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FS 2009 Fender Squire Telecaster Tele Shoreline Gold with custom pickups, wiring and TKL Case

Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar:
2009 Fender Squire Tele

This guitar is a great player. With the shorter scale length and 9's, bends are a breeze on this guitar. Guitar has been recently set up and plays great. Neck is straight as an arrow. No major issues. There are a few minor dings and bumps but overall is a beautiful instrument.

The shoreline gold color is somewhat rare, I believe it was only available in 2008 and 2009. This is a 1962 reissue model

Pickups and switch upgraded to a 5-way
Shoreline Electronics custom pickups installed and Bill Lawrence custom 5-way switching onboard

Basically, this wiring follows the standard Telecaster schematic, but substitutes a 5-way Strat-style pickup selector for the Tele’s traditional 3-way switch, unlocking two new tones. Here’s the switching matrix:

· Position 1: neck pickup alone

· Position 2: neck + bridge in parallel

· Position 3: bridge pickup alone

· Position 4: neck + bridge in parallel “half out of phase”

· Position 5: neck pickup alone with 10 percent less low end than position 1

We all know switch positions 1, 2 and 3 from standard Telecaster wiring (though they appear here in a different order). Meanwhile, position 5 cuts some lows for a slightly brighter tone than position 1, which makes it cool for more prominent rhythm tones and jazz lines. I was sceptical about the value of position 5, but as I experimented, I found I liked it more and more, so I recommend you give it a try as well.


Features (from Sweetwater)
Category: Semi-Hollow Electric
Body: Alder (polyurethane finish)
Neck: Maple, C-shaped (glass polyurethane finish)
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Frets: 22 Medium Jumbo
Scale: Length 24-3/4"
Width At Nut: 1.650 (42 Mm)
Hardware: Chrome
Machine Heads: Die-Cast
Bridge: Vintage Six-Saddle String-Through Body
Pickguard: 3-ply parchment
Pickups: Duncan Designed„¢ TE-101 (Neck And Bridge)
Pickup Switching: Three-Way Switching
Position 1”Bridge Pickup
Position 2”Both Pickups
Position 3”Neck Pickup
Controls: One Volume, One Tone
Strings 9-42
Unique Features: Semi-Acoustic Construction, Distinctive F-Hole Design, Top-hat blade switch tip, 24-3/4" scale length

Modifications (if any):
Pickups and switch upgraded to a 5-way
Shoreline Electronics custom pickups installed and Bill Lawrence custom 5-way switching onboard

Basically, this wiring follows the standard Telecaster schematic, but substitutes a 5-way Strat-style pickup selector for the Tele’s traditional 3-way switch, unlocking two new tones. Here’s the switching matrix:

· Position 1: neck pickup alone

· Position 2: neck + bridge in parallel

· Position 3: bridge pickup alone

· Position 4: neck + bridge in parallel “half out of phase”

· Position 5: neck pickup alone with 10 percent less low end than position 1

We all know switch positions 1, 2 and 3 from standard Telecaster wiring (though they appear here in a different order). Meanwhile, position 5 cuts some lows for a slightly brighter tone than position 1, which makes it cool for more prominent rhythm tones and jazz lines. I was sceptical about the value of position 5, but as I experimented, I found I liked it more and more, so I recommend you give it a try as well.

Accessories (hardshell case etc):
Includes:
TKL Hard shell case
Original pickups. Duncan Designed
Original 3 way
Pickup ash tray cover

Location (City,State or City,Country):
Central NJ

Contact Info (No Phone #s)
PM me here

References (eBay or other forum userid):
I am on Ebay, Jemsite, MetalGuitarist.org, Sevenstring.org, Thorn Forums, HugeRacks, Marshall Forums, VHT Forums, Fractal Forums, Vintage Rocker Birds and Moon, The Gear Page, Harmony Central, RigTalk, Guitar Porn, Reverb.com all with the name Sevenstringer

Price (include currency and if firm/obo):
$299

No Trades Thanks

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