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  • deltatonedeltatone

    Fender Custom Shop Custom Classic TelecasterPublished on 02/26/06 at 10:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,

    I possde a color of 2001 "honey blonde."

    She is beautiful: C round profile, 22 frets, Saddle Mouchet in with a rosewood fingerboard pretty clear, translucent, revealing varnished wood frame: beautiful work of US Fender CS.
    It is very well finished, comfortable trs.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs. We arrive to enter into agreements using the thumb mm without hand glove.

    Access in acute is properly: like a Fender with a square heel ... This is not what is the best but it's still playable trs.

    It is a remarkable guitar lgre Start over I and I have had.

    It is the original team of Texas Special. Sound, but enough polyvallent same with Texas - but that …
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    Hello,

    I possde a color of 2001 "honey blonde."

    She is beautiful: C round profile, 22 frets, Saddle Mouchet in with a rosewood fingerboard pretty clear, translucent, revealing varnished wood frame: beautiful work of US Fender CS.
    It is very well finished, comfortable trs.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs. We arrive to enter into agreements using the thumb mm without hand glove.

    Access in acute is properly: like a Fender with a square heel ... This is not what is the best but it's still playable trs.

    It is a remarkable guitar lgre Start over I and I have had.

    It is the original team of Texas Special. Sound, but enough polyvallent same with Texas - but that ds but a bit of crunch, it is a happiness.

    SOUNDS

    For me playing the blues, some rock, is happiness.
    I enjoy doing even a little funk or jazz or even country music ...

    The microphone goes from serious trs or more mellow blues and rock with the crunch with saturation.
    The micro lens is sharp as any playable trs. He has hope twang.
    Intermdiaire position is typical.

    The Tone of potentiomtre can really transform the sound of each position to find the sought-its.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had the opportunity to try several Tele: reissue '52, '51 Relic, vintage custom 72 ... trs honntement mine is a bomb: she is super nice Saddle Mouchet-handle with a rosewood fingerboard, clear enough, well finished, comfortable trs; sound but rather with the same polyvallent Texas - but that ds but a bit of crunch, it is a happiness.

    Trs honntement, I do not spare.

    The only other that really silent sduit the Relic '51: a handle fantastic and sound. But on a vintage you can have the same His Tele without pay as, but you will not have the same round.

    If you have the opportunity to buy one, it's a good investment: Do not you tire of it.
    I must say I bought my CS with the price of a standard US ... At this price I did not have the right to pass ct!

    Good jam,
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  • tHom'tHom'

    Fender Custom Shop Custom Classic TelecasterPublished on 01/15/08 at 07:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fender Custom Shop 2005 U.S., flamed maple neck ash body color "honey blonde" translucent reveals the grain of wood.
    One volume knob, one tone control, a selector 4 positions:
    Neck pickup, bridge pickup, two pickups in parallel, two pickups in series.
    Channel C "beefy".
    The perfect finish possible.
    Supplied with certificate of blablabla, flycase a super high-end and some gadgets: 4 picks (youpee), a strap not practical (but then not really practical) and a cloth to clean.

    UTILIZATION

    To be clear, if you love the sleeves are ultra thin and followers of "dégueulandos" notes non-stop, you'll find it too big.
    For others, the handle is insane and ultra-comfortable, especia…
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    Fender Custom Shop 2005 U.S., flamed maple neck ash body color "honey blonde" translucent reveals the grain of wood.
    One volume knob, one tone control, a selector 4 positions:
    Neck pickup, bridge pickup, two pickups in parallel, two pickups in series.
    Channel C "beefy".
    The perfect finish possible.
    Supplied with certificate of blablabla, flycase a super high-end and some gadgets: 4 picks (youpee), a strap not practical (but then not really practical) and a cloth to clean.

    UTILIZATION

    To be clear, if you love the sleeves are ultra thin and followers of "dégueulandos" notes non-stop, you'll find it too big.
    For others, the handle is insane and ultra-comfortable, especially for rhythm.
    Access to all of the boxes is done easily, and it sounds. The access to the latest box is of course somewhat limited by the heel.
    Very good ergonomics (this is a Telecaster, so no cutting "big belly") and weight is good.
    The sound is impeccable, unless your amp is rotten, of course;)

    SOUNDS

    This is my main guitar, I play on an Orange Rocker 30 and a handful of effects and I'm look great.
    I play mostly in style blues / rock / funk / soul.
    It goes without saying that the Tele is THE guitar for playing country music.
    I go from a smooth jazz sound typified rock rhythm, greasy or her typical tele no problem.
    This is a guitar of both typical and versatile, it's not for nothing that it is a guitar legend and much used in so many different styles ...
    So big big sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year and while I like it.
    I had another tele earlier stages, a classic U.S. in 1991, and the difference in quality is undeniable.
    My favorite guitar in both sound, comfort aspect of the game
    There's no denying it, the Custom Shop is the highest quality.
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