Thinline Fender Telecaster guitar This late 60’s Thinline Fender Telecaster once belonged to Donovan. It was the first electric guitar he ever owned and he played it at the Isle Of White Festival in 1970. Bernard Sumner used it with New Order during the Technique period and was seen with it on Top Of The Pops when they did “Round And Round”. www.johnny-marr.com/guitarchestra-2/thinline-fender-telecastermore
¨My other main guitar. Before Gretsch, all I played was Teles - I´ve got about seven of them now. We´ll have about five different tunings in any set, so I bring one main and one spare. They´ve all got their own little sticker or idea behind them. ´Imagine´ is my favorite song of all time - I don´t think a song with more purpose has ever been written - so that´s what I chose for this. (Total Guitar, January 2017)¨more
"I’m playing a Tele Thinline, and that’s what I used on most of the record. It has a little more character, a little more balance, and I can put chromes on it and the character doesn’t suffer." said Kristin in [this interview](https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/25227-kristin-hersh-raw-bones-dressed-in-colors?page=2)more
Baker has been seen using a Fender Deluxe Thinline Telecaster with a rosewood neck on her recent North American dates, including her sets at Newport Folk Festival and SF Outside Lands (from where the photos and interview are taken); according to the interview, her guitar features Fender Vintage Noiseless Pickups and is named 'Virginia' (for Virginia Woolf)more
With an Equipboard account you can rate this item, add it to your collection, submit a review to discuss what you like and dislike about it, and associate Fender Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar to artists that use it. Create an account!