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Fender Special Edition Custom Telecaster FMT HH
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Fender Special Edition Custom Telecaster FMT HH

TLC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Telecaster series.

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foreign devil on the silk road foreign devil on the silk road
Publié le 08/07/10 à 04:01
made in korea but I agree with previous review, very nice violin. mine still has a slight defect on the binding of the handle, nothing bad ...
set neck gibson way, a pure delight ...


UTILIZATION

very comfortable to play guitar, very light with its already a very full load, it makes everything feel like plugging Desuite

SOUNDS

Ideal for rock, blues, gibson sound is very distinctive, which eventually hinder me in the long run (it's not a telecaster les paul!) as a result I replaced the original saymour duncan by Rio Grande Big Bottom Set (+ crunchbox punchbox) for a more typed texas potato and monstrous! Interestingly, I also unplugged tone (I thought the volume pot) original ineffective!) I am now completely satisfied with the sound!

OVERALL OPINION

superguitare I love it especially with the Rio Grande, a few reservations about the quality of electronic components, but it's easily changed! at this price of true happiness
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