#1
Hi,
I'm looking for a good telecaster at a low price range (somewere around $300-$400)

can you guys recommend me one?
#4
you can build one from parts off ebay if you look for $200 if you take time and look, and it will be just as good as most mexican could be even better
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#5
Quote by JBailey23
well if you could stand to spend 50 dollars more you could have a brand new MIM


How about he just goes used and spend maybe $250 max?

Classic Vibe Tele I hear is also real good.
#6
Quote by FallsDownStairs
How about he just goes used and spend maybe $250 max?

Classic Vibe Tele I hear is also real good.



I was just sayin that a new one is an option that isnt too far away. I have yet to play a classic vibe, but all this hype makes me want to bad.
#7
Quote by JBailey23
I was just sayin that a new one is an option that isnt too far away. I have yet to play a classic vibe, but all this hype makes me want to bad.

Me too, I hear great things about them. Most of the Squiers I've played felt pretty nice and sounded good for the price. Rondo is an option but I wouldn't recommend it. I had one and it was great for the price....until I tried upgrading. NOTHING fits so there's a lot of drilling involved. Find a used MIM, they're great.
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#9
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Can definitely score a used MIM, maybe even a highway one if your patient and lucky.

That would be epic.
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#10
See my signature. They cost $300 new and are great to build on and modify.
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#12
hunt around for a used Japanese tele clone from the 80's or something.... You might be able to find one that plays like a dream ... Just a thought. I would probally just buy a squire or a used MIM.
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#13
Second hand MIM Tele or a Squier Classic Vibe Tele are the obvious choices. Actually I'd say the CV Tele is the #1 smartest option.
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