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  • gibson92gibson92

    Fender TL69-??Published on 07/26/14 at 13:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Japan model
    blablabla handle etc ...
    Maple neck
    small top and wider in the middle and small after the 15 th fret ...
    low freight

    UTILIZATION

    Not to scratch as light ....
    ergonomics kind toy guitar
    Acute possible access but small case
    not easy to handle bends ...

    SOUNDS

    This is ....
    THE SLAP in the bass pickups
    screaming bridge pickup but must play knob
    I put a more "reasonable" acute mico
    THE sound is very rock n roll
    very flashy as
    attention to feedback
    this is a guitar goes everywhere but no style foo ...
    Marshall amps top

    OVERALL OPINION

    last year a guitar for the compounds
    you can play as soon
    It cost 900 euros
    Septemb…
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    Japan model
    blablabla handle etc ...
    Maple neck
    small top and wider in the middle and small after the 15 th fret ...
    low freight

    UTILIZATION

    Not to scratch as light ....
    ergonomics kind toy guitar
    Acute possible access but small case
    not easy to handle bends ...

    SOUNDS

    This is ....
    THE SLAP in the bass pickups
    screaming bridge pickup but must play knob
    I put a more "reasonable" acute mico
    THE sound is very rock n roll
    very flashy as
    attention to feedback
    this is a guitar goes everywhere but no style foo ...
    Marshall amps top

    OVERALL OPINION

    last year a guitar for the compounds
    you can play as soon
    It cost 900 euros
    September 46 mounted
    good scratch
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  • philippedeluxephilippedeluxe

    Fender TL69-??Published on 03/11/09 at 03:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bought secondhand on eBay for 450 €. It had to be made around 1995 in Japan. Conventional configuration of tele with vintage characteristics (trestle bridges, ashtray etc. ...). Note: my mechanical are Gotoh (I think that's original).

    UTILIZATION

    I love the handle (it's no surprise the TV is my favorite guitar and I love the handle). Only one problem: I have two strings (soil and re-) emerging from the saddle when I shoot too much on it (I will ask a supplementary guide ropes and change the saddle for a bone).
    Access to acute: telecaster ... is not for shredders ...
    Lightweight (hollow crate)
    On his own fate if only one is accustomed to TV: slamming but (in the case of this…
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    Bought secondhand on eBay for 450 €. It had to be made around 1995 in Japan. Conventional configuration of tele with vintage characteristics (trestle bridges, ashtray etc. ...). Note: my mechanical are Gotoh (I think that's original).

    UTILIZATION

    I love the handle (it's no surprise the TV is my favorite guitar and I love the handle). Only one problem: I have two strings (soil and re-) emerging from the saddle when I shoot too much on it (I will ask a supplementary guide ropes and change the saddle for a bone).
    Access to acute: telecaster ... is not for shredders ...
    Lightweight (hollow crate)
    On his own fate if only one is accustomed to TV: slamming but (in the case of this one) that comes with a soft hollow of the body. Micro acute sometimes garish (must play with knob tone). Middle position: super. Micro serious one: while (which is not the rule on tv where the microphone alone is often too severe deaf).

    SOUNDS

    I play blues rock and pop. I play on Marshall JCM 900 (no effect: I can play ...). All sounds come out well (= crystal clear and bright chime limit), high saturation loaded in medium and crunchy typical fender. It sounds to crunchy guitar that is most endearing.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I for 1 year. I had long dreamed, but it is not easy to find a model. I already had 2 other Telecasters so I knew very well what to expect. I find it increasingly looks very elegant and classy. A 450 € for Japan is a very good value for money. Sometimes, however, I feel like changing the pickups for a set of Texas Special ...
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