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  • #16
    Re: durable (but cheap) guitar...

    i just thought of somethin though, a mexican tele would have a lot more potetnial for modding the hell out of it, and that would be fun. hmm....decisions, decisions....
    Originally posted by Aceman
    It was the age of suave. Men were men, and women were smacked and thrown on the bed and loved it.


    • #17
      Re: durable (but cheap) guitar...

      If you like metal, and like the idea of a Tele.... then i'd go to and get one of those Esquire Custom GT's. Their going for $299 right now, and they look like the perfect guitar for hard rock. And they even have an SD Invader!

      Looks like they have Am. Std. style hardware too. And with a set-neck, i don't think you can go wrong for $299! Not to mention those cool "race car" finishes with the competion stripes.

      2006 Fender Standard Telecaster
      2005 Fender 70's Reissue Stratocaster
      2003 Fender Blues Junior (Laquered Tweed, Ltd. Ed.)

      Originally posted by Kivitel
      You will probably be hit by a Pontiac fiero on your way to the liquor store or something, and it will just be like hitting the reset button on a Nintendo.


      • #18
        Re: durable (but cheap) guitar...

        I've got a MiM Tele for ya' if you're interested....check you PM.

        Anyone else interested, check out:

        2nd one from the last.


        Guitars: Frankinstein TeleBird/Classic Vibe Esquire w/BG-1400/Martin 000-28EC
        Amps: 3rd Power Dream Solo 4 '68 Plexi/Port City Wave 2x12
        FX: Skinpimp Faceplant/Skinpimp 3OD/Flyin' Dragon


        • #19
          Re: durable (but cheap) guitar...

          Jackson JS Series. Swap out the pickups and you´ve usually got a keeper
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