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I think I gots a problem...

S. Cane

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...I love Fender tweed.


Can't get enough of the mojo it oozes. Like it on cases, straps, even cables.

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Xpensive Wino

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...I love Fender tweed.


Can't get enough of the mojo it oozes. Like it on cases, straps, even cables.

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That's not a problem, it's called "taste". :salude

To my advice take heed, indeed: feed your need for tweed!
 

renderit

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Ooohhh! Like the strap and cable. Wish they could shellac it for the old orange though...
 

Rev.WillieVK

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I ended up with 2 tweed cables, from different, unknown manufacturers. One is stiff like lariat rope and works fine. The other is normal loose/compliant and is the crappiest cable I haven't thrown away already. :biggrin:
 

chuckNC

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I ended up with 2 tweed cables, from different, unknown manufacturers. One is stiff like lariat rope and works fine. The other is normal loose/compliant and is the crappiest cable I haven't thrown away already. :biggrin:
I had one like the second one you have. It did end up getting tossed after letting me down once too often. Looked cool though.
 
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