Sx Sss Telecaster.

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  1. cottonmike

    cottonmike Well-Known Member

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    Anybody else find this little number to be interesting? I kinda like it.

    Last week they had a Hadean SSS that looked like the same guitar. Different color, though.

    I'm thinking that buying my first Tele will be inspiration enough to get me to the next level of playing.

    Ain't that some kind of knucklehead logic? Ya'll ever think like that? I think maybe we should start a 12 Step program for this kind of thing.

    http://www.rondomusic.com/product9432.html
     
  2. cottonmike

    cottonmike Well-Known Member

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    GAS ANON.

    Who could we get to be the Exalted Ruler?
     
  3. kungphugrip

    kungphugrip Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    if i had more space!!!
     
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    toomanycats Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm . . . I actually don't have a Nashville Tele. So many holes in the collection.
     
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    lumberjim New Member

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    It's too cheap not to buy.

    You can't get hurt. If it sucks, you could use it as a parts donor. The painted body has to be worth a hunj.
     
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    Was tempted to grab one last time they were in stock, still am. The thinner 1 5/8 body gives me pause. Last furrian I purchased I ended up putting a fender neck on cause I couldn't bond with the stock neck. Love the color for sure.
     
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    that one for sure, and the HH hadean tele,..and the Agile offset sss,...and ....



    SX Furrian H MN Alder 3TS Semi Hollow Electric Guitar
    sold out first day I've seen it on the new items page. Wonder how many he had.
     
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    I've been looking at this guitar too! I've got room for it too
     
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    Almost had a Fender Nashville. Kid on CL had one taken apart & couldn't put it together. Had it posted for $200. We emailed back & forth for a couple hours & then he ghosted.
    This one.
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    SHit! I just saw planetary tuners had been in stock. I've been stalking those.
     
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    Yea I used to do that a lot to my sx teles some times put a p90 in the neck position
     
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    dabbler Well-Known Member Supporting Member+ Supporting Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Yup, lots of fun in those!
     
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    I bought the Furrian SSS last year when they got them in, I really like it, its my favorite out of the 3 teles I have. I highly recommend it, the color is great too, I put a pearloid pickguard on it, it really gave it a lot of character in the looks department.
     
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    I think I only thought is subconsciously I never said it or wrote it down.
    To get to the next level mine needed to be ash
    :)
     
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    I have heard good things about sx guitars. I haven't tried the telecasters but I have tried the LP Jrs that they put out. They are pretty good guitars and the price cant be beat!
     
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    Just noticed something interesting in the listing.
    My Liquid (3 P90) only cancels hum in position 4. When I have stated that in the past someone always chimes in to say that my particular guitar must have a build flaw if position 2 isn't also a 'bucker.

    But the listing for the subject of this thread corroborates this phenomenon, albeit via a different 3-pup guitar from the same maker.
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    nomadh Well-Known Member

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    Bonus for a zombie thread with an interesting point :)
     
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    Hmmmm... That probably means the neck pickup is reverse wound instead of the middle pickup. In your case, all you have to do is switch the neck and middle pickups, and you should have hum cancelation in the 2 and 4 positions.
     
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    If the hum ever bothers me I'll consider that!
     
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    I have a few three pickup guitars but I struggle with three pickup guitars. Whether I'm using thumb pick or flat pick, my natural strike point seems to be right on the pole pieces of the middle pickup. I'm bangin' into 'em all the time. I'm sure that when I was starting out, my hand always rested on the bridge and my strike point was immediately in front of the bridge pickup. I only take notice of all that now when I'm playing a three pickup guitar.
     

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