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TLC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Telecaster series

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  • SibophoneSibophone

    Fender Joe Strummer TelecasterPublished on 04/27/08 at 06:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fender Telecaster made in Mexico. Vintage microphones identical to USD. Alnico magnets.
    Fittings aged very successful, the reliquage appeal to some, others not ... 21 vintage frets (very fine, quite nice). Three bridges bridge (intonation setting forces a little rough). C handle end, thin and light guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    Light guitar, comfortable handle. Slamming his typical sound as the amp.
    Ergonomics standard.

    SOUNDS

    The first real telecaster that I had the opportunity to try. The sound is typical, it snaps, it's tsouing-tsouing! The pickups sound great on my fender hotrod deluxe.
    Perfect for rock, reggae, rock, blues and more ... (What's a telecaster ...)

    O…
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    Fender Telecaster made in Mexico. Vintage microphones identical to USD. Alnico magnets.
    Fittings aged very successful, the reliquage appeal to some, others not ... 21 vintage frets (very fine, quite nice). Three bridges bridge (intonation setting forces a little rough). C handle end, thin and light guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    Light guitar, comfortable handle. Slamming his typical sound as the amp.
    Ergonomics standard.

    SOUNDS

    The first real telecaster that I had the opportunity to try. The sound is typical, it snaps, it's tsouing-tsouing! The pickups sound great on my fender hotrod deluxe.
    Perfect for rock, reggae, rock, blues and more ... (What's a telecaster ...)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tried a lot of US telecaster and I was always disappointed (guitars too heavy, too big, decked out in a sound way) when I tried it I bought it without hesitation. I find it perfect, the famous twang is finally mine!
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  • big red machinebig red machine

    Fender Joe Strummer TelecasterPublished on 01/06/10 at 10:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is the first relic fender made in mexico. Caratérisques for the Fender site is very well done, but it's a '66 telecaster therefore nothing new. It exists only in Rosewood Custom Road Worn and FINISHING. The aim was to reproduce the first Joe Strummer Telecaster, a '66 sunburst tele was originally painted and then coarsely bomb. I am fortunate to own one of the 1500 first model that is to say with the custom kit. With a little courage (I admit that my tv with paint bombs at me somewhat worried but I am reaching a perfect result so if I got there, it is widely feasible <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" /> ) The appearance is really pus…
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    It is the first relic fender made in mexico. Caratérisques for the Fender site is very well done, but it's a '66 telecaster therefore nothing new. It exists only in Rosewood Custom Road Worn and FINISHING. The aim was to reproduce the first Joe Strummer Telecaster, a '66 sunburst tele was originally painted and then coarsely bomb. I am fortunate to own one of the 1500 first model that is to say with the custom kit. With a little courage (I admit that my tv with paint bombs at me somewhat worried but I am reaching a perfect result so if I got there, it is widely feasible <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" /> ) The appearance is really pushed relic, all is bone rusty example. Being a fan of The Clash I can only appreciate but it is a totally subjective opinion.

    UTILIZATION

    This guitar is very fun to play. appearance relic of the handle does not interfere with the instrument's finish is superb nothing short wobbly nothing wrong. This is a Fender Telecaster with vintage cases. I put 9 because I think he'll have just have put a little guide for the customization guide, it is unclear how, if taken early.

    SOUNDS

    I use a Marshall AVT 100 Tribute. I find it seriously SPECIAL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is a very versatile tele (well do not count with the metal but of course) The sound is very creamy hot with plenty of roundness, it is not aggressive side of the other tele in the bridge position but astonishment fishing for a telecaster I think. It fills me with both rockabilly than punk. All styles can be addressed without any problem with this tv. (Aside the metal recess) With distortion, the sound is very nice, it has nothing do with my other telecaster of 63 'acute and severe. But at the same time, the Twang is also somewhat less pronounced. A very good guitar.

    I put 9 because perfection does not exist.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought one years ago and without any hesitation I would do this choice !!!!!!!!!!! we must understand that I is not a signature "scam" as many fender signature, you do not buy the look, sound is amazing!!
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Fender Joe Strummer TelecasterPublished on 12/09/08 at 10:10
    (Originally written by Jlmu/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Made in Mexico. Very good finish.

    3-way toggle switch. Stays in tune even when you play lots of bends.

    UTILIZATION

    Pleasant neck. Quite slim. The guitar is light.

    SOUNDS

    Great clean and distortion sounds. It's a versatile guitar with the typical Fender sound. Powerful and crystal-clear sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've been using it for about two months. Depending on the songs I also play a Gibson Les Paul. Very good quality/sound/price ratio. I won't part from it... I give it a 9 because nothing is perfect.
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    (Originally written by Jlmu/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Made in Mexico. Very good finish.

    3-way toggle switch. Stays in tune even when you play lots of bends.

    UTILIZATION

    Pleasant neck. Quite slim. The guitar is light.

    SOUNDS

    Great clean and distortion sounds. It's a versatile guitar with the typical Fender sound. Powerful and crystal-clear sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've been using it for about two months. Depending on the songs I also play a Gibson Les Paul. Very good quality/sound/price ratio. I won't part from it... I give it a 9 because nothing is perfect.
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