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2007 Fender Deluxe Ash Telecaster SOLD

2007 Fender Deluxe Ash Telecaster  SOLD

When I’m trying out electric guitars, one of the first things I pay attention to is the acoustic sound, because it’s the basis of pretty much everything else tonal.

This 2007 Fender Deluxe Ash Telecaster has it all. It’s clear and crisp with clear articulation between notes on chords, all the high end sparkle you’d expect from a Telecaster, and a full sound all the way down to the lowest tones.

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1994 Fender Floral Telecaster Japanese Reissue (consignment) SOLD

1994 Fender Floral Telecaster Japanese Reissue (consignment)  SOLD

Here’s something unusual – a 1994 Fender Floral Telecaster Reissue, crafted in Japan. From 1982 to 1997, Fender Japan contracted with Fiju-Gen to produce a line of Fender instruments.

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1999-2002 Fender Floral Telecaster Japanese Reissue (consignment) SOLD

1991-2002 Fender Floral Telecaster Japanese Reissue

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1966 Sunburst Fender Telecaster Refinish (consignment) No Longer Availalble

1966 Sunburst Fender Telecaster Refinish (consignment) No Longer Availalble

The original Twelfth Fret offered custom lacquer refinishing, and this 1966 Sunburst Fender Telecaster was refinished in our shop in the late 1970’s.

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2011 Warmoth Custom Telecaster No longer available

2011 Warmoth Custom Telecaster No longer available

Here is a 2011 Warmoth Custom Telecaster.

The Telecaster has been in production in one form or another (including as Broadcaster and Esquire, and ‘nocaster’) since early 1950. Part of the brilliance of its design is its adapability. It can easily be customized in a myriad of ways and still work as a playable and reliable instrument. This adaptability has led to a large market for third party manufacturers.

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2013 Kelton Swade Relic 1953 (NO LONGER AVAILABLE)

2013 Kelton Swade Relic 1953 (NO LONGER AVAILABLE)

Here’s a very, very cool 2013 Kelton Swade Relic Tele 1953. Kelton Swade’s guitars have become popular with top artists who need the tone and vibe of a genuine early instrument, but don’t want to risk the real thing on the road. Artists using these instruments include Keith Urban, Johnny Hiland, and Vince Gill.

Picking one up and actually playing it will tell you why. It’s an outstanding instrument, well made and vibrant.

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