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#1 2012-06-02 08:01:41

bunbun
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Incipient GAS

I have been looking at guitars lately. After I got my Behringer my wife told me no more but...You know. Anyhoo, I have not been a fan of Fender guitars since I started playing. I liked the humbuckers and Fender is, obviously, more of a single-coil guitar maker. That is until I started getting better.

I have now found that having a single-coil guitar would sound better when I play songs from such groups as Pink Floyd and I have also come to appreciate the Strat "sound" that the single coil can make along with the crunch that can be attained through those same single coil PU's.

Today I went to Best Buy with my wife and headed directly to the instrument dept. I picked up a Tele and proceeded to play some songs with it. OH MY GAWD! That tele was sooooo easy to play! I was making the same chord changes I usually do yet it was like butter on that Tele! It seemed that even the chord changes I have issues with (not so smooth) were easy.

Seems I am now a Fender fan! I still want a guitar with humbuckers on it but now I want the Fender-type too!

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#2 2012-06-02 09:32:47

Roger Guppy
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Re: Incipient GAS

There are several Teles with humbuckers. Check the Fender website.

http://media.fmicdirect.com/fender/images/products/guitars/0137402321_frt_tbn_001.png
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#3 2012-06-02 23:51:21

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Re: Incipient GAS

You can always just change out pick ups. here are a few differant options>
http://www.guitarfetish.com/Calibrated- … p_145.html
http://www.guitarfetish.com/Calibrated- … p_149.html
http://www.guitarfetish.com/Calibrated- … p_150.html
http://www.guitarfetish.com/Alnico-Fatb … _p_74.html

GFS makes / sells good stuff. I have a GFS hot rail humbuckser in a flying V.  afordable sutff that is good quality.  Try getting a set of Dimarzio or Seymore Duncans for 50 bucks.  Not gonna happen.  So this is a good way to get the grunt your looknig for with out getting robbed big_smile


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#4 2012-06-03 02:45:29

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Re: Incipient GAS

I have had alot of guitars over the years and I think the Fender Strat is the best all around electric for the money.


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#5 2012-06-03 07:58:14

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Re: Incipient GAS

I've got two tele's, a Fender Japan '71 Reissue with single coils and a Mexican Classic Player Thinline Deluxe with Fender Humbuckers and I absolutely love both of them. I've also got a Classic 60's Strat that I play alot less since since buying the Tele's! I know I'm in the minority but in my opionion Leo got it right first time!

I think I'm right in saying that Fender make all of their guitars with both single coils and humbuckers or variations of both these days!

Jerry

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#6 2012-06-03 15:46:09

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Re: Incipient GAS

dino48 wrote:

I have had alot of guitars over the years and I think the Fender Strat is the best all around electric for the money.

That is true. The guitar I get the most use out of is  my red strat. It`s not my favorite, just an all around great utility guitar. Well built, affordable and can be used for everything.Just look at how many players use them.There has to be a reason.


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#7 2012-06-05 07:05:47

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Re: Incipient GAS

beamer wrote:

You can always just change out pick ups. here are a few differant options>
http://www.guitarfetish.com/Calibrated- … p_145.html
http://www.guitarfetish.com/Calibrated- … p_149.html
http://www.guitarfetish.com/Calibrated- … p_150.html
http://www.guitarfetish.com/Alnico-Fatb … _p_74.html

GFS makes / sells good stuff. I have a GFS hot rail humbuckser in a flying V.  afordable sutff that is good quality.  Try getting a set of Dimarzio or Seymore Duncans for 50 bucks.  Not gonna happen.  So this is a good way to get the grunt your looknig for with out getting robbed big_smile

I went on the guitarfetish site. Oh my! I can get a whole new pre-wired fingerboard for my Behringer for less than 50 bucks? Now I am in a quandry: My gaming mouse is taking the big dig. Do I buy the fingerboard or buy a new gaming mouse?

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#8 2012-07-26 20:28:05

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Re: Incipient GAS

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