My latest weapon in the war on peace and quiet is a Fender Modern Player Telecaster Thinline guitar. The F-hole is real, and the single-coil MP-90 pickups are unlike anything I’ve ever heard.
Playing “Why Do I Cry” by The Remains on acoustic guitar. The Remains opened for The Beatles at Shea Stadium.
A few of my traveling companions this past weekend: Fender Telecaster, Vox AC30 amplug, and headphones.
Doing what I like to do. That’s my brother Troy on drums.
When I recently discovered that I had more than a few stickers lying around, I decided that my Fender CD60CE dreadnought guitar was fair game for a few of them and proceeded to give it a new look. I’m guessing this is only the start, but for now, this is what my guitar looks like. The stickers I used were The Who (3), Propellerhead Reason (3), WZRD’s 40th Anniversary, and Batman. Long live rock.
I have nothing but good things to say about my Fender CD60CE, which features a Fender FTE-3TN preamp with chromatic tuner, volume, bass, mid, and treble, 20-fret sonokeling (Indian rosewood) fingerboard, chrome hardware, and die-cast chrome tuners. I’ll probably never need another acoustic guitar.