The Road Worn 1972 Telecaster Custom Electric Guitar features many of the options that were available back in '72, like an alder body, U-shaped maple neck, bullet truss rod, vintage style 3-saddle str... Click To Read More About This Product
The Road Worn 1972 Telecaster Custom Electric Guitar features many of the options that were available back in '72, like an alder body, U-shaped maple neck, bullet truss rod, vintage style 3-saddle strings-through-body Tele bridge, three-bolt neck plate, and a wide-range humbucking pickup at the neck and a traditional single-coil pickup at the bridge. Includes deluxe gigbag
Fender Road Worn guitars and basses come with a head start on history and bring the player the best of both worlds”a killer aged design aesthetic that conjures up the ghosts of past music lives, paired perfectly with the modern functionality, playability and high quality that players expect from Fender. Road worn instruments reflect the mystic quality of life on the road.
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Love those old Teles? Can't afford one? Neither can I! So this is the next best thing. Humbucker in the neck position really opens up the possibilities of what this guitar can do. You can get that sweet, warm sound. Then you have the single coil at the bridge, and you know what that can do. Think Steve Cropper R&B and Soul legend or Albert Collins blues great. Save some money buy a new guitar, with an old feel.
I have the three tone color sunburst - I use this for alot the slower blues tunes my band plays. I recommend this guitar for all players that are trying achevie that old tone through tube amps
To when your on stage or just practicing, if your experienced enough you can make your sound and tone quality a lot better.
Wow. The SH combination makes it nice. You get a mellow tone for the neck and a bright tone for the bridge. Very versatile.
If you are looking for a top o' the line tele, look no further than the road worn series. No need to shell out the extra dough for a deluxe.
This guitar is unbelievable. For the style of music i play, it is perfect. It can have both a sweet soft tone or the typical twangy sound. If you play Jazz, Bluegrass or Blues this should be he first on your list. The slightly corroded pickups and hardware on the guitar give it a sound that is extremely hard t come by.
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