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  1. #81

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post
    Here's one of my 54 Strats.....



    When someone says "ONE of my '54 Strats", you know that's a good thing
    the faster we go the rounder we get

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by landminelenny View Post
    Here's one i had a few years ago. 1953 Telecaster, autographed, bought from Nacho and featured in his superb book 'BLACKGUARD'.



    I would be horrified if someone put ink on a blackguard but since it is Keith, then....

  3. #83

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    A 53 Esquire I had back in 2007.








  4. #84

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by kharrison View Post
    I would be horrified if someone put ink on a blackguard but since it is Keith, then....
    Yeah, I hear you but we can make an exception.

  5. #85

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    How about a red sparkle finish 63 Stratocaster?






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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post
    Here's one of my 54 Strats.....



    54! You got 54 Strats? Give me one! Come on for the love of man, man! 54 and I have none. That's why, he bought em all I tell ya...

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cogswell View Post
    I also prefer the Sunbursts, 3-Tone in particular. I think they can be divided up into "eras", the early '60s being my favorite. They have a wide band of red.
    I agree Cogs ...the wide red does it for me too ! ...here's a pic of my '63.


  8. #88

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    I am a 2 tone guy , old school !

    Charlies' 54 , is outta this world

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by landminelenny View Post
    Here's one i had a few years ago. 1953 Telecaster, autographed, bought from Nacho and featured in his superb book 'BLACKGUARD'.
    Who autographed it?
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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unbound Dot Neck View Post

    Charlies' 54 , is outta this world
    no doubt !

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    All nice! Here's my daily driver in its' original 1960 home...

    When you pick up the guitar, play it like it’s the last time.
    E.C.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Joe B. asked me to post these for him. This first pic is the guitars that he and Kirk Fletcher were jamming on in preparation for his Red Rocks concert, and the 2nd one is his original black maple neck, next to Clapton's original Blackie!











    Joe...jump in and give us some details!

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    what a thread !

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Thanks CD!!
    First picture is of my guitar/amp and general geekdom room when a great blues guitarist Kirk Fletcher and I sat and woodshedded some Howlin Wolf and Muddy Tunes..
    Second picture is when Guitar Center was so cool as to break out their black Stratocaster in trade to see the first Black Stratocaster ever made that myself and the ATC own jointly..

    What a day/days of good ole fashion Fullerton Fun!!

    Joe B

    PS..
    First picture..
    55 Howard Reed Strat, 65 Kirk's guitar, 63 Blonde over ash, 65 Lake Placid Blue, and a 72 Shoreline Tele...

    Second Picture.
    55 Howard Reed Strat and some black guitar formerly owned by an obscure English guitarist.. Eric.. something..

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Wow!

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    I love sunburst ...but that '65 LPB

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by CDaughtry View Post
    Joe my man, you tuly are are livin' the dream.
    If it sounds good, it is good.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    the '53 esquire just flew the coup yesterday, to some fruitcake called charlie. here's the thing...it didn't weight very much. a sweetheart of the rodeo.

    the stratocaster in the can has some slight water damage on the body (part of the reason it's been relegated to the can) here's the thing...like myself, production on that one began in 1955 but it didn't roll off the production line (like myself) until feb. of '56. BOTH the neck AND body are dated 2/56. that's me.

    hey y'all's

    the '55 stratocaster on the right; here's the thing... tonefucking believable sounding.
    "...the majority of owners are "indifferent" to the future PRICE of 'bursts." - F-Hole 11/17/14

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?


    Hi Gil in the mirror.I downsized this Gilvis just so people can see it a little easier,hope that is ok??

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Bought this, from the original owner, walking it into the Dallas Show, I think around '84 or '85...



    A '60, also bought from the original owner. All the case candy, receipt of sale and the payment booklet... (sorry for the big picture)



    1953...



    I've got a ton more of 'em, I'll post 'em when I get a chance.
    Achieve the Possible!


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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by TW59 View Post
    Who autographed it?
    Pretty sure its Keef.
    "That's what I love, man, to hear that backbeat popping, that damn bass plonkin' down. Jesus God!"-Duane Allman

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Wasn't the first black Strat was Jimmy Bryant's 1954 (Serial #0571)?

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by mbowen View Post

    Hi Gil in the mirror.I downsized this Gilvis just so people can see it a little easier,hope that is ok??
    I appreciate it.
    Gil's photos are often too large for me to see well enough to truly appreciate them.
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  24. #104

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    Quote Originally Posted by TW59 View Post
    Who autographed it?
    This fella.


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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    They're all nice. This one seems to call out 2 me...too kool

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilko View Post

    Last edited by RnB; 10-01-14 at 01:51 PM.
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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cogswell View Post
    When someone says "ONE of my '54 Strats", you know that's a good thing
    The grain on that thing is heavenly.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cogswell View Post
    When someone says "ONE of my '54 Strats", you know that's a good thing


    Here's the other one. It's a hardtail.













    Think this thing has been played in a few smoking clubs?





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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Only two...?

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by RnB View Post
    They're all nice. This one seems to call out 2 me...too kool
    Thanks. Bog standard sunburst. It's hard to capture the cool mint green guard that seems to glow in certain light.


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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My 59 Strat.
    JC


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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    oh yeah. I love the color of 59-61.

  32. #112

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    My '59:


  33. #113

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by mbowen View Post

    Hi Gil in the mirror.I downsized this Gilvis just so people can see it a little easier,hope that is ok??
    thanks mike. i was hoping somebody might put that one in the dryer.
    "...the majority of owners are "indifferent" to the future PRICE of 'bursts." - F-Hole 11/17/14

  34. #114

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    You need some real furniture , Gil

  35. #115

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    '54 and '61 Strats:


  36. #116

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unbound Dot Neck View Post
    You need some real furniture , Gil
    savin' up
    "...the majority of owners are "indifferent" to the future PRICE of 'bursts." - F-Hole 11/17/14

  37. #117

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    "...the majority of owners are "indifferent" to the future PRICE of 'bursts." - F-Hole 11/17/14

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Gil, how about posting these photos in a size small enough for us to see the whole guitar.
    Pauls to the walls!

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  39. #119

    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    And the furniture.

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    Re: How about a little vintage Fender love?

    Tastee pieces and placement , in b-town,

    welcome back home , G


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