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My Fender Guitars

Keefoman

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Nice guitars! Here are my Fender guitars:

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2015 Am Std Stratocaster HSS Shawbucker, 1995 Am Std Telecaster, 2005 Baja Telecaster, 1998 Jimmie Vaughan Stratocaster.

All of them have had som minor or major tweaks and mods to suit my needs and taste. :)
 

Gridlock

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Nice guitars! Here are my Fender guitars:

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2015 Am Std Stratocaster HSS Shawbucker, 1995 Am Std Telecaster, 2005 Baja Telecaster, 1998 Jimmie Vaughan Stratocaster.

All of them have had som minor or major tweaks and mods to suit my needs and taste. :)
All nice guitars, but that black American Standard Telecaster is the one.
 

El Gringo

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Nice guitars! Here are my Fender guitars:

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2015 Am Std Stratocaster HSS Shawbucker, 1995 Am Std Telecaster, 2005 Baja Telecaster, 1998 Jimmie Vaughan Stratocaster.

All of them have had som minor or major tweaks and mods to suit my needs and taste. :)
I also like your art on the wall of the Glimmer Twins -very cool !
 
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Those look great! Nice amps too. All so pristine! Obviously not photographs taken at Casa Krashpad, haha.

Tell me about those two Marshalls. What is the funky vintage-looking striped one? And the more modern-looking combo (DSL maybe?) peeking in the opposite corner?

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Gridlock

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The striped one is a Marshall Astoria Classic; hand-wired, 30/5 watts, KT66’s and a Creamback. Definitely a keeper Marshall. The little Marshall is a ‘80’s Lead-12 amp. I’ve since added a Origin 50 Combo and I looking to add a vintage or RI 4-hole Marshall.

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The striped one is a Marshall Astoria Classic; hand-wired, 30/5 watts, KT66’s and a Creamback. Definitely a keeper Marshall. The little Marshall is a ‘80’s Lead-12 amp. I’ve since added a Origin 50 Combo and I looking to add a vintage or RI 4-hole Marshall.

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Cool, thanks! Holy cow, that Lead 12 looks brand new. I love those old 5000-series JCM800 era/series solid states. I have three of the big brothers of the Lead 12 (iirc yours is the 5005): the "Lead 20" (20W 1x10, Model 5002), a 50W 1x12 (Model 5210, no apparent "amp name"), and the "75 Reverb" (75W 1x12, Model 5275)!

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That Origin looks sweet, congrats!
 

El Gringo

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3 of my Fender Telecasters . The 3 color sunburst Double Bound Telecaster Custom is a 1969 ( my favorite Fender ) , then a 2016 Fender Custom Shop Rosewood Telecaster , lastly a 2021 Fender Custom Shop Pink Paisley Telecaster . I also have a 1993 Fender USA reissue Butterscotch 52 Telecaster which I need to get an image of . 4 Tele's for a guy that once upon a time thought they were ugly , then slowly I started to get an itch for one , and I got the whole Tele sound .
 
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