Fender Telecaster Guitar – Crimson Red, Modern Parts


Fender Telecaster Guitar, Crimson Red, Modern Parts
Condition – Bell Cut Body, Fender Modern Bridge plate with 6 Vintage Stratocaster saddles, Strings thru Body,  All Parts- Fender Telecaster Slab Neck, Bone Nut,Vintage Style tuners,  2 Lindy Fralin Telecaster split rail pickups (Humbucking), CTS Volume Volume and Tone Controls/.0047 Tone cap. Electosocket output jack, Blank Neck plate. Great acoustic tone and rich harmonic tone  sound.
Case – Fender Form Moulded Case , Black
Serial # None  assembled  NYC USA
Sale Price: $1,800.00
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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