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1972 thinline telecaster


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only 500 bucks! usually $939.99

 

what do you guys think. just a small ding on the side of the cutaway. great condition...

 

may just grab it!

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Nothing wrong with a Fender, and a Thinline Tele is, in my opinon, one of the most coherant, aesthetically pleasing guitars they made. It'd be the kind of Tele I'd go for. And given how cheap it is, that makes it all the more appealing.

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For those who ,like me cannot afford "nuffink' , dare I suggest an SX Thinline A lot of bang for the bucks and actually made from proper alder not dyed balsa wood .The Euro version still comes with a proper F headstock .They seem to OS everywhere but well worth a look out .A swift pickup change (Toneriders?) and open out the nut slots a tad and your away .The tuners are Korean and stay in tune ,at least on mine .The neck is very good .

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I'd totally snatch it! 500 bones is a steal!

 

I've been gassing for a Thinline forever! Seeing how Sweetwater has that 3 Payment Plan deal, I think that might become more of a reality.

 

And yes, I agree. They are VERY aesthetically pleasing.

 

One thing I never really found out though.

 

What exactly is the difference in tone between the humbuckers the 72 has and the single coils the 69 has.

 

I've never owned a guitar with humbuckers.

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