Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster
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Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster

Road Worn '50s Telecaster, TLC-Shaped Guitar from Fender in the Road Worn Telecaster series.

lobo 04/04/2009

Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster : lobo's user review

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Tl is a "relic" made in Mexico with 2 tex mex pickups, jumbo frets.
The MODEL I test is the 2-tone Sunburst (alder body)
The bridge is vintage three bridges.
There are 3 sr posistion, neck, and inter acute.
The handle is in C, rather pais.

UTILIZATION

I found the handle quite as enjoyable trs pais, and as it is dvernis it is close to the wood. As against the frets are too big I think. Vintage frets give more than touch
Access in acute, it is a Tele ...
The guitar is pretty lgre and handy, well finished.
adj empty it a good natural rsonnance.
I plugged into a 4x10 Deville was immediately sound chalereux, nervous, with lots of sustain. The pickups are trs property with a good output level.

SOUNDS

I play jazz / funk / blues and this guitar into a Fender amp sounds right away as I do. Lowering his theft and tone on the neck pickup I immediately sound pretty sweet and singing jazz with the possibility to go to the most vicious.
The two microphones are well balance.

OVERALL OPINION

I tried for two hours alone in the store with a standard amicaine and '52. She I prfre. The fact that there have more polish on the handle makes the sound softer I think. The reliquage is not only a matter of image but also affects the playability and sound. 900 euros, a parat honnte me because it really sounds.

The seller told me he was often better than the Mexican United States.

I may be the leap and move on with this Road Worn Tele.