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Fender Esquire Solidbody Guitar Blonde, 1967

Fender Esquire Solidbody Guitar Blonde, 1967

The Fender Esquire was the single pickup version of Leo Fender’s groundbreaking guitar, and appeared in 1950 with the short-lived Broadcaster, soon renamed Telecaster after a copyright notice from Gretsch, who used that name on a drum line. Structurally, they are virtually identical – many Esquires use Telecaster bodies and necks. The differences between the Esquire and Telecaster revolve around the single pickup. The pickguard is not cut, and the 3-way switch wiring provides a setting with a capacitor-resistor network simulating a neck pickup.

Price: $9999.99 CAD
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Fender Telecaster Bass Blonde, 1970

Fender Telecaster Bass Blonde, 1970

This instrument is all original, used as intended, 1970 model Fender Telecaster Bass in translucent blonde finish – the same kind of finish as on early Telecasters. Yes, this was white when new. This particular bass was clearly used for many years in smoky environments, before second hand smoke legislation cleaned the air in bars and clubs across the country.

Price: $4250 CAD
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SOLD!!! Fender Duo-Sonic II Solidbody Electric Guitar Dakota Red, 1965

SOLD!!! Fender Duo-Sonic II Solidbody Electric Guitar Dakota Red, 1965

Fender introduced the Duo-Sonic in 1956 as a short scale, budget guitar, and with the company’s sale to CBS in 1965, a longer scale version named the Duo-Sonic II appeared.

Price: $1750 CAD

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SOLD!!! Fender Stratocaster 1980 Maple Neck Black

SOLD!!! Fender Stratocaster 1980 Maple Neck Black

The Fender Stratocaster gained rapid acceptance following its 1954 introduction, and with updates and variations it has been in constant production.

Price: $1899.99 CAD

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