Showcase X100/X100S/X100T & X100F Photo Thread - Please add yours!

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Lou Tingle, Nov 19, 2014.

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    Kyle
    Oh DAMN - how did I miss this? I was in bands and actively buying / trading gear when PRS got popular in the 90s. I liked them, of course, but never could justify the money. A good friend had (has still?) the Swamp Ash Special, and I dug it a lot, but when he offered to trade it for my 89 US tele, I realized I liked the tele more. So I had my chance, I guess.
     
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    Teles are my #2 favorite platform for making noise. I grew up loving the SAS PRS models I could play at Sam Ash, but never felt the need to try to get one. I just thought they were unobtainable. I went years playing Fenders and Gibsons all over the spectrum, and recently just decided "F it!'. I now have two US PRSi, after trading off another one last week.

    The next thing on my list is a Tele Plus Deluxe with the original Lace Sensors. Forever a Jonny Greenwood fanboy, and I sold off all of my Strat Deluxe's, and the one Plus I had.

    All shots with the x100F:

    39565132765_893456be8c_c. DSCF0885-2 by cxcxsx, on Flickr

    38579162750_d1de198faa_c. DSCF0873 by cxcxsx, on Flickr

    39678674954_1dc009d023_c. DSCF0862-2 by cxcxsx, on Flickr

    39795958404_192dd49ee0_c. DSCF0921 by cxcxsx, on Flickr

    I'll leave out the PRS SE's. While the sea foam green 305 is my Strat killer, the 98 CE24 just gives me the best feels. Going to be setting up new pots soon and debating going back to the factory 5 position, though a 3-way with coil tap is extremely tempting.
     
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  7. KillRamsey

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    Ohhhhh I know that Tele Deluxe Plus, my friend. A good buddy of mine had one after high school, the blue burst. I, too, get all misty looking at those, and would LOVE to get my hands on one someday. I have its next iteration, a '97 3 pickup model, probably the outright "nicest" guitar I have, plays amazingly well, gets the most use over the years. Used a good tax refund in about 2001 to get it used for I think ~$750? Previous owner had swapped out the bridge for a Fender Broadcaster, which I like well enough, but he left the gold lace sensors (with chrome covers!) mid and neck. I've thought of swapping them, but they have their uses. I rewired it with a standard tele 3 way switch, and put the middle pickup on the mini toggle, which means anytime you hit the toggle, you add the mid p/u to whatever else you had going on. Vastly prefer that wiring to the convoluted factory phase toggle / 5-way setup. And hell, the picture was even taken with an X100, so it's on-topic for the thread!

    8124801866_dec2506cb7_b. DSCF0367 by gordopuggy, on Flickr
     
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  8. Casey

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    That's a good setup for sure! I love the blue burst as well. I had a great ASAT in blue burst, but at the time I had 3 US teles, was modding some Classic Vibes, and my 66 Mustang. Unless another PRS heads my way (still wanting a Paul's Guitar, 513, and a few others), the Tele PD will likely be my next target. Amp wise I just parted with my Boogies, and have been jamming a new ENGL at the house that I'm loving.
     
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    Very nice, guys. I have a few acoustics, but I couldn't play an electric if my life depended on it. I'm a strummer and occasional finger-picker. Steven Curtis Chapman I am not.
     
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    Back to living in a Winter Wonderland. It was 63 degrees on Wednesday. Taken with my trusty X100S. WWL1.

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    I understood literally none of that :)  but then I also think that "I got a 69 Chevy with a 396, fuelie heads and a hurst on the floor" is just random words...
     
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