#1
I have a Fender Telecaster and a Marshall Amp.
I am sort of a beginner, playing stuff like Sweet Home Alabama, Sunshine of You Love, I Feel Fine, and the beginning of the solo to One :-). Good setup for me?
#2
which tele and which marshall?

if you already have them, there's no point in changing until you know more about the tones you're after, and have a bit more spare money...
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#3
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I have a Fender Telecaster and a Marshall Amp.
I am sort of a beginner, playing stuff like Sweet Home Alabama, Sunshine of You Love, I Feel Fine, and the beginning of the solo to One :-). Good setup for me?


Does it sound good to your ears?

If you can answer "yes" to that question, then it is a good setup for you.
#4
Yea, it sounds good, but i was just wondering if the stuff is good quality, im pretty sure the guitar is cuz its Fender.
#5
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Yea, it sounds good, but i was just wondering if the stuff is good quality, im pretty sure the guitar is cuz its Fender.

The name on something has nothing to do whether is good or not.
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