An exquisite high-end Telecaster experience awaits the player who gets his hands on a Special Edition Custom Telecaster FMT HH. First, it looks phenomenal, with a carved flame maple top on a mahogany body, cream body binding, a gorgeous Amber fini...
An exquisite high-end Telecaster experience awaits the player who gets his hands on a Special Edition Custom Telecaster FMT HH. First, it looks phenomenal, with a carved flame maple top on a mahogany body, cream body binding, a gorgeous Amber finish with a matching headstock, a mahogany set neck, abalone dot fingerboard inlays and black hardware. Second, it sounds phenomenal, with dual Seymour Duncan® humbucking pickups, three-way pickup switching, a push/pull coil tap switch built into the master tone control knob, and more. A decidedly non-traditional Telecaster of peerlessly crafted style and powerful sonic substance.
I own the Orange flame top telecaster, with a seymour Duncan pearly gates in the bridge and a '59 in the neck. Perfect, although I agree that the coil tap is sort of useless (and yes, I understand the difference between coil tap and coil split). This is, however, a beautiful looking, sounding, and playing instrument! I just wish they'd done an American version!
I have had the Fender Telecaster FMT HH for about 3 years and it is a wicked guitar capable of monstrous tones. With the Seymour Duncan pickups and the coil tapping feature, the telecaster is very versatile, cable of achieve a wide variety of sound that ranges from blues to metal. In conclusion, this is one of my favourite guitars and say that for its price of about $950, this guitars a great deal.
This guitar is a non-tele trapped in a tele's body. The Pearly Gates in the bridge and '59 in the neck give it a very unique sound, making capable of anything from punk, to indie, to post rock, to blues