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Best of all, its a true pro-line instrument with features such as Sperzel locking tuners, active EMG-85 and EMG-60 humbuckers, Tone Pros locking bridge and tailpiece, set-neck construction, and ultra comfortable with a body that's thinner than a regular LP style and nicely contoured in all the right places.

Not a 10 top but on another day I think it could have made the grade. Neck/middle pickups are Vintage Noiseless, which were Fender's premium pickups for the era and still preferred over many players today due to their traditional tone, but without the hum of vintage single coils - plus this HSS model had Fender's "new" DH-1 "Enforcer" humbucker in the bridge for the best of both worlds. I think Music Man is among the cream of the crop for American made guitars. Features include African mahogany body with high gloss poly finish, Music Man Modern tremolo with vintage bent steel saddles, 3-play black pickguard, 25.5" scale, 10" fretboard radius, 22 tall/medium stainless steel frets, 1-5/8" nut width, select natural-aged maple neck with rounded back and satin poly finish, select rosewood fretboard, Schaller M6 locking tuners with 4/2 headstock configuration, 5-bolt neck attachment for perfect alignment and zero shifting, sculpted neck joint for smooth access to higher frets, electronic Shielding Chrome plated aluminum control cover, 500kohm volume and tone pots with .022F tone capacitor, 3-way toggle pickup selector and a pair of Music Man custom wound humbuckers with chrome covers.

Best I can figure, the USA Professional series replaced the Highway One, remaining the best value in an American Tele.

The only structural difference I can see, and one I like, is the gloss finish body on the USA Professional instead of the Highways satin body.

I dont know if they still make the HS models any longer but the current American Professionals are running $1449. This clean used set has full length leads and includes screws and spacers. The design and specs allow for simply draping over the top and resting on grill cloth if you prefer to not use a mic stand. Excels at close micing, easy to work with live or in the studio.

Get this one, in pristine condition for just $699(HOLD-Todd S 2/12). Fender Generation 4 Tele Noiseless Pickup Set, (stock pic). Even more authentic vintage tone, without the noise. Features include rugged metal body, advanced shock-mount design, super-cardioid pick-up pattern, and hum compensating coil. Quality Pedaltrain board with a durable padded gig bag made of cordura nylon, with adjustable shoulder strap and gusseted exterior storage pocket for cables, straps, etc.

Features end handle for 2-man carry or pulling out of a van as well as wheels for easy transport. Not sure why PRS gave this model its own name, Special 22 when its simply a Custom 22 with a middle pickup. Pickups are 245s in the neck and bridge, with a Lindy Fralin single coil in the middle, controlled by (thankfully) a 5-way blade switch. Other features are figured maple top over mahogany body, Pattern (Wide/Fat) neck shape, East Indian rosewood fretboard with Outline bird inlays, nickel hardware, PRS tremolo bridge, Phase II locking tuners, master volume and master tone. A few clear coat indents or scratches but nothing through to the wood. Ernie Ball Music Man Stingray Guitar, (front), (back), (headstock), (extra guard), (case).

It plays easily with low action and with the Fralin pickup it has a sweeter selection of single coil tones. Super clean - modern take on the old Stingray 1, first released in 1976 along with the Stingray Bass.

This one even comes with an extra pickguard in black pearl, in case the all-black motif isnt to your liking. Dont spend $1599 on a new one when you can have this beauty, with an extra pickguard, for $1099.