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Fender American Standard Telecaster [2008-2012]
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Fender American Standard Telecaster [2008-2012]
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« Fender American Standard Telecaster »

Published on 08/04/01 at 15:00
I bougth this guitar in buenos aires in ¨romulo garcia¨ .
I´ve paid $1100 for it.
I acquired this axe because i needed a very versatile guitar for playing any style and for it´s incredible sound and playlabillity.

The best of this telecaster i thik , is the Maple neck (shape & wood) Because it is so easy to play whit.
The other thing is the pickups, Delta Tone that give that incredible clean, shiny fender sound, and they can also create the most fat distorted tones for rocking hard.
Don´t forget the body wood (alder) and the incredible shaller machine heads.

MMM it´s hard to find bad things about it.
And i also pay it very low for my country, so...
You can´t play jazz whit it ,but i don´t care so much!!!

The finish is exellent and the colour is great(brilliant red) and the neck and frets are perfectly assembled.

It´s one of the best industry standars and it is a fender!!!
no more to say...

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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