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❌SOLD❌ Fender Telecaster Rosewood Fingerboard Blonde, 1976

❌SOLD❌ Fender Telecaster Rosewood Fingerboard Blonde, 1976

The Fender Telecaster Rosewood Fingerboard models appeared in September of 1959 as Fender introduced this wood to attract Gibson players. This was originally a flat-bottomed ‘Slab’ fingerboard glued to the flat top of the Maple neck, and the truss rod mounted from a channel underneath the fingerboard. In July 1962, Fender introduced new production processes to bond a thin layer of Rosewood to the curved top of a Maple neck blank, and this process is still used today.

Vintage
Price: $2,850.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌Fender American Professional Telecaster Deluxe Shawbucker- Discontinued

❌SOLD❌Fender American Professional Telecaster Deluxe Shawbucker- Discontinued

The current Fender American Professional Telecaster Deluxe Shawbucker maintains its heritage while adding a few new modern features. The new Deep C neck profile of the Fender American Professional Telecaster Deluxe adds more mass and an altered geometry that provides a smooth and natural feel that works equally well for chords and single note lines.

New
Price: $1,999.99 CAD

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Fender American Professional Telecaster Maple Neck

Fender American Professional Telecaster Maple Neck

The Fender American Professional Telecaster is based on one of the most recognized and successful electric guitars in history. Originally designed in late 1951, Leo Fender aimed to make musician’s lives better by producing an instrument that was versatile and durable. While the design of the Fender American Professional Telecaster is largely the same as the original, Fender wasn’t content to rest on their laurels.

New
Price: $1,899.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Modulus Graphite T Style Guitar Coral Pink, 1987

❌SOLD❌  Modulus Graphite T Style Guitar Coral Pink, 1987

Here we have another unusual guitar – a Modulus Graphite T Style model, based on the classic Fender model but with a composite Graphite neck and an EMG 3-pickup set! Modulus Graphite was launched in 1978 after Geoff Gould, an engineer with an aerospace company in Palo Alto California, was taken with the Alembic bass used by Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead.

Used
Price: $1,350.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Fender Brad Paisley Road Worn® Telecaster®, 2017

❌SOLD❌  Fender Brad Paisley Road Worn® Telecaster®, 2017

The Fender Brad Paisley Road Worn Telecaster takes its cues as a signature model from one of Paisley’s main guitars, an original 1968 pink Paisley Tele. The initial appearance of this model is striking – it’s shiny, silver sparkle finish is hard to miss, and complements the silver and black Paisley pickguard.   The one-piece Maple neck is much like many 1950’s models, and its 9.5 inch radius fingerboard and full profile is surprisingly comfortable.

Used
Price: $1,499.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌Fender 51 Telecaster PJ Parallel Universe Bass Blonde, 2018

❌SOLD❌Fender 51 Telecaster PJ Parallel Universe Bass Blonde, 2018

Here is a Fender 51 Telecaster PJ Parallel Universe Bass built in 2018, featuring a slab body with blonde finish and a Precision-Jazz or PJ pickup set!   Though now out of production, this is a new bass that still has its protective plastic on the tuner buttons and pickguard. When Leo Fender introduced his first bass in 1951 with the slab body and Telecaster style headstock seen here, it was named the Precision Bass. At that time, virtually all basses were both acoustic and fretless and this often led to inconsistencies in pitch. The addition of frets meant pitch precision, and in short order the Fender Precision bass had displaced acoustic fretless instruments in most genres.

New
Price: $2,600.00 CAD

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