|Serial Number||Varies as new; the instrument shown is 75958|
|Neck||25.5″ scale, maple neck with built-in maple fingerboard. Fender ‘Spaghetti’ Telecaster decal in the original style. The neck has a slightly full, rounded V profile.|
|Frets||21 medium frets.|
|Body||Ash body with classic vintage Blonde finish. .|
|Finish||Classic vintage Blonde gloss finish with the Neck having a slight antiqued tint.|
|Hardware/electronics|| VIntage-style split-post tuners, vintage single coil pikcup at bridge, humbucking Seymour Duncan ’59 model pickup in the neck position, three-way switch, volume and tone controls.
The bridge features a three-saddle vintage appearance, but actually has the ability to intonate separately for each string. Loosen one of the split saddles with an allen key, slid it into position, and tighten.
|Playability/Action||Plays as you’d expect a new Telecaster to, and it intonates better! The Fender design lends itself to fast adjustment for virtually any player’s requirements.|
|Case||Original Fender case included.|
|Comments|| NOTE: This instrument has been discontinued and is no longer available from Fender. This post remains for historical purposes only.
The Fender Telecaster has proven to be a classic example of an innovative, durable, attractive design that’s lasted for over 60 years for a simple reason: as stock, it more than meets the needs of its users, but is easy to modify and still work extremely well. This model has two basic differences – the humbucking pickup and the six-saddle ‘vintage appearance’ bridge.
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