#1
Hi, I know a lot of people are probably sick of answering Strat v Tele questions, but I have quite a specific one that I havent found a clear answer for through Google, so please answer if you can.

Which of the two has a deeper sound? I know that's not normally what people look for in Fender guitars, but I have my reasons. So forget the twang and the quack and whatever else. Assuming everything else is a constant - amp, and volume and tone settings, and string gauge, and using the neck pickup: which makes the deeper, boomier sound? Like, closer to a semi-hollow's sound. I know that neither sounds close to a semi-hollow, but which one is just that little bit closer than the other? Like I said, i have my reasons.

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#2
Neither truely do. the stratocaster seems to output more bass because it has more electronic inputs in it.

Meaning its bleeds of the highs, thus appearing deeper sounding
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#3
I think that the Tele sounds a bit more boomy, depending on the pickups in it and amp played with, I suppose. I've heard some real boomy strats too. It depends on a lot about the amp you're playing through and pickups.
#5
my telecaster's neck position can definitely get pretty damn boomy.
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