Fenders 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... Click To Read More About This Product
Fenders 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 œF 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-shape maple neck with gloss lacquer finish, maple fingerboard with 9.5 radius and 21 vintage-style frets, three-position switch with œbarrel tip, four-ply white pearloid pickguard, vintage-style string-thru-body hardtail bridge, knurled chrome knobs and chrome hardware. Accessories include hardshell black Tolex case, polish cloth, 8 cable, strap and bridge cover.
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Comments about Fender FSR American Vintage '72 Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:
Having purchased an American Deluxe Telecaster in 2005, I already knew how well I liked playing a Tele. When I saw this one was a semi-hollow body with two humbuckers I had to have one. In addition, this one is made with swamp ash wood I knew the sound had to be great. The ease of playing, the many sounds you can get, looks that are beyond what a picture can take, and a much better hard shell case, are only a few of it's virtues. This guitar is capable of playing anything from country to medal, and has both a great bottom, mid, and higher sound. I'm not going to say I like it better than my American Deluxe Telecaster, since I feel they both have their own place. I will say that I enjoy playing this guitar just as well as I do my PRS McCarty. What I like about it the most is how the sound can change depending on the amp I'm using. If I play it over my Marshall JVM410H it can really scream. If I switch to my Fender Twin Reverb then it can get very warm and soft. I've had mine more than a year, and have no complaints.
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