This special edition telecaster is made in Korea because there are wood up the table: the koa.
The neck is maple Non-lacquered and the key is rosewood and is divided into 21 cases.La head of the handle is painted and maple with the name "Fender" marked by metal type covered by the patent.
The chavalet is typical of the 70's but the mechanics are not in this spirit and vintage headstock provides a simple mechanical oil bath classic today.
The telecaster has a three position selector. There is also a volume knob and one tone knob.
The handle is nice although I personally prefer the polished handle and all the people around me who have tried this telecaster is satisfied.
Access to acute is less easy than a SG for a Fender but this is still correct.
You have to love the truck to love this guitar but those who wish there will be a Telecaster.
The sound is very good even if the micro fever is often not set a defenestrated you (at least on pluspart the one I tested in store) but the setting is a screwdriver to turn down the microphone acute.
This guitar is well suited to my style of music (or rather "my").
I play it with a little Vox Cambridge 15 giving the crunch as he is and a Fender clean sound or FM212R is parfait.Je'm not a fan of nasty distortion and aggressive so will the test to see what sounds it makes in this area.
I use this guitar since late January 2007 and it suits me perfectly.
Its main drawback is its weight but I am a little muscle which can only do me good, but if his grades are everything.
Regarding the quality / price I can and I qualified Excellent refarais that choice if I was
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The handle is enjoyable trs, size idalie my opinion. Access in acute is good but not great (I'll fawn all ever!).
Ergonomics are good, the body weight offsets the effect of plunging head of some telecaster. The rglages are extremely simple, it's a telecaster what!
The sound is excellent, I had two U.S. std tele, this bluff good sustain me a little more body with Koa, but the ct dnaturer telecaster. I found two excellent microphones, each in their genre.
In my opinion if you change the bridge for a Fender U.S., we are left with a guitar more interesting than american series.
A real rock guitar for the gimmicks and crunchy rhythms.
I do not possde, I stayed over an hour with a Hot Rod 2X12, c'tait a really good time.
APRS, most default to me is just the Koa is a beautiful wood, but for me it's a finish that does not stick to the look of the telecaster. It's like the jazz bass with exotic wood prampli, trs is good, but it's really a. ..