- Made in Mexico
- Body: Alder
- Neck: Maple, Modern "C" Shape, (Satin Polyurethane Finish)
- Fingerboard: Rosewood and Maple
- Frets: 21 Medium Jumbo Frets
- Tuners: Vintage Style
- Pickups: 2 Tex Mex Tele Pickups (Neck and Bridge), 1 Tex Mex Start Pickup (Middle)
- 5-way switch, Special "Strat-o-Tone" switching:
- Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
The handle is worthy of a Fender, very nice and very accurate. It is quite fluid and be just to all styles. While not perfect shredder handle, even when it is to play fast and solos.
Can be accessed without too much inconvenience to the 21 boxes. The guitar is medium weight, just right. The body is that of a telecaster, but more comfortable, fairly thick and the edges rather prominent.
The vintage mechanical type heads are very easy, accurate. The bridge is not against by high quality, rust is not fast enough and great finish.
This is a really versatile guitar, without suit styles "extreme" (trashmetal, hardcore ,...) she feels at home anywhere.
The audio is also versatile, thanks to microphones, the lipstick is very shiny and smooth, typical fender, microphones strats do not lack brilliance. If the preferred domain is the clear sound, it does very well in distortion. Obviously it has no gain, all the microphones being single coils.
Basically, one more for the lipstick and the versatility of sound. A 9 is required.
This is not (as many guitars that I had to pay) mine, but I tried it many times, it's a great guitar, I do aps too personal style Tele but even when I was seduced by its charm in its clear and its versatility (I did not suspect for a Fender Tele).
Ultimately, an 8 overall, which would have been a 9 if the bridge was not so shabby compared to the rest of the guitar.