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Fender Classic Player Baja Telecaster
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Fender Classic Player Baja Telecaster
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Anonymous
Published on 08/05/07 at 01:50
Value For Money : Excellent
It&#39;s a Fender Mexican (up Submitted plutt has made me fly!) Is the classic SERIES player, whose finish is excellent: good rglage, coupling sleeve and perfect body , stick a pice covered with a beautiful and comfortable varnish, visible body made up of little pice (translucent lacquer of my vintage blonde can be seen).

The microphone configuration which I have not really been around is as follows, two custom shop (it&#39;s not marketing, there are REALLY on the REFERENCE MODELS custom shop 2000 / Euro 3000 is an asset of the Baja):

4-Position Blade Switch and 2-Position Push / Push S-1:
S-1 Switch Up:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup
Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups (In Parallel)
Position 3. Neck Pickup (Standard Tele)
Position 4. Neck and Bridge Pickups (In Series) (Fatter Tone Than Position 2. And More Output Than Position 1., 2., Or 3.)
S-1 Switch Down:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup
Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups (In Parallel)-Out of Phase
Position 3. Neck Pickup (Standard Tele)
Position 4. Neck and Bridge Pickups (In Series) Out of Phase

Drout is a bit to end up with an electronic as flexible on a tele (8 sounds!). They are exploitable and e in the spirit Fender.

The handle has a V-shaped shallow enough I find it perfect, as comfortable as on my Start Plus Deluxe.
The bridge is one of the original rplique (50/60 &#39;s), I have a priori on the DJ because I had two American Series with the reliable bridge bridges indpendant 6. For now I have not noticed any default (it is perfectly rgl.

Finally, mcaniques are vintage style, the same as for chavalet if I will make a move too small change Schaller / Fender, but for now I am surprised enjoyable.

UTILIZATION

Channel enjoyable trs, trs Fender I am, so no surprise that ct l. Access in acute is enough for me, I am more gimmick that riff and solo ...

The guitar is trslgre, wood is certainly not dense trs is not a Les Paul any fawn, but all the same thundering. It is more than lgre American Series, I will not be tonn the economy will be made this ct l. At the same time, when you empty the cheek, it sounds really good dj.

EDIT. NOTICE + 10 days: in fact it was a normal weight while, it seemed trslgre, more than my Start, but it is not so strong that eventually. APRS prcise observation, I see no assemblage of wood, not possible to know if there are 1.2 or 3 pices of wood. In any case the beautiful veining is regretting the absence of a sunburst finish on the MODEL.

Ergonomics? Well, it&#39;s not a tele a stratum, then for small containers is less comfortable ...
Do you get a good sound easy? Well, although we easily obtain a good sound package! It is the strength of this guitar, the sound palette is amazing, it&#39;s a real little muse Fender!

SOUNDS

The sounds are trs INTERESTED, there are two large families of sounds: sounds typical standard tele neck / center / ct an easel and the other sounds atypical Fender trs on a Tele, the type pais velvety lace sensor (clapton), sounds creuss the Mark Knopfler, sound and dry Troit the Robert Cray, and then finally sounds in the vein of my keith be "hard riff" trs east vintage Tele.

Excellent crunch on my Fender Blues Junior, in comparison with the American Series pickups, it is suprieur, there are many teeth, a slap and crunch. Trs good output level, a pure delight. A vintage 30 2x12 JCM 2000, it is always perfect, though some positions seek trs channel 3 in distortion. In clear and sounds by pushing the reverb of the Fender with the arpges Mogwai is full, trs Dfine with a grain structure (many characters).

Actually, I think they are the best pickups I&#39;ve ever had on a Fender!

EDIT. NOTICE + 15 days: the pickups are still patants! But I must return partiellemnt on what I said, APRS comparison, I note that the output gain is less than lev modern microphones. APRS INVESTIGATION, I confirem these microphones is to approach the conus t CHARACTERISTICS 52 Tele pickups. That&#39;s why they gain less strong than the standard US microphones, however, they have much more grain and nuances.

This is the highlight of this guitar, it sounds to the Manir MODELS "ags", once the use of volume and tonal oprante trs, unlike modern productions (like my Start Plus) that sound "while the bottom."

With the Blues Junior, I push the gain to half of the sound is clear overdrive with just the game of pots of Baja and the attack on mdiator. This is my guitar Premire of this type, and I must say it is beautiful!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for three months.

What I like most: the look, the microphones, the trs lctronique soft touch on the price (585 euros in tho ...).

What I like least: the made in mexico (ie psychological), the strings are original trs "standard".

I had two American Series in the past (note: never sell a good guitar), I test the Koa that I find such a good trs trs diffrent, Highway 2 The Mexican standard is so-so, blah ...

The ratio quality price is excellent.

It perfectly complte set my guitar and my Blues Junior.

NOTICE AFTER MORE THAN A MONTH

Well, aprsrglage, change the bridge saddles for a 6 American Series, and change strings Ernie Ball 10/46, it is perfect. This is by far the best guitar I had (US Fender Start std, more deluxe, Fender Tele US std, mustang). It allows a lot of things with a good amp lamps, all done mdiator and pots, it&#39;s a real instrument.

Ah yes, little rctification: 8 positions, but six sounds (and sacred sounds)
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