Our Custom Made Snakehead Telecaster pecifications
Body Wood: Basswood Neck Wood: Maple Construction: Bolt-on Fretboard: Maple Inlays: Dot Inlays Scale Length: 25.5" Frets: 21 Pickups: 1 Wilkinson Pickup Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone Headstock: Snake Head Style Bridge: Tele Style Hardware: Chrome Finish Finish: Olympic white Strings: D'Addario
Snakehead Telecaster introduction and unique headstock
This guitar can be a 60th anniversary limited edition of Fender Telebration, merely 60 ever before produced. In accordance with Fender, snaked head tele had a particular headstock and very simple visual appearance. To duplicate the earliest telecaster, Fender took it around to guitar clubs,, patiently letting guitar players have a taste of this particular electric guitar. After collecting the feedback on the layout and workmanship, this telecaster was consequently done. The guitar body is made from one hundred year old pine wood, Olympic-white finish, hard maple neck, reliced maple fretboard, no truss rod ( for historical precision), a single-coil pickups in bridge.
We duplicated this guitar fully in line with the original instrument, the same Olympic-white finish, hard maple neck , reliced maple fretboard, no truss rod (for historical precision) and one single-coil pickups in bridge.
The typical pickups brand we proposed is wikson pickups, because this brand is cost-effective, which can save you much cash, and at the same time the quality is stable.
Snakehead Telecaster User reviews
1.This instrument is charming but too costly. Certain custom shops are making this electric guitar currently, some reliced, some not, and the cost from $1000 to $2000. I prefer unreliced one, since I usually reckon that a reliced guitar is barely created for pleasing your eyesight however a unliced one is created for playing with. My god, I can not believe that to buy an instrument is simply for pleasing your eyes. I believe the custom store performed an excellent job on this specific electric guitar, mainly from the perception of contour, it's very good, I favor it, yes, I love the headstock, I prefer it.
2.This guitar is definitely fascinating. I seriously desire to have a try, but
3.It's difficult to figure out how to use an instrument which includes no truss rod on it. I think this instrument is simply manufactured for these guitar collectors. It's impossible for Fender to sell this electric guitar out, it might just be a springboard on tele's growth history, it is therefore more like a token. Native guys are able to have a try, however , I believe it cannot be sold-out unless Leo Fender buys it himself.
4.I prefer the headstock, and I would be very glad to order a fender instrument with such type of headstock, however, the absence of truss rod caused it to be hard to welcome this instrument.
5.I attempted the guitar, oh, it sounds fantastic, almost perfect!
6.I love snake head headstock, simply because it represents the earliest telecaster on earth. However , I believe it's actually not manufactured for each of us, only some would choose to purchase one, so it's a special edition. If you don't like it then ignore it. Those who purchased it should be the fellows who enjoy it and may pay for it. It's hard to think that a person just like me will probably pay all money he conserved in 2-3 years to buy a snake head instrument. I hope everyone own his / her beloved instrument.
7.I can not pay for it, and I dislike it. Some guys can DIY this type of guitar which seems to be equally great. The only factor that attracts me is actually the reliced bridge.
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