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    Vintage 1960 Fender Telecaster

    Serial #: 54xxx, four bolt neck-plate. Neck pencil dated: 6/60
    Finish: Original sunburst finish, nitrocellulose lacquer type.
    Materials: Solid alder body; solid one-piece maple neck with 'spaghetti' logo peghead; solid slab rosewood fingerboard with clay dot inlays.
    Hardware: All original hardware includes eight-screw three-ply white pickguard; black staggered pole single coil bridge pickup on string-anchor bridgeplate; single coil neck pickup; original knurled volume and tone knobs; three-way pickup selector switch with top-hat knob; original single line nickel Kluson Deluxe tuners; single butterfly string retainer in peghead; adjustable three-piece threaded bridge saddles; adjustable truss rod.



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  • #2

    Odd burst pattern, but still H.O.T!  Rosewood fretboard + double bound = win.

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    • #3

      'Tis a thing of beauty.....Totally Hawt!


      • larry50
        larry50 commented
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        Hot tele.  Me likee. 

    • #4

      Meh. Ever since I got a Les Paul I just look at Fenders and wonder why they don


      • #5

        It's an odd, old tele. Not hot - just expensive. - The Blog of the Ancient Mariner My photography blog

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        • #6

          As mentioned, the burst is "odd", but it's still hot ...


          • #7

            Yeah I like this one

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            • Tone Deaf
              Tone Deaf commented
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              I like it.

          • #8

            It's hot but I suspect it's not the greatest player.  The cleaner ones rarely are.

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            • lz4005
              lz4005 commented
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              Alecto wrote:

              It's hot but I suspect it's not the greatest player.  The cleaner ones rarely are.

              The "there's a reason this one got shoved under a bed" theory.

              I agree that the burst is strange looking.

          • #9

            I like teles, but I don't like that.  Weird, can't get past the ugly burst combined with the rosewood fretboard.


            • #10
              Probably kept in the case due to the embarrassingly ugly finish. Meh for me.
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