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James Oliver on sharing a stage with Albert Lee, his love of Telecasters and why Skodas are better than Cadillacs

The guitar player doing his utmost to revive the rockabilly sound, he’s already being touted by his peers as the next titan of the Telecaster and now counts Jimmie Vaughan as a label mate.

“My uncle got me into one of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s last shows” Spoon’s Britt Daniel on Texas blues, Telecasters and three decades in music

With indie label Matador reissuing their first eight albums a year after a greatest hits collection that spanned their 27-year career, Spoon are taking stock. We caught up with the Texas band’s frontman Britt Daniel to talk about Thinline Teles, Klon Centaurs and the band’s new album.

18 best Fender Telecasters in 2020

Here's a guide to ensure you get more twang for your buck.

Tele Shootout: CBS vs pre-CBS Fender Telecasters

Much is made of the desirability of pre-CBS Fenders, but how does a 1952 Telecaster from the golden era stand up to a model from 1968? Time to find out if the answer is as cut and dried as you might think.

Fender, Guitar Center, Joe Bonamassa collab on two Telecasters

They're high-end replicas of Joe Bonamassa’s über-rare vintage 1955 Fender Telecaster.

Vintage Bench Test: 1969 Fender Rosewood Telecaster

Late-1960s Telecasters are not especially rare – unless they happen to have a rosewood body and neck like the guitar George Harrison played on the roof of the Apple building in 1969.

10 best Telecaster bridge pickups

A selection of vintage and modern bridge single-coils for Telecasters.

Up-close and personal with Rory Gallagher’s 1966 Telecaster

The late Irish blues legend loved Telecasters more than perhaps any other guitar, and this mid-60s example was his number-one slide guitar across his glittering career.

Singer-songwriter Laura Stevenson’s guitar playing is literally spine-tingling

Laura Stevenson’s album The Big Freeze is a powerful statement from one of America’s most underrated singer-songwriters. She tells us about her love of Telecasters, her fingerpicking style, and how guitar playing literally touches a nerve.

Interview: Emo rockers American Football are back on the gridiron

Mike Kinsella and Steve Holmes from the influential Chicago rock outfit talk about their new album, Telecasters, altered tunings and twin-guitar interplay.
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