Tele Spells Trouble

I am in trouble. The last time I posted a wish list, I ended up buying almost everything on it. Here's what's on the new list.



I played six Telecasters today. An American Standard Maple Neck, an American Standard rosewood neck, two Mexican ones and two relic ones. This
American Standard Maple Neck stood out of the lot. The one at the store wasn't red though. It was the sunburst one which didn't look all that bad. Oh, Tele, what are you doing to me.

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6 Responses to “Tele Spells Trouble”

  1. # Blogger Karl Agan

    I always love the sound of telecaster. I have one! :D But not fender.haha  

  2. # Blogger Broken Scar

    What's yours Karl?  

  3. # Blogger Karl Agan

    I was looking for Squire tele on the net few months ago and stumble on a custom tele, without brand, which cost me rm200.I bought it, sounds pretty good but not good as fender stuff. But it still has that tele kinda sound. haha.  

  4. # Blogger albert

    You hear that sound? It's the sound of you aging. Heh heh.  

  5. # Blogger @ldo

    tsk tsk tsk, i need to ad a P bass to my family soon. gotta keep up  

  6. # Blogger Broken Scar

    Karl: Yeah man, as long as it's a sound that you're after, that's all that matters.

    Albert: Haha. Thanks, that's comforting. LOL. But you're absolutely right though. Never knew this day would come. haha.

    Alda: Even if I got smart in my earlier days, I still wouldn't have been able to afford all the Fenders I want. Bugger, why can't they be cheaper. haha.  

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