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Jack wells
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Another Guitar Solo over a backingtrack from TDPRI-Forum "Twanger Central"

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Solo over "The Twanger Central Weekly Backing Track - Week #36"

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So, I pulled a golden ticket out of a Wonka bar. My grandpa left me a 51 Nocaster. It's all original but has done a lot of partying. I am now just the third owner of this beauty. (and no, it's not for sale...) unfortunately it has been in storage for a few years and is in need of a check up from a guitar doctor. For obvious reasons, I want a skilled and reputable one. I was leaning towards Emerald City Guitars in Seattle. Any suggestions or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
I am also having a moral dilemma... To keep it like it is and put it on display, or fix it up enough to work (if needed) and then just play on it into the night... Either way, thank you grandpa. I love you much and may you Rock In Peace. 
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Glad to see ya here! Can I come in and play?
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working on my new practice area... got some new furniture, and rearranged my mancave/basement living room to allow for my gear to move in... excellent!
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took the big rig out for a spin yesterday for church, felt great to be able to open it up and see what she can do!
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This is a perfect match! The best combo I've ever had. An American Vintage '58 Tele and a Fender Deluxe Reverb '68 Silverface Reissue.
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I need your help guys although this is not a Telecaster related question. My Swedish band Allwin is looking for great Americana/country festivals to play at. We just released our new album "Kandy" and would like to come to the US for gigs. Any suggestions? Thanks. /Peter

I m wanting to know if hotter pickups will help my Bugera V22 amp sound more like a tweed.   Or if there is a specific pedal that will give me the 53 fender champ tweed tone and bite.   Any assistance would be greatly appreciated
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