Fender Classic '69 Telecaster Thinline
Fender Classic '69 Telecaster Thinline

Classic '69 Telecaster Thinline, TLC-Shaped Guitar from Fender in the Classic series.

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
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tom808's review"Amazing Guitar"

Fender Classic '69 Telecaster Thinline
USA made semi hollow body, telecasters are know for their bright sound so adding semi hollow body to it adds more of a character to it. Has a Mahagony body, one piece maple neck, Two vintage-style single coil Tele pickups with alnico magnet, Vintage-style 3-saddle strings thru-body Tele bridge, has a volume and tone knobs, 3 position pickup switch, it has 21 frets i prefer 22.


The guitar is beautiful and comfortable in terms of use i gigged around with it never had any problems, knobs are easy to reach, neck feels great more on the rounded side. The guitar is not heavy compare to Gibsons, has beautiful f holes, makes it stand out on stage. Pick ups are good for the Tele sound i never had any problems with them and never was in need of switching them out. Anybody can get a nice tone out of the tele.


With this tele i like to play rather soft music or rock n roll type if you wanted to use it for harder music like metal you would have to switch out the pick ups and put in EMG's or symour duncans to give it the hard grungy sound. But this stock tele is super clean more on the brighter sound but i always enjoyed the sound and the looks of them over the strat guitars tele has more character for me personally. I use my tele with a fender blues jr which is a perfect combination for the softer blues sound the amp has some power to it. I produce a lot of pop mainstream rock music and this tele is perfect for it, i also have a Gibson Lespaul its a big difference since the Gibson has a darker tone and can be more on the heavy side but still blends in with clean genres.


My favorite thing about the tele it has its own sound to it that no other guitar can recreate, the value is fair for the quality guitar. I tested many guitars and theres many other good guitars which i love but if you want that blues crisp sound you need this tele. I have been a fan of these guitars and i will always recommend them.

Altayor's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I love"

Fender Classic '69 Telecaster Thinline
Mexican, 22 frets, vintage-style Fender bridge


Adjustable handle heel, so thinline lightly. A very flashy due to its two single pickups.


A very flashy due to its two single pickups. Played with marschall 30W amp and Fender Deluxe 30W lamps. It is with the latter that makes it better. Used to funk, soul, blues and rock.


choice again without hesitation. I play every Friday.

jufar's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fender Classic '69 Telecaster Thinline
Made in japan (japan recall that a smooth finish can be better than the first US price ...)

"It is the repetition of a tlcaster original had some success the era: the mahogany body is hollow and the table has a hearing in f. The plate t change a protection but still electronic identique.le Saddle handle is attached to a traditional Manir, profile and round asses little pais, the varnish is glossy but still late. The 21 frets are small and provide a prcise intonation, the radius is 7, 25. "
Mcaniques are the oil bath and the bridge has only three bridges.
The pickups are those of the standard TL, nanmoins the prsence a case of rsonnance profondment modifies the grain:
the sound takes on a beautiful scale and an enjoyable warmth in the bass and lower midrange. "


[I ]"... rsonnance the Fund gives another dimension to the microphone that allows serious finesse and beautiful as long as you play with a certain sweetness.
The Russianness is less obvious with the micro acute because it lacks teeth and does not rellements incisive lines. But perhaps is it more of the microphone that the violin ..."[ / i]


In big fan of Radiohead, Jeff Buckley and Tlcaster, I was filled with this guitar for 8 years. (And yes dj ...)
of a mesa-boogie peavey, she never of the kind of guitar that you change your prior on the dilemma US / JAPAN / MEXICO ....
Article Press cit above about this guitar is the instrument Fidler, even if I would be less than they STRID the micro acute, although it can rgl to find a snapping sound (and I have never changed micro!)


It's been eight years since I rde this skyscraper, and I'm glad trs, one snag for me, found on several tls is the connection Systm the jack which, by its mtallique spare washer, can sometimes have a little play .. but the I Motes.
I leave this nice article from an old "music test" special tl conclude:
"A look that always pleases, a violin that comes out of the tlcaster their regular occupation. The sounds are large and show a good heat but do not have much bite. Will be useful for those who have a game quite mild and nuanced " ... Like me;)