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The Candy Tangerine finish on this 1962 Telecaster is appropriate because it certainly sounds sweet! Greg Fessler's Telecasters never fail to delight me, because he has a way of imbuing them with an incredible liveliness that motivates you to play more expressively, and this'62 feels alive in your hands! It's definitely one of those spongey sounding Teles with a delightful brand of vintage-style sag on the attack. After the initial pick strike, you get lovely bell-like note bloom across the board. The neck pickup is uncommonly open and vibrant, and it has more harmonic color than normal in the high-end. It also has broad, throaty midrange and warm, smooth bass response. The bridge pickup has plenty of snarl and bite in the mids to go with chiming, clanging highs and woody, round lows. This guitar could be a spectacular twang machine in the hands of a country picker looking for the smooth brand of compression offered by a rosewood fretboard, but its colorful harmonic response and three-dimensional sound allow it to work well in any genre that requires classic Fender tone.