the handle) can play in Hard or Metal. But I think it is better to have a Les Paul, an Ibanez or ESP for such ziq.
I do not play in groups. I do not play nearly so at home with a small amp Laney LC 15R tube that sounds good (for cheap) and many powerful enough to not inflate the neighbors. I have a pedal Boss ME 50: complete and sufficient to remove all kinds of sounds. Parenthetically, the guys who say that the BOSS distortion are shit, I would recommend a little "fingers" on the pots and they come out with sublime sounds good microphones guitars ...
- Overall Opinion
- I've had 3 1 / 2 years. Very nice guitar for those who like simple tools and a bit vintage. It is color "Blonde mapple" as the handle. I changed personnellemnt plate (Tortoise 3-ply, instead of black) when I ended up black plate a little too removed for my taste, by the blows of mediator. I think it's prettier, but that is personal! Anyway, it's really a nice guitar, that makes you want to play and even if one is not a "guitar hero" but a mere scratch amateur, it is really fun and it's not essential?
I Mets 9 / 10 despite my worries of "crackling". 30 years of practice, I have acquired and retained most often: 1 Yamaha Pacifica (fairly upscale) 1 Les Paul, an Epiphone Les Paul Black Strato 1 USA, 2 Ibanez (1 japan and korea 1) Well the guitar is on its foot in the middle of the show is ready to be played on TV. I think it's a sign! I do it again this election even with the caveats mentioned, especially for € 585 (Purchased at THOMANN) is a value priced above the average even if other brands also make great guitars for that price ... (It's amazing the progress achieved in 3 or 4 decades in this area and that's good for us players ...) I therefore strongly recommend this purchase. And viva la Musica!
- Super violin, despite the sometimes bad reputable Mexican fender of the body frne a pice is very pretty. It perceives as varnished blond finish. The handle has a V profile that will fit may be not everyone, it is more than some other profiles pais. Habitus acoustic guitars are not.
The configuration of pickups is really great.
The good qualities are: Mechanical and take VERY good agreement. This guitar deserves, however, may be a rglage a specialist in, I had a problem with an E string that frieze.
- The handle may seem a little pais, but it is very comfortable, especially if one has the habit of having your thumb on its side of the handle.
When comfort General for guitar is a tl if you do not like the others, you will not like it l!
To borrow a notice mentioning Previous parasites, I had the use of live such problem, I have resolutely in shielding the interior of the housing with knobs Scotch mtalliques: more noise or hum ...
- Plug it, you'll be surprised! The setup is a bit unusual on a tl slecteur with 4 positions, which in addition to the classic combinations gives you two microphones in the CASC series, plus a switch that puts the pickups out of phase, which gives 6 sounds in all. There's something for all tastes.
The bridge pickup slams his tl classic, and sought not very good, the neck pickup has a huge dynamic sound with meaty crunch in Lger intressant.
Note the correct balance between the two microphones.
The 2 pickups in series give you the impression of playing a double (almost). If you play Knob in shade you will have access to many sounds. I like the sounds less out of phase, but everyone's tastes. Note that activating the switch in neck pickup position, changes the sound too much like that position.
Probably less comfortable in large loadings (not my thing), it can really deliver on its clear, with a potato hell!
I use it in rhythm, and dmnage.
- Overall Opinion
- I love this guitar, which seems to be related quality price. I have my old habits with amricaine tl, and the little Mexican has nothing to envy. With its many sounds, it is very versatile. Tl lovers will be thrilled for a small price.
I do not spare me more!