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    I had to get this one. Very sweet!

    Hansen Kustoms “partscaster”. It has a Musikraft neck, and it’s amazing. This guitar is incredible in terms of feel and sound. Best money I ever spent on a guitar (along with my Suhr C1 Pro).
    Hansen Kustoms body and Zhangbucker Pickups.




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    Nice buy, Robert!
    It looks good, and if it sounds even better then it's a good score. I've used Musikraft necks before and have found them to be great necks.

    BTW: The pickguard clashes with your shirt
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    BTW: The pickguard clashes with your shirt
    Dang, now I have to SELL the guitar!
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    I don't know, Robert. You can always find another shirt, but a guitar like that?
    Ah, nothing relieves the discomfort of GAS pains like the sound of the UPS truck rumbling down your street. It's like the musician's Beano.

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    Love the pickguard, but have to agree with Bloozcat So, when do we get to hear this fabulous guitar???
    "GAS never sleeps" - Gil Janus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Dang, now I have to SELL the guitar!
    Get another shirt instead
    Guitars:
    Fender 1978 Telecaster Thinline Custom USA, Nash TL-72 Thinline Telecaster, 1965 Harmony Meteor, H71 Telecaster Esquire MIJ, Martin J-41 Special, 1933 National Duolian, 1941 National National Tricone 1933 (Baritone neck), Eastwood Mandocaster 12 strings

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    Tweed Vibrolux Custom Denis Manlay, Fender Deluxe Reverb Silverface (1976)

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    The guitar really looks cool and three pickup surely gives you more versatility
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    Fender 1978 Telecaster Thinline Custom USA, Nash TL-72 Thinline Telecaster, 1965 Harmony Meteor, H71 Telecaster Esquire MIJ, Martin J-41 Special, 1933 National Duolian, 1941 National National Tricone 1933 (Baritone neck), Eastwood Mandocaster 12 strings

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    So where may you have gotten the idea to get an off white Nashville Telecaster, eh Robert?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marnold View Post
    So where may you have gotten the idea to get an off white Nashville Telecaster, eh Robert?

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    You of course!

    I’ve been wanting a quality tele for a while now and this one was a lot cheaper than a custom shop and nearly the quality of one. I love it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    You of course!

    I’ve been wanting a quality tele for a while now and this one was a lot cheaper than a custom shop and nearly the quality of one. I love it!


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    Yeah, for a metalhead I have a special place in my heart for teles. Probably goes back to my first electric, the Charvel Model 7. My Fender, though, is better than that one in every regard.
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    Did you get it new or second hand?
    Axen: Jackson DK2M, Fender Deluxe Nashville Telecaster, ESP LTD Surveyor-414
    Amphen: Jet City JCA22H and JCA12S cab, Acoustic B20
    Effecten: "Thesis 96" Overdrive/Boost (aka DVM OD2), Hardwire DL-8 Digital Delay/Looper, DigiTech Polara Reverb, DigiTech EX-7 Expression Factory and CF-7 Chorus Factory, Danelectro CF-1 Cool Cat Fuzz
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    Be careful Robert they're no way back when you start playing a Telecaster it's hard to go back to any other axes I suffer from this syndrom as I play now exclusively Thinline Custom Telecasters
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    Fender 1978 Telecaster Thinline Custom USA, Nash TL-72 Thinline Telecaster, 1965 Harmony Meteor, H71 Telecaster Esquire MIJ, Martin J-41 Special, 1933 National Duolian, 1941 National National Tricone 1933 (Baritone neck), Eastwood Mandocaster 12 strings

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    Tweed Vibrolux Custom Denis Manlay, Fender Deluxe Reverb Silverface (1976)

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    Awesome guitar!
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    Thanks! I got it second hand. I may try different pickups - these are a bit HOT.
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