Fender “Naked Parts” Telecaster


Fender “Naked Parts” Telecaster, Dark/Light Brown
Condition – Excellent, Relic, All parts Fender neck Rosewood Fretboard, Lindy Fralin Split  Rail Humbucker Pickups, Aged Hardware, Telecaster body was Relic Festia Red Relic, Body has been Striped down to raw wood. Body stained Dark brown and 7 coats of Minwax Tung oil. Play Boy calendar Girl Added after 7 coats of Tung oil and secured under 2 Coats of Tung oil (Photo Area) Can be Removed. 3 way Switch, CTS. Volume and Tone Controls,  Electrosocket Jack, Vintage Tuners, Wilkinson Telecaster Bridge assembly with Brass Saddles,  Blank Neck Plate.  Low String action, Powerful Pickups with the Classic Telecaster Sound.
Case – Fender Molded Black Case
Serial # None
Sale Price: $1,200  Plus Shipping to Lower 48 USA Only

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In the 1940s, southern California inventor Leo Fender realized that he could improve on the amplified hollow-body instruments of the day by using an innovative and rather simple solid-body electric guitar design. Further, he realized that he could streamline the process of building them.

In 1951 he introduced a prototype solid-body instrument that would eventually be called the Telecaster® guitar. The Tele®, as it was often called then and still is today, was the first solid-body Spanish-style electric guitar to be commercially mass-produced.

Courtesy of fender.com


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