Fender’s American Vintage ’72 Telecaster Thinline guitar authentically evokes a historic member of the Telecaster family. Period-correct early-’70s details include a three-bolt neck plate with Micro-T... Read More
Fender’s American Vintage ’72 Telecaster Thinline guitar authentically evokes a historic member of the Telecaster family. Period-correct early-’70s details include a three-bolt neck plate with Micro-Tilt™ adjustment, bullet truss rod nut and vintage-style “F” tuners; with touches including Fender Wide Range humbucking neck and bridge pickups redesigned and re-voiced to sound even more like 1970s pickups.
Features include a semi-hollow ash body with f hole and gloss lacquer finish, C-shaped maple neck with gloss lacquer finish, maple fingerboard with 7.25” radius and 21 vintage-style frets, three-position switch with “barrel” tip, four-ply white pearloid pickguard, vintage-style Stratocaster strings-through-body hardtail bridge, knurled chrome knobs and chrome hardware. Accessories include black Tolex case, polish cloth, 8’ cable, strap and bridge cover. Available in Natural and Candy Apple Red.
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I have a small recording studio and try to have guitars that will produce any sound that's needed on a recording. This is also true when it comes to when I'm playing live with a group. My guitars consist of Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster & Telecaster, Fender Jimmy Vaughn signature Stratocaster, Gibson Les Paul Classic, PRS McCarty Custom Shop, Ibabez S770PB, and a Pre China Epiphone Les Paul. My only reason for giving information on the guitars I own. Is to demonstrate the quality I have and know something about good guitars. While all of these guitars are great, and have their on place in certain styles. I was wanting a guitar that was a semi-hollow body, since that has a sound all it's on. It should be noted that I had a Gibson ES-335, which is more than a thousand dollars over the Vintage Fender Thinline 72 Telecaster. Even so, this has to be one of the best guitars I have ever played, in both sound and ease of playing. I sold the Gibson ES-335 in order to purchase this Fender. The only thing heavy about this guitar is the sound, since the weight feels like your not holding a double humbucker guitar. Mine is the natural finish, and it is a work of art. This is a huge statement I'm going to make, but it's true. Since I have so many guitars, amps, recording equipment, etc in my studio. I have insurance on everything I own. Due to purchasing the PRS used, I wrote PRS on what the value was. They told me that $3,550.00 would be an honest figure for the price. This is nearly 3 times the cost of the Vintage Fender Thinline 72 guitar. Even so, I would let the PRS go before I would this Fender. If that doesn't tell you how great I think this guitar is, then nothing I say would prove it's value to me. You won't be sorry if your looking for a fantastic guitar.
this tele plays great right out of the box. Its light as a feather, the semi hollow body gives it air & great sustain. The wide range humbuckers together make for great chord sounds.I actually enjoy playing it unpluged.
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