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TLC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Telecaster series.

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  • stephane041292stephane041292

    a great sounding guitar uncommon

    Fender Telecaster (1972)Published on 11/04/12 at 08:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fender USA telecaster serial # 729193 color code 34 in fender (aged brown natural)

    UTILIZATION

    handle very nice, heavy guitar, the bass is very powerful, a little too over the treble.

    SOUNDS

    it is made for big sound, but beware, if you put too much distortion, the sound becomes bad.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I since 1998
  • iamqmaniamqman

    Nice vintage tone

    Fender Telecaster (1972)Published on 11/07/11 at 11:09

    The Fender telecaster guitar is the very first introduction to the Fender music company line of products. This was a guitar that basically started all for electric guitars go. This is very simple design and a very classic design it hasn't changed too much from that originality from the very beginning. Sure you've added some humbuckers here and there and maybe different colors or pick guard selection but overall it still retains much of the original character and integrity of this instrument.

    UTILIZATION

    These necks are a much thinner and slimmer than the Fender Stratocaster guitars so you can really get that good solo style down pretty easily with these necks. That's why a lot of…
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    The Fender telecaster guitar is the very first introduction to the Fender music company line of products. This was a guitar that basically started all for electric guitars go. This is very simple design and a very classic design it hasn't changed too much from that originality from the very beginning. Sure you've added some humbuckers here and there and maybe different colors or pick guard selection but overall it still retains much of the original character and integrity of this instrument.

    UTILIZATION

    These necks are a much thinner and slimmer than the Fender Stratocaster guitars so you can really get that good solo style down pretty easily with these necks. That's why a lot of country players gravitate towards these instruments is because they can play pretty quickly with their lead and solo rhythm playing. Plus they just sounds great through a clean amplifier which is a little bit of distortion in it.

    SOUNDS


    The tone of these guitars are very unique. Even though the sound right with the rest of the Fender line of products. It's a very cool sustain that's unique to this body shape that doesn't sound like a Fender Stratocaster guitar or any type of hollow body type instrument. It's a clean and spanky typed tone that is very inviting for many country music players because they don't use a lot again but they need the very crisp, clear note separating tone. This guitar will give you that note separation just naturally. It doesn't get a very thick and warm tone but a bright and articulate voicing. Overall the sound of this guitar is great for most country music all the way up to rock music. Yet to single quill pick ups that are very light and airy and are great with effects and modulation.


    OVERALL OPINION


    You can find these guitars pretty much any where guitars are sold. Whether it be online or any guitar retailer you can find a Fender telecaster pretty easily. They can range in price depending on which model you by weather to specific reissue of us have a guitar that was very popular or just the standard American guitar. There are very well built and have a great feeling great tone for pre-much any solid music or if you use it in any gig or recording session.
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