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  • James P PageJames P Page

    Fender Limited Edition '70 Telecaster LH JapanPublished on 11/20/06 at 08:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Japan
    ash body (very beautiful veining) maple neck maple fingerboard
    21 frets .... handle any end to the radius slightly rounded ... not for shredders, but very comfortable ...
    vintage white color (apparent veining) lacquer polyurethane
    2 micro tele
    3 vintage bridge saddles

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is nickel .... it is super balanced Superlightweight superb violin ...

    ergonomics: it's not an ibanez ... but after years of scratching, I go back to basics ... good vintage and I must say that I am in love with the scraper

    SOUNDS

    This shovel it can do everything ... jazz blues rock hard 70's type etc.

    saturations are round thin hot ... for all the soun…
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    Made in Japan
    ash body (very beautiful veining) maple neck maple fingerboard
    21 frets .... handle any end to the radius slightly rounded ... not for shredders, but very comfortable ...
    vintage white color (apparent veining) lacquer polyurethane
    2 micro tele
    3 vintage bridge saddles

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is nickel .... it is super balanced Superlightweight superb violin ...

    ergonomics: it's not an ibanez ... but after years of scratching, I go back to basics ... good vintage and I must say that I am in love with the scraper

    SOUNDS

    This shovel it can do everything ... jazz blues rock hard 70's type etc.

    saturations are round thin hot ... for all the sounds I like either the tele or gibson les paul but I confess that I have a weakness for the tele Crunch

    Amp: Orange Tiny Terror or Vox AD60 VT

    the pickups are very nice (it's not the custom shop of course) the twang tone is there on the bridge pickup ... and the neck pickup for hot blues

    I tell you I love

    OVERALL OPINION

    6 months I have

    highly complementary to my other guitars and especially the LP

    Exceptional value for money (€ 879) and the violin is really japanese nickel (wood sublime, RAS connections, beautiful translucent varnish)

    more than it is for us and it is limited edition ...

    I am also tried a standard tele .... japan's not be ashamed ...

    I was rather gibson and ben ... scratch that made me love the tele

    Please feel is that of happiness
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