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Fender Vintera '70s Telecaster Custom Electric Guitar, Pau Ferro Fingerboard (with Gig Bag)
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Fender Vintera '70s Telecaster Custom Electric Guitar, Pau Ferro Fingerboard (with Gig Bag)

The look and sound of the '70s is alive with this Telecaster Custom! The twangy vintage-style single-coil and Wide Range humbucker make a killer combination.

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Submitted June 2, 2020 by Kai B in Rohnert Park, CA
"A really dynamic Tele"
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This guitar is a tonal shapeshifter. The neck pickup is surprisingly bright sounding, and has a great balance of mid and bass. The bridge pickup is aided so much by the heftier body, and has a surprisingly dark sound that isn't too bright and twangy. The middle position sound REALLY good! This guitar is just so well balanced, and with independent tone/vol features, you can dial in very specific tones to your liking: or you could even turn one pickup off completely and get that RATM killswitch-style tremolo!Like I said above, the body is a bit heavier than any Tele I've played: it's like a Les Paul but lighter and with brighter tone. The neck is super comfortable to play on, and isn't too flimsy or thin. The layout of the guitar in general has the features a Les Paul would have, but with a more comfortable body and neck to play on. Also the bridge and tuners are nice and vintage style, but aren't cheap feeling or anything like that. My only complaint would be the price, but even then it's totally worth every penny, it just seems like it could be even $100 cheaper (that's not knocking on the quality though, this guitar is truly great).Overall if you're having trouble deciding between an LP and a Tele, this is your best bet!
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Been playing for 10 years
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Sludge metal, post rock, hardcore punk, noise rock.
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