- Aug 11, 2019
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These days, with the easy availability of aftermarket bodies, necks, etc and being able to spec them out, have them finished or not, spec'ing parts exactly how you want, I think this is the way to go too.Partscaster teles for me, roll yer own
That guy annoys me to no end, so I'll pass. Anyone care to summarize?
But for "hidden gems" Find yourself a Charvel Model 7 from the late 80s. I had the sunburst model. Fantastic guitars. \
Also Schecter makes some great affordable Tele clones.
And if you can find any old early to mid 80s Squier MIJs and Tokai Breezy Sounds... have at it.
But I' I've usually stuck with Leo's original company. Best I ever owned was this one- Captain Crunch
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He really did.Leo got it right the first time.
I'm sure he's a swell guy. I just don't often jive with his opinions on stuff I've been able to form my own opinions about. I don't care for his tones/micing/recording either. (McKnight is worse). Finally, he strikes me as insincere.I thought I was alone in that one... nothing against him personally, but I can not withstand 5 mins of him talking, same to Phillip Mcknight from Know your gear.