FS: 1975 Fender Telecaster Custom/Tranzport/EH Voice Box

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FS: 1975 Fender Telecaster Custom/Tranzport/EH Voice Box

Post by tateeskew » Sat Aug 13, 2011 7:53 pm

Here's a few things at opposite ends of the spectrum.

First for $OLD
Original Vintage 1975 Fender Telecaster Custom.
I am the second owner of this guitar and it has been in my possession since 1998. It was originally sold brand new to the previous owner in a small music shop in Southern California.

This guitar is the only guitar I've kept over the years as all of the others have been sold. I'm having a guitar built to my exact specs, much of it mimicking this guitar, and I'm going to let someone else enjoy this excellent player.

The guitar is in wonderful shape for it's age. It has the usual fret wear and paint chips around the edges of a guitar of this vintage that has been played. The original owner had Schaller tuners put on the guitar and the guitar holds tune wonderfully. Other than the tuners, it's all original from what I can tell.
Serial Number: 658106
Lacquered Maple Neck
It also comes with a vintage fender tweed case in "vintage" condition :)
$OLD
It's really tough letting this one go.

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$OLD ...Second, I have a Frontier Tranzport that I don't use much anymore in mint condition. Comes in original box $SOLD
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Finally, I have a brand new Electro Harmonix Voice Box. This has never been out of the box. My wife got it for me and I'd rather put the money towards a loop pedal. Save yourself some money on a new one $170 shipped. Info on the pedal and demo: http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/I ... e_Box.aspx
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Post by tateeskew » Sun Aug 14, 2011 4:23 pm

$OLD
I also have an original Lexicon JamMan rack unit. It doesn't have the manual or footswitch, but does have the power supply. A couple of the knobs caps are missing, but still easy to control.

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Post by tateeskew » Mon Aug 15, 2011 4:32 pm

Tranzport and Jamman sold.

Any takers on the Tele and EH Voice Box?

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Post by ckeene » Mon Aug 15, 2011 5:45 pm

A tele like that was my first real guitar back in '86. I worked all summer to get it and then got rid of it a few years later because I was a dumb kid. That guitar is pretty much my Rosebud.

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Post by tateeskew » Mon Aug 15, 2011 8:03 pm

Now's your chance to get it back! I make deals! Offer me something.
ckeene wrote:A tele like that was my first real guitar back in '86. I worked all summer to get it and then got rid of it a few years later because I was a dumb kid. That guitar is pretty much my Rosebud.

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Post by tateeskew » Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:37 pm

okay, i'm not really wanting to put that EH Voice Box on ebay. How about $155 shipped? this thing is brand new and still in the plastic bag.

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Post by tateeskew » Wed Sep 07, 2011 5:55 pm

Tele is sold.

Just have the EH Voicebox left.
Any takers?

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Post by grahamed » Thu Sep 08, 2011 9:44 am

Wish I'd noticed this before - I've been thinking of picking up a Tranzport.

Can you tell me what the range is on the wireless? How a far away can you get before it stops working?

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Post by tateeskew » Fri Sep 16, 2011 6:49 pm

grahamed wrote:Wish I'd noticed this before - I've been thinking of picking up a Tranzport.

Can you tell me what the range is on the wireless? How a far away can you get before it stops working?
I'm not sure as I never got it further away than maybe 25 feet.

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