#1
I've been looking at Telecaster models (only over the internet because I'm left-handed and finding a shop which has one in store is hard enough, but also because I won't be getting one for 4 months or so.) and it is hard to tell the difference between these because I do not understand all the minute specs.

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/79154
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/fender-70s-telecaster/67235
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/75236


Can you explain the essential quality increasing differences between these models that justify the extra price?

Thanks in advance
#2
the first two are mexican
the third is an american

the second will be more expencive than the first because its a vintage style

tbh there isnt that much of a difference in quality
Last edited by Capt_Clarkson at Mar 15, 2009,
#3
Quote by Capt_Clarkson
the first two are mexican


Does this mean the quality is less? How does them being Mexican make them play worse - I assume its not just some irrational ingrained guitar prejudice?
thanks
#4
Quote by Notmewtwoguitar
Does this mean the quality is less? How does them being Mexican make them play worse - I assume its not just some irrational ingrained guitar prejudice?
thanks

haha basically, the mexicans are made of three pieces of wood unlike the american which is a single piece. Plus the electronics are a little cheaper, and you get a "free" hard case (which tbh you have to pay for when you buy the guitar)

I've played both a mexican and an american and I honestly couldnt tell the difference
Last edited by Capt_Clarkson at Mar 15, 2009,
#5
Yeah, the mexicans cheaper and overall a better deal
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