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    '65 Custom Colors

    Did Fender produce any Sherwood Green Metallic Stratocasters in the mid-60s, or are the examples we see today just faded Lake Placid Blue guitars?
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    Hanky Panky _was_ a Gretsch Nashville. The other...

    Hanky Panky _was_ a Gretsch Nashville. The other stuff was Jazzmaster, I think. Add this to the list:

    1960, "The Lightnin' Fingers of Roy Clark," Capitol Records Album by Roy Clark...especially...
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    James Jamerson and Joe Osborn used flats. Hmm?...

    James Jamerson and Joe Osborn used flats. Hmm? Those guys sounded great. Osborn never, ever changed his strings, either. He had one set on his bass...admittedly a Jazz Bass...for about 40 years.
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    I have the Seymour Duncan on my bass. It sounds...

    I have the Seymour Duncan on my bass. It sounds great.
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    Nice '75. I always liked the mid-70s Precisions....

    Nice '75. I always liked the mid-70s Precisions. They worked for me.
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    I first walked into a Fender dealer's store in...

    I first walked into a Fender dealer's store in SOCAL in 1962, or early 1963. I have never been the same. My father prepared me for the experience as we walked to the store across the lot by saying,...
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    The wood strat is giving me a sparkly.

    The wood strat is giving me a sparkly.
  8. Every Japanese-made Telecaster Custom I have...

    Every Japanese-made Telecaster Custom I have played has been a winner. Great guitar you picked up.
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    The Twin Reverb is an 85 watt amp. There were...

    The Twin Reverb is an 85 watt amp. There were other versions in the 70s, i.e., "The Twin," and such that produced 135 watts. They are all loud as heck! The prices are right on all of them,...
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    Yes. The stock speakers actually aren't bad. ...

    Yes. The stock speakers actually aren't bad. The clean channel is great, by the way. The drive channel...meh. I managed the HRDs for a touring band ten years ago...two of them. One guitarist...
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    Twin Reverbs are superb amps for playing...

    Twin Reverbs are superb amps for playing outdoors. I've done it through the years...so has just about everybody else. You can get a 70s Twin Reverb second hand for a steal, these days. People seem...
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    To hear the Big Muff in action, I suggest going...

    To hear the Big Muff in action, I suggest going to YouTube and listening to Jim McCarty playing a Les Paul Standard into a Big Muff into a Marshall 100 Stack on "Long Tall Sally," by Cactus. The...
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    You can download build instructions for a big...

    You can download build instructions for a big muff pedal at Build Your Own Clone. They have for years sold a clone kit, The Large Beaver, that nails the BM. You can consult the instructions at the...
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    It's just like the Squier 15, I believe. It's a...

    It's just like the Squier 15, I believe. It's a reasonable little bedroom, solid-state amp. Does it have the tone of, say, a Champion 600 or a Champ? No way. (I can plug in and make the comparison...
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    One reason you cannot keep them straight is that...

    One reason you cannot keep them straight is that they were the earliest Fender guitars (uh, the Esquire really counts as a Telecaster, in this instance). In point of fact, and I say this as someone...
  16. I think SAguitar sounds correct, but I think...

    I think SAguitar sounds correct, but I think those C necked guitars on Japanese Stratocasters actually have the old 7.25" radius that all Fenders had from 1950 until CBS sold Fender. The Japanese...
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    I hate to "necropost" and revive an old thread,...

    I hate to "necropost" and revive an old thread, but what the heck--pop culture seems to be all about all things zombie. The 7025 was a special designation, from the heyday of the tube era, given to...
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