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Fender Classic Series '60s Telecaster Electric Guitar
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      Fender Classic Series '60s Telecaster Electric Guitar (511034)

An affordable offering in the tradition of the Vintage Series.

This Fender Tele has the look and feel of the timeless '60s models and incorporates all their coolest features from the distinctive headstock and body shape to the 3-ply pickguard and rosewood fingerboard. Made in Fender's Mexico factory.

Includes a gig bag.

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Fender Classic Series '60s Telecaster Electric Guitar Features:

  • Alder body (polyester finish)
    Maple C-shaped neck
    (gloss urethane finish) 25-1/2" scale length
    Rosewood fingerboard
    7.25" radius
    21 vintage-style frets
    1.625" nut width
    Two single-coil pickups with alnico magnets (neck and bridge)
    3-position pickup switch
    Vintage-style 3-saddle, strings-thru-body Tele bridge
    Master volume, master tone
    Fender Ping vintage-style tuners
    Chrome hardware
    Top hat switch tip
    3-ply mint green pickguard
    Synthetic bone nut

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  • MIM Classic '60s Tele: Worth the Wait!

    As reviewed by Chris on 1/7/2010

    I ordered the Classic '60s Telecaster in Olympic White in December of 2009 and after a lengthy delay due to the first guitar being damaged in transit, I finally took home the replacement one in May of 2009. I bought the Telecaster to get a classic sound, and I wanted a relatively inexpensive guitar that was similar to the one Jimmy Page used in the Yardbirds and on Led Zeppelin I. I have nothing but praise for this guitar. The neck is very comfortable, quite thin, which is what I prefer. The finish was flawless, and it was set up well when we took it out of the box. I play it though a Fender 15W Super Champ XD most of the time (sounds amazing on Voice 8), as well as on a 60W Fender Hot Rod Deville. The guitar sounds great overdriven or clean, and has a classic vibe all around. This is the perfect instrument to compliment a double humbucking guitar. Also, the tuners stay in tune well. If it were stolen, I would replace it in a heartbeat. Overall, I am quite impressed with the craftsmanship of the Mexican-made Fender instrument. I honestly enjoy playing this more than my Gibson Les Paul Classic, but that could be because of the ceramic pups that came with that model. I'm going to swap them out for Classic '57s eventually. Anyways, I highly recommend this instrument! I do wish the Tele came with a gig bag, but get a tweed case and you're good to go!

    19 of 19 people found this review helpful.
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  • 60's tele

    As reviewed by Ben on 3/18/2008

    I wasn't sure about buying a mexican guitar, but I am very happy that I didn't waste money paying more for an american made tele. I do own an american strat, and so far the 60's tele has much better tone. It also has a more comfortable neck. This was an awesome guitar for the money. I just don't understand why mexican guitars skimp on the dumbest shit, like neck plates and bridges. Oh well great guitar

    31 of 46 people found this review helpful.
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  • Not The Fender I Remember. Leo would be ashamed.

    As reviewed by Bill on 1/26/2011

    I've been playing a guitar since the early 60's. My fist Fender was a 65 Telecaster. What a guitar. Absolutely perfect in quality, tone and durability. I'm now recently retired and I went back to tinkering with the guitar. I thought I would treat myself to a new Fender. What a mistake. This Fender Classic Series '60s Telecaster is simply taking advantage of Fenders once good name. I ordered the first guitar over the phone to take advantage of a gift card. It was delivered with the metal staples missing on one end. The box was sealed with clear tape. Inspecting the guitar, the open G string rattled (buzzed) against the first fret - something obviously missed during the made in Mexico quality control. I packed it up and sent it back to GC. They graciously replaced it. While still enroute back to GC, they sent out the replacement guitar. The replacement arrived, box was sealed properly and everything looked good until I played the guitar. THE OPEN G STRING RATTLED (BUZZED) AGAINST THE 1ST FRET - JUST LIKE THE FIRST GUITAR! This is either a joke or a shame. Either way, I'm finished with Fender. The other two reviewers either got lucky or they're tied to Fender in some way. If you're thinking of buying this model in particular, or Fender in general, consider yourself forewarned.

    6 of 24 people found this review helpful.
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