Why is a telecaster twangy?


In my opinion, it is because of the bridge pickup being mounted directly to the tele-style bridge. The bridge pickup being a single coil and a maple neck and fingerboard (although some do have other materials) also contribute to maximum twang. To me.
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Ask.com Answer for: twangy
having the sharp, vibrating tone of a plucked string.
having a nasal voice quality.
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