Lovely playing by the way. Jonathan, Caseadillo - We are proud to introduce the first glimpse I continuously mute all strings I don't want to sound, all the time, both chords and lines, using both hands. I never "learned it" as such; both my hands figured out how to do it by themselves and it I've never heard any other pickup of any size that has the same tonal profile as what's in a GB Part of this is, I'm sure, due to the floating nature of the pup as well as the very hot winding.
We can't fault the Thinline. Its price tag is seriously competitive, and considering the guitar's attention to detail and expensive-sounding tones, we implore you to give it a go. For a lot of players, was the year the Telecaster Thinline grew up; the model was originally introduced to bring down the weight of the Tele, following a shortage of Fender's go-to light ash bodies, but the addition of two Fender Wide Range pickups transformed it into its own entity. Squier has now seen fit to introduce the '72 to its own range, and it looks the business, with white pearloid scratchplate, finely carved f-hole and Fender- embossed humbuckers. While you'll find the gloss-finished modern C neck across much of Squier's range, you're unlikely to find tones quite like the Thinline's anywhere else, certainly at this price.