Made at Fender's state-of-the-art facility in Corona, California, the 62 Custom Telecaster Electric Guitar features all the original detailing including body binding, neck shape, 7-1/4" fingerboard ra... Click To Read More About This Product
Made at Fender's state-of-the-art facility in Corona, California, the 62 Custom Telecaster Electric Guitar features all the original detailing including body binding, neck shape, 7-1/4" fingerboard radius, hardware, and pickups. Includes brown Tolex case ($189 value).
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I've been playing for 30 plus years and always been a fan of the telecaster. With the addition of this guitar to my collection I've finally got that indescribable classic tele sound. I modded the guitar with a Bigsby B5 tremolo, Callaham enhanced vintage bridge and a seymour duncan stacked vintage neck pup and rewired using the included tone cap to the newer tele spec. I seriously couldn't be happier. This the best sounding, most fun guitar I've ever owned. The small radius neck plays super fast, the set up from the factory was immaculate and the build quality is excellent. It's light for a tele and has great resonance and sustain. It's super responsive and the bridge pup just blows my mind with clear, punchy tone that rings and growls. If you're on the fence, go for it, this is a sweet guitar.
I took up the guitar about a year ago. I have worked very hard at it with weekly lessons. I bought an inexpensive guitar to start. About seven months into my lessons, I walked into a music store and saw this guitar and walked out with it. (My wife has foregiven me.) It is so easy to play! I have had a chance to play an American delux strat. and this is so much easier to play. To all of you beginners, if you can afford it, pay for a good guitar that appeals to you and fits the type of music you want to play. You'll be amazed at how much more enjoyment you will get out of the process. After a hard day at work, I can't wait to get home to play my tele. If you like Muddy Waters, Robert Nighthawk, and their brethern, you'll love this guitar.
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