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  • #22862

    Master Killer
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    Cheap Guitars (with some exceptions) play just about as good as expensive ones. It's your ability combined with an awesome amp that makes the difference.

  • #22863

    Master Killer
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    It’s a Teisco Tulip. I have a thing for Teiscos. Sure they require a complete setup and usually a modification before they’re playable (even when they’re new) but after that they sound amazing! I picked this one up for 100 bucks on eBay. It needs new frets (which I am gonna put on shortly), new strap button, and a new nut (it’s been ground down for some reason) but it still sounds and plays awesome. It’s got a really bluesy feel to it 1960’s early to mid as the former owner stated. The new was badly warped but I fixed that already.

    Cheap Guitars (with some exceptions) play just about as good as expensive ones. It's your ability combined with an awesome amp that makes the difference.

  • #22864

    Master Killer
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    Here it is with my other Teisco. The pre owner said this one was also from the 1960’s but it looks to be in too good of shape and hasn’t been played much.

    Cheap Guitars (with some exceptions) play just about as good as expensive ones. It's your ability combined with an awesome amp that makes the difference.

  • #22875

    superblonde
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    Do you check serial numbers when buying or do you just go for it?

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  • #22876

    Master Killer
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    I pretty much go for it. This one doesn’t have a serial from what I can tell. The Red hollow body does and the Hondos amazingly had the original stickers on the neck. These things aren’t that pricey, I usually buy em pretty beat up anyhow.

    Cheap Guitars (with some exceptions) play just about as good as expensive ones. It's your ability combined with an awesome amp that makes the difference.

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