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Fender Telecaster "Cabronita"

Postby (Zurdo) » Wed May 22, 2013 5:11 pm

if you don't speak spanish, you wouldn't know that "Cabronita" means "Little Mother fu****g Bit**.

No kiddin', a Fender Little Mother fu****g Bit** Telecaster with Gretsch pickups? Hello? Hola?
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Re: Fender Telecaster "Cabronita"

Postby (deaconblues) » Wed May 22, 2013 5:35 pm

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Re: Fender Telecaster "Cabronita"

Postby (Zurdo) » Wed May 22, 2013 7:27 pm

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Re: Fender Telecaster "Cabronita"

Postby (360girl) » Tue Jul 30, 2013 3:23 pm

Ya mean like this one? :mrgreen:

Mine - the day it was delivered at work
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It's a fun guitar. The weirdest thing, is that I never expected to buy one. I always blew off the Cabs, due to being a Gretsch nut for over 10 years - I figured they would never measure up to the FilterTron loaded Gretsches I used to have ( my present Gretsch is a 1954, Country Club, with Dynasonics). The only reason I even tried a Cabronita Thinline out, was due to the fact that I visited my favorite guitar shop out of boredom, and saw 3 of them hanging from the wall. Figuring that I'd see what all the fuss was about them, I took one for a spin. I was surprised to say the least! It was nice and chimey, when played clean, with great snarl when the amp's gain was granked up, to bring on the grind and the crunch. What was supposed to be a quick test (that I expected, would leave me thinking - "OK guitar, but I think I'll pass"), turned into an hour plus taste test, where I ended up trying out all 3 Cabronita Thinlines that the shop had. As a result, I ended up buying one. It sounds and plays just as great through my amp, as the one I tried out (and would have bought, if I'd been offered a better deal) at the guitar shop.
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Re: Fender Telecaster "Cabronita"

Postby (Zurdo) » Tue Nov 05, 2013 3:24 pm

all of a sudden, Fender and Gibson discovered Gretsch pickups! :lol:
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