#1
I play mostly classic rock, blues, alternative, metal, and soon to be jazz. For the telcaster that I listed in the links below, I have another telecaster, but it is completely different. (A 72 Deluxe, I'll post a link if you want it) I am a huge fan of fender guitars and the ones listed below are some of the coolest ones ever, besides my strat. Here are the links:

Fender '65 Mustang Reissue:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-65-Mustang-Reissue?sku=512763

Fender Deluxe Series Nashville Power Telecaster:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Deluxe-Nashville-Power-Telecaster-Electric-Guitar?sku=510476

Fender Jaguar HH:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Jaguar-HH-Electric-Guitar?sku=511323

Which one would be best for the kinds of music I play, and would the best in my growing collection? Thanks for the help.
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Last edited by JackWhite333 at May 3, 2008,
#2
I personally like the Jag. Cool shape, good sound...
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#5
Go for the Jag you cant go wrong with it
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#7
Mustang's are a fave of mine, but it might not be the right one for you. Since you've already got single-coils, I'd recommend the Jag.
#8
If you already got a 72 tele, why do you need anothr guitar?
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#9
Jag.
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#10
the mustang looks the best but i'd say the jag would be better for what you play
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#11
The Jag man deffo, great sound and cool looking.
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#13
Get one with single coils, since the '72 already gives you humbuckers.

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#16
I remember hearing somewhere theat the Jaguar, is a surf guitar. Can any of you guys please clarify on this, because I ABSOLUTELY do not play surf music. Thanks.
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#17
Quote by JackWhite333
I remember hearing somewhere theat the Jaguar, is a surf guitar. Can any of you guys please clarify on this, because I ABSOLUTELY do not play surf music. Thanks.

it was originally designed for surf music, but that doesn't mean you have to play surf on it, its quite versatile. Then again, i'm talking about the original version with 2 single coils. The HH is completely different, and will give you a much thicker tone.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#19
I'm all for the tele if you like it's shape. The sound couldn't be more different than your 72 deluxe and besides that, its incredibly versatile as well. Between that and your already humbuckered tele, you've got all the sounds covered.