The Fender Showmaster Tele's come pretty close to that...
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I do appreciate the humor!
That said, I realize that I may not be the norm, but I am one that has thrown my guitars across the stage plenty in the past, and done enough long distance moving, to justify a neck-off guitar. My Strat and Tele are already in Phoenix (shipped on the jet in my trusty USMC seabag), and now I'm back in Madison sweating the details of shipping my set neck Hamers.
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Fortunately I don't have to choose I love them both. O own Telecasters, Stratocasters, Les Paul, 335, SG, 359 and some other "odd" Companies guitars. I play Fenders & Gibsons exclusively. I prefer to select the right instrument for the job. When I play Hendrix(I try to do it justice but it's hard) I will always select a Fender Strat, when I play Stormy Monday I prefer either my 335 or a Les Paul. The Les Paul is a great guitar, but I really find it to be too heavey to play it all night so I generally will bring two guitars to a gig. Usually a STRAT & A Gibson
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