This is why the Seymour Duncan Vintage Stack is the bridge pickup of choice for session legends J.T. Corenflos and Brent Mason, who account for 70% of the twang in the known universe. J.T.’s number 1 blue Tele and Brent’s number 1 grey Tele both have a Seymour Duncan Vintage Stack in the bridge and a Seymour Duncan Mini Humbucker in the neck. Both reject hum and sound perfect on countless major-label records. In addition, J.T., Brent, and many others have Stratocaster pickups in the middle position to give their guitar the most versatility possible. Time spent on the middle pickup is fairly minimal, but if you need to cop Strat sounds it can be useful to have the option to flip to the middle pickup on your Tele, like Brad Paisley does on She’s Everything.more
I just got this guitar in a worn condition - I actually don't know if it's just worn or if someone aged it (and I don't care too much about it since it looks really great!) - with a white Pickguard. The whole thing looks stunning and has a classic beauty to it. Furthermore the guitar is uber-flexible since you can almost use ist like a strat with the third pickup and the five-way selector. It sounds beautiful but works really well with oberdrives, too! It plays fantastic, you just won't stop playing. And at least I have to say that this thing is an absolute work-horse. I guess that I even could smash a car or something with this guitar without having it untuned afterwards - the tuning stability is stunning! I use this Guitar to play in a Stoner Rock Band and it does unbelieveably well. I really bought it to have something to funk arround with in a side project - but since the guitar just fits to my playing across all genres and styles I just stopped using different guitars and stick to this one! So: If you want a bit more than the typical tele-flavour: Get this one!
This guitar is one of my first electrics and has stayed with me for years and a Tele neck, Strat middle and Tele Bridge. Truly it has earned its place in my roster of guitars
This is one of my first Electric Guitars and I have loved it every since I got it, It has beautiful tone and the versatilely of the guitar is unbound less. If you were thinking about buying a guitar with some power I would suggest thinking about this one.
The guitar in the photo looks most like my Fender Telecaster Custom. I am very satisfied with my Telecaster. Plays and sounds great. Really the sound you can expect from this guitar. The neck feels good. Due to the natural color, this guitar has fewer problems with damage. I bought the guitar 2nd hand, it was already 16 years old and still looked like new. Still by the way, while I play her regularly. This is a keeper. Highly recommended. Solid as a rock.
Versatile, easy to play, smooth neck. Slight mods on mine: re-wired to enable bridge and neck pickups on, and a wilkinson tempered 3-saddle bridge.
Excelente guitarra! Muito versártil. Adicionei um Push Pull ligando os pickups do braço e da ponte numa ligação tradicional de Telecaster com 2 captadores.
Ótima escolha para qualquer guitarrista!
It has all the pros of a Tele without all the cons, thanks to the Strat middle pickup. It's comfortable and the frets are a bit closer together. Plus, it stays in tune better than any other guitar I've played. It's very versatile and offers a wide range of sound.
I've always loved Telecasters. This one has three pickups and a 5-way switch, offering a wide variety of tonal options. Whether playing clean or over-driven, it works for rhythm as well as leads. While it could be ideal for country, I play it for rock, pop, atmospheric, blues, and jazz. It's my go-to.