This Telecaster was made in Mexico.
The bridge is fixed with a jumper by rope.
The neck has 21 frets and is maple and the key (yum).
The pickups are Tex Mex Special. Must admit, it's really not bad. Not as good as the U.S., but it's really good cam.
A classic selector 5 positions.
1 volume knob and 1 volume pot of general overall tone.
A flat, the guitars are factory mounted in 9-42 ... ouch that is soft but soft!
The handle is very nice.
Access to acute is correct, what is a Telecaster!
She is not heavy, I was expecting much more cumbersome for a Tele. I owned a U.S. Std and Deluxe Nashville and this one is lightweight next:]
It's perfect for my style of music I'm using it for all that is funky rhythm , groovy, blues and rock 'n' roll. Hard for the big rock and the task that I have the Les Paul Std:]
I have not specifically played every position but all the strats or tele I've had, I did not play the positions Neck / Middle and Bridge / Bridge ... it's enough for me.
I was pleasantly surprised by the tone of the guitar ... I made it sound ouahou mess! It sounds Telecaster or Stratocaster, or both ... it's great that I've hated Strats! From the first chord, my group of associates were also on the ass ...
For the price, it's really perfect, I did not ask for more and I was surprised by the sound quality.
Despite an 8 position for Middle Bridge, despite its atypical Start, we feel that he lacks a bit of fishing when he should start "buggers".
I bought it on DV247 eyes closed. I sold a G & L Legacy USA to buy this one ... (Yes you read me right). Too vintage for me, I could not make it sound to its fair value.
I owned a U.S. Std ... I really regret selling and a Deluxe Nashville Power ... a really good guitar but also below the Blackout.
The price / quality ratio is excellent, I do not regret my purchase.