Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster Electric Guitar
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A guitar with a cool aged look, feel, and mojo - without breaking the bank.
The Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster is an electric guitar that delivers killer aged look, feel and mojo without breaking the bank. This is a Tele that was designed using 1950s specs augmented by Tex-Mex pickups and 6105 frets.
Like classic cars or your favorite T-shirt, some things just get cooler with age. That's especially true of electric guitars-they develop an unmistakable mojo over time that makes them look even cooler and feel even more comfortable than when they were brand new. In that regard, the Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster is a true player.
Includes a gig bag.
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- Body: ash (blonde finish) alder (2-tone sunburst)
- Finish: nitrocellulose lacquer
- Neck: maple
- Neck profile: "U" shape
- Fretboard radius: 7-1/4"
- Frets: 21 (6105 style)
- Scale length: 25-1/2"
- Nut width: 1.650"
- Hardware: chrome
- Tuners: Fender Vintage Style
- Bridge: vintage style 3-saddle strings-thru-body
- Pickguard: 1-ply black
- Pickups: Two Tex-Mex Tele single-coil
- Pickup switch: 3-way
- Controls: master volume, master tone
- Strings: Fender standard tension ST250R nickel-plated steel (10-13-17-26-36-46)
- Includes a gig bag
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Comments about Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster Electric Guitar:
I ordered one in the Butterscotch finish. The guitar was delivered in fantastic condition. Unpacking didn't take long and a quick tuning led to a quick play of La Grange, that went off real well. The guitar is all I had hoped for. It has that "journeyman" look and the Texas pickups do it all quite well, from typical chimey Tele sounds to enough power to make my Blackheart amp breakup and deliver a nice rock n roll growl. The action needed just a tweeking adjustment to have it low and quick without any sign of string vibration. Also the D string intonation was a little flat but was quickly brought inline by tuning at 040 sharp. Bottomline is this guitar has the look and sound of a rock star.