Fender ’52 Reissue Telecaster (1993) SOLD

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When Leo Fender first rolled out the earliest version of the venerable Telecaster (then known as the Broadcaster), his competitors derisively described it as “ a plank with strings.” Well, we all know that this seemingly humble instrument’s simplicity is deceptive and that the mighty Tele is capable of producing an amazing variety of music from jazz to stone country to punk to whatever the hell it is the kids are listening to this week (post-electronica?). This lightweight example is particularly vibrant and twangy — perfect for Merle-style Bakersfield country or Roy Buchanan’s brand of soul-baring blues. All original, with minor play wear and a cigarette burn on the headstock that looks suspiciously like someone was trying to “pre-age” the guitar. Ships in a quality tweed Fender logo gig bag. SOLD

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When Leo Fender first rolled out the earliest version of the venerable Telecaster (then known as the Broadcaster), his competitors derisively described it as “ a plank with strings.” Well, we all know that this seemingly humble instrument’s simplicity is deceptive and that the mighty Tele is capable of producing an amazing variety of music from jazz to stone country to punk to whatever the hell it is the kids are listening to this week (post-electronica?). This lightweight example is particularly vibrant and twangy — perfect for Merle-style Bakersfield country or Roy Buchanan’s brand of soul-baring blues. All original, with minor play wear and a cigarette burn on the headstock that looks suspiciously like someone was trying to “pre-age” the guitar. Ships in a quality tweed Fender logo gig bag. SOLD