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That didn't take long ya pisshead!

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Thought I should post some actual guitar-related content rather than just make crap jokes.

Bought this a couple of years ago but never got round to showing it off, so here it is. Fender Professional II Tele:

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Needs a little bit of a setup I think but otherwise feels and plays pretty nice. Have been amp-less for a while so the only time I’ve given it the beans was through a mates AC4 and it sounded pretty good.
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Thewilltopowerrock wrote: Sun Jul 30, 2023 6:14 pm Thought I should post some actual guitar-related content rather than just make crap jokes.

Bought this a couple of years ago but never got round to showing it off, so here it is. Fender Professional II Tele:


Needs a little bit of a setup I think but otherwise feels and plays pretty nice. Have been amp-less for a while so the only time I’ve given it the beans was through a mates AC4 and it sounded pretty good.
Lovely looking instrument!
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crowbgood1 wrote: Sun Jul 30, 2023 6:18 pm
Thewilltopowerrock wrote: Sun Jul 30, 2023 6:14 pm Thought I should post some actual guitar-related content rather than just make crap jokes.

Bought this a couple of years ago but never got round to showing it off, so here it is. Fender Professional II Tele:


Needs a little bit of a setup I think but otherwise feels and plays pretty nice. Have been amp-less for a while so the only time I’ve given it the beans was through a mates AC4 and it sounded pretty good.
Lovely looking instrument!
Cheers. Thought it was the best pick out of the colours on offer. Even though it doesn’t get much playing the white has started to yellow which is giving it a vibe.

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Thewilltopowerrock wrote: Sun Jul 30, 2023 6:14 pm Thought I should post some actual guitar-related content rather than just make crap jokes.

Bought this a couple of years ago but never got round to showing it off, so here it is. Fender Professional II Tele:

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Needs a little bit of a setup I think but otherwise feels and plays pretty nice. Have been amp-less for a while so the only time I’ve given it the beans was through a mates AC4 and it sounded pretty good.
Hell yeah. That's lovely.
I recently put my own tele together in a similar colour combo, but was considering the Pro range at the time. Seems like a good compromise of classic looks and modern playability?
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Miza wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 11:41 am
Thewilltopowerrock wrote: Sun Jul 30, 2023 6:14 pm Thought I should post some actual guitar-related content rather than just make crap jokes.

Bought this a couple of years ago but never got round to showing it off, so here it is. Fender Professional II Tele:

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Needs a little bit of a setup I think but otherwise feels and plays pretty nice. Have been amp-less for a while so the only time I’ve given it the beans was through a mates AC4 and it sounded pretty good.
Hell yeah. That's lovely.
I recently put my own tele together in a similar colour combo, but was considering the Pro range at the time. Seems like a good compromise of classic looks and modern playability?
Cheers. Weren’t we chatting about Teles prior to pulling the triggers?
I think you’re right about the mix between old and new. I remember tossing up between one of these and a 60s classic but knew that the fatter neck would ruin it for me.

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Thewilltopowerrock wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 12:52 pm
Miza wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 11:41 am
Thewilltopowerrock wrote: Sun Jul 30, 2023 6:14 pm Thought I should post some actual guitar-related content rather than just make crap jokes.

Bought this a couple of years ago but never got round to showing it off, so here it is. Fender Professional II Tele:

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Needs a little bit of a setup I think but otherwise feels and plays pretty nice. Have been amp-less for a while so the only time I’ve given it the beans was through a mates AC4 and it sounded pretty good.
Hell yeah. That's lovely.
I recently put my own tele together in a similar colour combo, but was considering the Pro range at the time. Seems like a good compromise of classic looks and modern playability?
Cheers. Weren’t we chatting about Teles prior to pulling the triggers?
I think you’re right about the mix between old and new. I remember tossing up between one of these and a 60s classic but knew that the fatter neck would ruin it for me.
Probably. I can't remember what I ate for breakfast. :oops:
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Here it is. Had to search the forum to find a pic!
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It's also in dyer need of a proper set up.
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Miza wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 2:13 pm
Thewilltopowerrock wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 12:52 pm
Miza wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 11:41 am
Hell yeah. That's lovely.
I recently put my own tele together in a similar colour combo, but was considering the Pro range at the time. Seems like a good compromise of classic looks and modern playability?
Cheers. Weren’t we chatting about Teles prior to pulling the triggers?
I think you’re right about the mix between old and new. I remember tossing up between one of these and a 60s classic but knew that the fatter neck would ruin it for me.
Probably. I can't remember what I ate for breakfast. :oops:
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Miza wrote: Mon Jul 31, 2023 2:16 pm Here it is. Had to search the forum to find a pic!
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It's also in dyer need of a proper set up.
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Here's my new guitar.

Swamp Ash body, flamed roasted maple neck. Light mahogany stain on the body. Usa pickups labeled '93.

Also the wenge neck broke on the other guitar so have installed it with a new maple neck with rosewood fretboard.

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Marshmallow wrote: Wed Aug 09, 2023 12:55 pm Here's my new guitar.

Swamp Ash body, flamed roasted maple neck. Light mahogany stain on the body. Usa pickups labeled '93.

Also the wenge neck broke on the other guitar so have installed it with a new maple neck with rosewood fretboard.

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both lovely guitars... will be lovely to have you back in NZ :-)

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They are really tasteful guitars.
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Very nice.
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Flamed neck looks amazing.

Brown sound theme ftw

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