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(@yoyo286)
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Which one?

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(@ignar-hillstrom)
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Not really a great fan of Teles and LPs myself, but love strats and SGs.


   
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(@tim_madsen)
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If I was to play an electric it would be a Telecaster, love that twang.

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(@gnease)
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Both

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I'm not a fan of the Fender sound. It's to thin for me. Love the sound of my les paul, fat and warm.

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(@yoyo286)
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Cool Arjen, I love strats and sg's too! They're definitly my favorite guitars.

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(@yoyo286)
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Although I like the neck pickup of a tele through a small tube fender. :)

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Bet you can't guess what I put :P

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(@forrok_star)
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I'll say both also. Along with any other guitar you can get.

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(@moonrider)
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Where's the option for both?

I couldn't have just one ;)

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(@u2bono269)
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Both

The strat's so versatile and classic, but the LP is so heavy (sound and weight). They are both amazing. I wish I owned one or the other. I do own a Fender, but it's acoustic.

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(@dayzd)
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I take LP. I know Fender make damn good guitars but for me...I dunno why...but I personally can't stand the shape! I think the Telecaster is so ugly and I don't even like the headstock on the rest. Also they just don't give the right sound for me. Gibson I have no problem with however...

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(@fleaaaaaa)
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Strat all the way :P

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(@hueseph)
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I'd have to go with both as well. As far as Fenders sounding too thin, that is a myth Fenders can sound good an fat and everything in between. There are just some sounds that call for a Strat or tele. As much as I love the Les Paul sound, they're fairly limited in tone possibilities. And though it takes some work to quiet the single coil beast, there are some sweet tones you can get from those twangers.

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(@vic-lewis-vl)
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Would you rather listen to Clapton playing Blackie, Marc Bolan playing the Red Les Paul, Angus beating the hell out of an SG, or Frank Rossi with his green tele.....in the end it's all down to personal preferences and taste.... me, I'd stack 'em on the stereo and hit the "Random" button....

And it's just the same with guitars, whatever feels good in your hands.... had an Epiphone LP once, had to sell it when times where rough.... wish I could track it down now and buy it back.....

I'll stick with my Squier Strat and Tele if it's all the same to you....I like 'em, and they feel good in my hands....

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