Body: Quilted Maple-Mahogany
Neck: Nato & Bolt on
Pickups: P90IV x 2
Controls: 1 Volume, 1Tone, 1 Toggle
Playability, 4/5 personally I love this guitar, plays for me just how I like, I use Ernie ball super slinky strings and although the action is not as light as other guitars, it's in no way high or difficult to play. On a side note, my wife's uncle hates playing it, he is used to acoustic guitars so feels the neck is too thin.
Finish 5/5 or 0/5 if you don't like the look of it
First off, it's not purple, it's red. No matter how you spin it it is red. Finish is fantastic, bindings are flush, looks unlike any Tele I have seen before.
The soap bar pickups are very versatile, the neck pickup is mellow and bluesy with the bridge being much fatter than you'd expect giving a nice tone when overdrive or distorted
The bad stuff. Pots go loose easily as there was no washer under the bolt on the outside of the guitar, easily fixed with 2 washers.
The name, it's a Tele but not a fender.
Cost to buy. I paid Â£325 same price range as an epiphone dot. But it's not a huge body guitar so horses for courses as they say
sent on the move using tapatalk