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Fender Telecaster & Stratocaster Neck / Manche
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Fender Telecaster & Stratocaster Neck / Manche

Guitar neck from Fender .

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"Fender Mexican Telecaster"

Fender Telecaster & Stratocaster Neck / ManchePublié le 08/01/04 à 15:00
I was looking for an american standard tele and I tried a couple of them but was not satisfied, so just out of curiosity I asked the dealer to hand me a mexican one hanging on the shop.That guitar was nearly perfect so I buyed it for about U$ 500, nearly half the price of an american at Fender,Santiago-Chile.

As I said before the guitar was perfect except for the pick-ups so I changed them for a couple of Vintage Tele.
This is a very refined guitar and you can see it in it's finish and construction as a whole.It reminds me of those vintage telecasters 'cause it has those vintage frets and allows a comfortable low action.
It makes me remember that Fender workers in the fifties were......
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I was looking for an american standard tele and I tried a couple of them but was not satisfied, so just out of curiosity I asked the dealer to hand me a mexican one hanging on the shop.That guitar was nearly perfect so I buyed it for about U$ 500, nearly half the price of an american at Fender,Santiago-Chile.

As I said before the guitar was perfect except for the pick-ups so I changed them for a couple of Vintage Tele.
This is a very refined guitar and you can see it in it's finish and construction as a whole.It reminds me of those vintage telecasters 'cause it has those vintage frets and allows a comfortable low action.
It makes me remember that Fender workers in the fifties were nearly all mexicans and I feel great respect for them.

Well as I said before, the pick-ups are no good and I changed them.
The mate finish on the neck looks rather cheap so I polished it to a more shiny look.

Construction is impecable.Perfect alignment,
nice fret job and you can set it up to your taste with very little work.

Congratulations to Fender Mexico 'cause they're doing a very dedicated work.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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"Fender Mexican Telecaster"

Fender Telecaster & Stratocaster Neck / ManchePublié le 06/08/04 à 15:00
I recently wanted to upgrade from my Squire Affinity Telecaster and am a big fan of Led Zeppelin so I thought why not a Telecaster? I purchased this guitar for $300 at a local guitar center.

This is a beautiful guitar. The maple neck provides quick slides up and down the fretboard. The neck pickup can go from deep muddy Metallica like sounds, to the still muddy but a little more tonal sounds of say... Muddy Waters. The bridge pickup has a great twang for Zeppelin style playing and country style licks.

This unit is a little heavy. I would of licked a different nut but I can always upgrade.

This unit feels nicely put together and is absolutely beatiful. It definately could take a......
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I recently wanted to upgrade from my Squire Affinity Telecaster and am a big fan of Led Zeppelin so I thought why not a Telecaster? I purchased this guitar for $300 at a local guitar center.

This is a beautiful guitar. The maple neck provides quick slides up and down the fretboard. The neck pickup can go from deep muddy Metallica like sounds, to the still muddy but a little more tonal sounds of say... Muddy Waters. The bridge pickup has a great twang for Zeppelin style playing and country style licks.

This unit is a little heavy. I would of licked a different nut but I can always upgrade.

This unit feels nicely put together and is absolutely beatiful. It definately could take a beating, and I don't see it having any problems anytime soon.

This is a quality guitar for an intermediate player. There are so many tonal possibilities, this guitar could be used for almost any style of play. 4 stars!

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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"Fender Mexican Telecaster"

Fender Telecaster & Stratocaster Neck / ManchePublié le 05/17/03 à 15:00
Traded a bass amp and 100.00 . Equal to 300.00 or so.

Beautiful wood and slick finish. Great action. Solid feel. Easy to play. 5 way switch adds much to the realm of tones. Sounds great just like a tele. should.

Little on the heavy side.

Totally perfect. Must have got lucky on this one from what I hear about fender quality control.

Just as good as any other tele. ever made no matter what the price. Rated a 4 due to weight.

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"Fender Mexican Telecaster"

Fender Telecaster & Stratocaster Neck / ManchePublié le 02/03/03 à 15:00
After trying this a few times in the local guitar shop, I went for it. It was £250 - about $375.

It's fantastically well built, solid as a rock and sounds wonderful when distorted - whether that's with the full Marshall grunt, or a trebly rhythm sound. It's tremendously easy to play too.

Clean sounds aren't it's forte, unless you're going for that back pickup rockabily twang, in which case it's brilliant. Also, putting the selector in the middle position delivers some beautiful blues tones. It's mainly in the strummety-strum area that the front pickup sounds, well, strumety-strum. The best thing to do, then, is avoid strummety-strumming it.

Perfect. First class construction, a......
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After trying this a few times in the local guitar shop, I went for it. It was £250 - about $375.

It's fantastically well built, solid as a rock and sounds wonderful when distorted - whether that's with the full Marshall grunt, or a trebly rhythm sound. It's tremendously easy to play too.

Clean sounds aren't it's forte, unless you're going for that back pickup rockabily twang, in which case it's brilliant. Also, putting the selector in the middle position delivers some beautiful blues tones. It's mainly in the strummety-strum area that the front pickup sounds, well, strumety-strum. The best thing to do, then, is avoid strummety-strumming it.

Perfect. First class construction, a beautifully smooth, comfortable neck, solid pots and pickups - it couldn't be better. Since the day I got it I've found it incredibly reliable.

This is no gorgeous vintage model, nor is it a high-tech plank-spanker's dream. But for the money, it's incredibly good value - and an incredibly good guitar. Sure, you can't do anything and everything with it, but nobody's invented that guitar yet. If you want to play Zeppelin in your bedroom, or you want to crank out the blues in your local boozer, this is the chap for you.

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  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Telecaster & Stratocaster Neck / Manche
  • Category: Guitar necks
  • Added in our database on: 04/29/2012

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