Interesting topic on borer in a Telecaster with pics

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Interesting topic on borer in a Telecaster with pics

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Reading this thread on the OSG forum about a Tele that has been eaten by woodworm.

Some cool pics in there. Just copied one for 'yous' below

http://www.offsetguitars.com/forums/vie ... A6WOODWORM

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Oh man, I didn't even consider that could happen on a guitar! Who knows, maybe Fender will start making it an option for their heavy relic CS guitars!

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Hate borer :(

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Cdog wrote:Hate borer :(
Could be a good name for an industrial hardcore band.
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Fender's chambering secrets revealed!
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