#1
I am shopping for a new guitar, and I was thinking about getting a Fender American Telecaster HH. I would rather have this because it has dual humbuckers, so in turn, a meatier sound. But I was wondering if it is capable of Frusciante style riffs, Metal, Post rock, and everything in between.

If anybody has this guitar, opinions would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
#2
wtf is "post rock?"

Pointless subgenres make me a sad panda

And if you want to get a real funk sound, you might want a Fat Strat or put coil splitting in your Tele. You won't be able to get great metal sounds with the stock pickups, either.
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#3
Quote by Dirk Gently
wtf is "post rock?"

Pointless subgenres make me a sad panda

And if you want to get a real funk sound, you might want a Fat Strat or put coil splitting in your Tele. You won't be able to get great metal sounds with the stock pickups, either.


Post-Rock is the best "pointless subgenre" you've ever heard of.
#5
Quote by Dirk Gently
wtf is "post rock?"

Pointless subgenres make me a sad panda

And if you want to get a real funk sound, you might want a Fat Strat or put coil splitting in your Tele. You won't be able to get great metal sounds with the stock pickups, either.


Post Rock is like rock.. but AFTER rock.

Duh!
#6
just get a HSS strat. it's more versatile...
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#7
^But what if he likes the feel of a tele more than the strat.

You could get a humbucker in the bridge and a single coil in the neck.
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#8
Post rock is just like


1980s Rock
Alternative rock
Aquabeat
Arena rock
Avant-rock
Avant-progressive rock
Blues-rock
British Invasion
Bubblegum pop
Cello rock
Celtic rock
Chimp rock
Christian rock
Classic rock
Comedy rock
Country rock
Deathrock
Detroit rock
Emo
Experimental rock
Folk-rock
Funk rock
Funk metal
Garage rock
German rock
Glam metal
Glam rock
Gorecore
Gothic rock
Grindcore
Group Sounds
Grunge
Guitar rock
Hard rock
Hardcore punk
Heartland rock
Heavy metal
Indie rock
Industrial rock
Instrumental rock
Iranian rock
J-rock
Jam rock
Krautrock
Lovers rock
Math rock
Medieval rock
Mod
New Wave
Noise rock
Ostrock
Piano rock
Pop rock
Post Punk
Post-grunge
Post-rock
Power pop
Progressive rock
Psychedelic rock
Psychobilly
Punk rock
Rockabilly
Rock en Español
Rocksteady
Rap-rock (a.k.a. rapcore)
Samba-rock
Shoegazing
Shock rock
Ska punk
Soft rock
Southern rock
Space rock
Stoner rock
Surf rock
Swamp rock
Wagnerian rock
Wizard rock
Yacht rock


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