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Fender Classic Player Baja Telecaster
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  • The most beautiful gift

    Fender Classic Player Baja TelecasterPublished on 10/16/10 at 09:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Telecaster manufactured in Mexico by Fender's custom shop.
    Channel Profile "V" Saddle, Saddle affects, 21 frets.
    Type: Mechanical vintage (it's only for half an j'enlve canvas, it is too little specific on my taste, but it is a "classic player", so it logic).
    The bridge is vintage also, therefore, three bridges, but bridges in brass if you flat!
    Two micro "custom shop design," and they were very strong. Slecteur 4 or 6 position switch positions in the end.
    Irreproachable finish on mine, but it seems it's pretty Ingala. In any case, all those I saw in stores always seem to me very well.

    UTILIZATION

    # The handle is it pleasant?
    The handle is carrment exceptional. It slips, blends......
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    Telecaster manufactured in Mexico by Fender's custom shop.
    Channel Profile "V" Saddle, Saddle affects, 21 frets.
    Type: Mechanical vintage (it's only for half an j'enlve canvas, it is too little specific on my taste, but it is a "classic player", so it logic).
    The bridge is vintage also, therefore, three bridges, but bridges in brass if you flat!
    Two micro "custom shop design," and they were very strong. Slecteur 4 or 6 position switch positions in the end.
    Irreproachable finish on mine, but it seems it's pretty Ingala. In any case, all those I saw in stores always seem to me very well.

    UTILIZATION

    # The handle is it pleasant?
    The handle is carrment exceptional. It slips, blends the bends easily, hammer on and pull off too.
    # The interface is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    Super ergonomics: the guitar is lgre is accde easily treble.
    # Gets it easy to sound good?
    With the possibilities offered by the switch, he parat hard not to find his sound. For cons, the order Defines default is a bit boring. I will take time to change it, no doubt. * Are they suitable

    SOUNDS

    your style of music?
    I play a bit of everything from reggae, blues, rock, funk, a little hard but I'm not a fan of heavy metal hyper saturated. This tv is super versatile, especially thanks to the possibilities offered by the switch and the selector. We just play with the bridge pickup, the microphone serious, both in series, in PARALLEL, reverse-phase ...
    * With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    I played on a Marshall Valvestate 2000, but I'm now on a pass Blackheard HD15. It sends big sound! Ct effect, a TS9, a DS-1, a little delay, some reverb ... My config prefers guitar, reverb, amp.


    OVERALL OPINION

    I use since January 2010. Before buying, I tried a standard amricaine, and two strata (one mxicaine a amricaine). I finally opt for it. C'tait what it ... Excellent price quality ratio, but I think the price has increased since my purchase.
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  • Almost Strat-Sounding Neck Pickup for Telecasters

    Fender Classic Player Baja TelecasterPublished on 09/19/10 at 16:49
    This is a custom-made Telecaster pickup, one that is not readily available in every Telecaster on its own. It is made by Fender's Custom shop, so it isn't mass produced. They are only available in certain guitars, they are not sold regularly, which makes them difficult to find. I was lucky enough that somebody pointed this out to me when it was in a really cheap Baja Tele.
    This particular model is only for the neck pickup, as they haven't made it for a bridge pickup yet (probably because there isn't a demand for one.) I tried it because I heard that it sounds more like a Strat pickup, and I wasn't particularly thrilled with my own neck pickup on my Tele. So I tried it out to see what......
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    This is a custom-made Telecaster pickup, one that is not readily available in every Telecaster on its own. It is made by Fender's Custom shop, so it isn't mass produced. They are only available in certain guitars, they are not sold regularly, which makes them difficult to find. I was lucky enough that somebody pointed this out to me when it was in a really cheap Baja Tele.
    This particular model is only for the neck pickup, as they haven't made it for a bridge pickup yet (probably because there isn't a demand for one.) I tried it because I heard that it sounds more like a Strat pickup, and I wasn't particularly thrilled with my own neck pickup on my Tele. So I tried it out to see what happens.
    I researched and found that this pickup uses bigger magnets and has longer magnet rods than a typical Tele pickup, which helps explain the difference in sound.
    After getting it wired at my local shop (I am really not that good at doing the wiring on my own), I brought it home to check it out on my Fender Twin. I immediately noticed that it was a lot clearer than my original Tele neck pickup was. I liked this a lot. It was definitely similar to a Strat in terms of tone, it has warmth as well as a clarity about it that the Tele didn't. The original Tele pickup was definitely muddier overall.
    Right now, I can't decide whether I like this pickup more than the old one. I have a Strat, so I'm not sure I really needed my Tele to sound more like one, too. I like having the option of switching between a Tele Bridge and a Strat Neck pickup, but I can't decide if I wouldn't have been happier with the original Pickups.
    Either way, it's a great pickup, one that it is rather different for telecasters, so I'd recommend checking it out if it sounds appealing to you.
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