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Thread: Alvarez Dana Scoop Tele?

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    Alvarez Dana Scoop Tele?

    Is this one rare? I don't think I've ever seen it before:



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    I've never seen a 'scoop' on a Tele before, just superstrats. Cool!

    Not a bad price either for something funky.
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    Yeah I've never seen a tele scoop either. Pretty cool.

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    Pretty cool.

    And cheap! You must buy it.
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    I remember when those came out. I believe that was known as the "Nashville Scoop." At that price, you can hardly go wrong.

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    $300? Shit, Drew, WRU.

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    btw, what the fuck is the point of that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    btw, what the fuck is the point of that?
    Fret access? Uniqueness?

    I bet it's comfy to play up high on it.

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