#1
Made in the USA, and I found 2. I'm thinking about driving down to Nashville for the day this week and scooping one up. Are they decently reliable and sound good?
My friends rag on me all the time because I used to use a JEM, and now I prefer more practical instruments since I haven't played live on guitar in a while. I use an EC-1000, and a Peavey Predator that I love just as equally.
I digress.

1990's Peavey Reactor Telecaster, USA made. I'll be using it for an indie rock sound. [think Two Door Cinema Club, and Phoenix.] I realize it won't be close to a Fender, but I love Peavey instruments, and I'd eventually change out the pups.
Opinions? Comments?
The guy says make an offer, and since I'm driving from Louisville, I'm thinking of offering $150?
Gear:

Fender Roadhouse Strat
EC-1000 JB/'59
Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
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GK Neo 4x10
#3
That's true, but I played the pity card on my drums, And got $100 knocked off the price for gas.
Gear:

Fender Roadhouse Strat
EC-1000 JB/'59
Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
Avatar 2x12
GK Neo 4x10
#4
bumpbump.
Gear:

Fender Roadhouse Strat
EC-1000 JB/'59
Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
Avatar 2x12
GK Neo 4x10
#5
I'd pay 150$ and not a cent more. Even if it was next door.
Upgrade the pots and pickups and you have yourself a damn good tele.
#6
Sounds tight. I'm going to assume I'd need to upgrade the tuners too
Gear:

Fender Roadhouse Strat
EC-1000 JB/'59
Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
Avatar 2x12
GK Neo 4x10