Here is shootout of two sets of Telecaster pickups, one from Dreamsongs Pickups (www.dreamsongspickups.com) with the Classic Blues-Rock reference from Italy and one from Lollar Pickups (www.lollarguitars.com) from the US with the 52 T reference.
Here's the mobile guitar rig I use when I want to play in the park right next to our house.
Here is a video soundseeing of my beautiful Rittenhouse Telecaster (www.rittenhouseguitars.com).
Direct link to the m4v file: LCG-111-20110702.m4v
The whole Rittenhouse Telecaster Story of this guitar is there in 5 parts:
If you want sone more there is another video in french here and also an audio only episode with a soundseeing of the same guitar here.
On a glorious 2011 january morning, here it was, the parcel coming from Florida with the precious Rittenhouse Telecaster inside!
The guitar is very light, I need to weight it precisely but I am pretty sure it is the lightest guitar I have
The relicing job is very well done. It looks and feels old.
Do you remember Part 2 of my Rittenhouse Telecaster story ? Here how the body was looking before Abe started the relicing process:
Here goes another picture update with the relicing job finished:
It looks cool he?
Here is a picture update on the Telecaster I won back in December 2009 and that Abe is building for me at Rittenhouse:
As per Abe e-mail, the body is fully cured and ready for the relicing process.
Can't wait to see the next stage!
Note: here is the link to The Rittenhouse Telecaster Story - Part 1
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All this story began with a post on Muzicosphere about a giveaway for a Rittenhouse guitar...
Then one morning, on December 24th 2009, barely awake as I was checking my iPhone I see this Boxcar popup with this tweet:
I had WON!!! I checked, double-checked, triple-checked but it was for real I had won a free guitar. On Christmas Eve, how cool is that, he??! 🙂
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