Fender American Telecaster HH [2005-2006]
Fender American Telecaster HH [2005-2006]

American Telecaster HH [2005-2006], TLC-Shaped Guitar from Fender in the Telecaster series.

iamqman 09/15/2011

Fender American Telecaster HH [2005-2006] : iamqman's user review

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One thing I love about the fender telecaster is it simple and yet to fine beauty and tone. Nothing much has changed since first introduction to the music world 60+ years ago except for some few minor tweaks here and there but overall it's still remains to be a classic and heavily used guitar in the world. It has two single coil pick ups one volume control, one tone control knob, and the simple pickup selector and there isn't much more basic as far as guitar features and options under a Telecaster. It's a very easy guitar and a perfect balance guitar as well. Overall this is a very fun guitar if you play any kind I clean music country music, pop, or rock music. It has a soulful sound in you can really hear the nice tone within the instrument.


Generally these guitars are made of ash wood and maple necks and sometimes you can find them in alder wood or swamp ash body . They're pretty light in nature and generally I've never seen one in a mahogany wood or anything of a warm body would. This gives a very snappy attack very focused tone which is why many country players will pick up guitar over other guitars.


These guitars work in any setting in any amplifier that you use. If you use a high gain amplifier then it is going to be a mild tone overall and not very thick and saturated. If you have a clean amplifier such as a Fender twin reverb or fender Princeton amplifier then this guitar is really good match with those amps. I like to use this guitar with a fender Hot Rod Deluxe amplifier and a good overdrive pedal such as an Ibanez tube screamer and a nice digital or analog delay. Run those pedals with this guitar you can get some great sonic tones. If you play anything from indie rock to pop rock or even hard rock then this is going to be a great setting for your rig for that style of music.


I have to recommends this guitars because they're such a versatile guitar with a very defined in unique sound. Have a unique sustaining and just a unique fuel overall. The neck is a very thin neck but not quite as thin as an Ibanez guitar neck. Is a very snappy quick feeling across the neck and fretboard so is good for riffing soloing and lead line playing. You can find these in the use market very easily because there's a lot of them out there. If you have a chance to pick one up I highly recommended.