#2
G&L has some i think there called ASATs or something.
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#3
whats wrong with jim adkins

more on topic, no i dont think so
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#4
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G&L has some i think there called ASATs or something.


I checked G&L's site but they only have p-90/SC. No DUAL p-90's.
#5
If the guitar has all you want for a good price then buy it, I wouldnt be worrying if it was a signature or something if it was a decent price
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#6
i dont think so. and im also not a fan of signature models.

your best bet might be to drop a pair of humbucker sized p90's into a thinline?
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#7
People would recognize it as a p-90 equipped tele, not as a signature right?

I guess I could just slap a strip of black tape over the writing on the headstcock (other than that, I didnt know it was a signature model).

^
I could just do that right?
#8
well it's the only black semi hollow telecaster with p90's and that shape pickguard that fender makes. people in the know would prolly uncover your secret.
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#9
Wouldnt be a big deal for me, but there are P-94s which give P-90s in a humbucker housing if your really keen. Its your choice really, much of a muchness.
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#10
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well it's the only black semi hollow telecaster with p90's and that shape pickguard that fender makes. people in the know would prolly uncover your secret.


But to the average joe, prolly not, right?
#11
I'm trying to figure it out.

What was it I liked about the Tele?

It had a well-balanced tone, warm but with punchy highs. It was kinda hard to describe. The feel of the neck I loved. It was thin and it made bare chords as easy open chords. However, it was a bit too thin for open chords. But I loved the neck for barred and lead was easier.

Was it the wood?
the p-90's?
the neck?
the body (this doesnt effect tone though, right)?

the amp I know is not it, because with other guitars I tried through it, this tele sounded best.

What was it I liked?

Obviously the neck. But I liked the tone too.

What was it?
wood?
p-90's?
what?
#12
Nobody would notice. They barely advertise that thing, and I don't even think he name is on the front. He's a great guitarist, anyway. Just keep in mind, the Les Paul was(/is) a signature model too!

Edit: It's based on an old TC-90, so you may be able to find one of those.
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#13
hey sid, can you tell me what it was I liked so much about it?

(If it was the pickups, the wood, the neck, what?)