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    Les Paul Forum Co-Owner and Moderator CDaughtry's Avatar
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    How about a little vintage Fender love?

    I'll start.

    Here's my 61 Shoreline Gold.















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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Gorgeous guitar - Shoreline Gold is such a cool, kind of understated color. As usual, the photo knocks it out of the park...

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My 62 hardtail, Dakota Red, #66666.

    The Red Devil

    Pauls to the walls!

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    sorry, misread the thread title and posted a recent Fender and not a vintage one.
    Last edited by Nobi; 09-23-14 at 06:08 PM.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    I guess I'll be the first to post something that's not a funny color...

    Mid-'54 and the end of the Blackguard era:

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Goodness. Fender goodness!
    the faster we go the rounder we get

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Charlie, Tom...13......you bastards.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My One owner 69 Maple neck Strat.
    Top carves are sexy

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My 56 Blonde:

    Pauls to the walls!

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Those Strats are gorgeous, Tom.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by MapleFlame View Post
    My One owner 69 Maple neck Strat.
    Too cool! Play Dolly Dagger on that thing!

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My 1958.



    Always coveted Shoreline Gold...only handled one that had about 80% of its finish. Badass color.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Tom, do you still have that 54/55 hard tail , with the killer wood ?

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Somewhat related, last week I was at Mike's Music in Cincinnati and saw many cool vintage Fenders. Including a very worn Shoreline Gold Strat..
    Dig:




    Last edited by captaincanada; 09-22-14 at 11:07 AM.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    The pics aren't that great, but here's a refinished 64 i picked up that used to belong to Ronnie Earl. There's a few signatures on the back





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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Here's my 55 Whiteguard....




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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    1955 Tele and 1957 Strat to add to the 1958 Strat above:




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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post
    Here's my 55 Whiteguard....



    what a gorgeous looking beauty

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unbound Dot Neck View Post
    Tom, do you still have that 54/55 hard tail , with the killer wood ?
    No, I sold that 55 hardtail recently to a dear friend.



    Here's the beautiful ash body:





    I replaced this with a 55 trem model. Not as pretty, but a nice one.
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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My 61 Esquire.....




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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    my deepest condolences.
    Quote Originally Posted by TW59 View Post
    I replaced this with a 55 trem model. Not as pretty, but a nice one.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?




    A pair from 1960

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    What a bunch of nice guitars here!

    My 7enders:
    '60 black telly, '63 fiesta strat, 1966 sunburst telly and a '57 champ.

    [IMG][/IMG]

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    No glamour shots, I just stack 'em up!



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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Russ, you got it bad......

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Damn it Charlie, I have a weakness for Shoreline Gold! Such a cool color.

    Here's my '65 CAR (with metallic gold undercoat peeking through).

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Beautiful guitars!

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    [QUOTE=57gold;2560977]1955 Tele and 1957 Strat to add to the 1958 Strat above:



    Typo, it's a 1956...chunky V neck, and all.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    1960 Stratocaster with a mid 60's nitro refinish...needs a green guard.




    '73 Telecaster...wouldn't call it a 'vintage' Fender, but its still got some years under its belt.

    Last edited by Daniel James; 09-24-14 at 01:42 AM.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?



    My first pro guitar, 1966 Strat (body refin). Got it in 1992 when I was in college, for $400 bucks, which was 2 months' rent at the time. Crackers and ramen for a looong time.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by TW59 View Post
    My 56 Blonde:

    That's what I'm talkin' about!!!
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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Peekaboo........


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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Banker View Post
    Peekaboo........

    Tease.....
    Shakespeare walks into a pub, the Landlord says "get out, you're Bard"

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My 60 Tele Custom.....




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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Banker View Post
    Peekaboo........

    Hmmmm .... a Blackguard?
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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    you just hurt every last one of my feelings.
    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post
    My 60 Tele Custom.....




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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by TW59 View Post
    Hmmmm .... a Blackguard?

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My favorite guitar in a collection that is getting more & more selective, is this '68 Paisley. A great Tele that gets used a lot as you can see.




    Last edited by lpnv59; 04-22-18 at 04:41 PM.
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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Banker View Post
    That a 1952?

    Could it be a little cleaner?

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Banker View Post
    Bloody hell. That's all.
    Shakespeare walks into a pub, the Landlord says "get out, you're Bard"

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