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They're at it again. Yep, that would be The Stones and of course, with Mick being Mick, he's strutting around like, dare I say a Rooster. Maybe that's because the boys are playing "Little Red Roster" and the sound they have is magical. I'd like to think that if I picked up my Tele, I would be so inclined to sound like that too.
Come to think of it, maybe not. I've always admired how certain guitarists can really make a Tele just "speak." If you're into Teles and you have that ability to make a Tele talk, then we got something right here for you. This guitar right here is 7 lbs, 6 oz of pure Tele, Twang, and delight. This little one-piece Ash body has that "something"- that "something" you may have heard as a child whenever the Buckaroos played in your mother and father's living room.
As you can see in the photos, this guitar is in exceptional condition and has more tags than a morgue on a busy Saturday night in Brooklyn. One piece of Ash and that Maple fret board has been the staple of Teles every since their inception. In the words of my late father, "Don't fix it if it ain't broke." Well Pops, I gotcha. We'll just leave well enough alone then.
In closing people, if you got a need for this pretty little thing, then I get it. Who knows- this is a new year and I know you've been thinking about your very own Buckaroo tribute band. I say go for it- I ain't judging. If you need me, well, I'm just a shout away.
Friends, this guitar is all original with her original case and tags.
As you can see in the photo, she weigh in at 7 lbs, 6 oz.
The solders are untouched, as you can see.
In the photos, the neck dimensions are provided.