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Solid Body Electric Guitars
Fender Solid Body Electric Guitars
The sheer beauty, playability and sound quality of a Fender solid body electric guitar has been favored by shredders, strummers and pluckers since the early 1950s. Over that time, their guitar models became the things of legends and have found their way in the hands of many iconic players, including George Harrison, Keith Richards, Jimi Hendrix, and Pete Townshend... to name a few. Today, there isn't an electric guitarist on the planet who isn't familiar with the Fender name - and as you can see from this section, their solid body electric guitar choices are seemingly endless.
From Vintage Teles and '56 Strats to Standard Jazzmasters and even '65 Jaguars- the amount of colors and limited edition models here could overwhelm even the most seasoned player. Of course, if you're a beginner, you don't need to dip too far into your bank account, and thankfully Fender has plenty of killer yet affordable options. Just take a look at the Standard Stratocaster HSH Rosewood Fingerboard Electric Guitar. Boasting a heavy and aggressive tone, this axe features single-coil pickup between two ferocious Blacktop open-coil humbucking pickups with chrome/black bobbins and a coil-splitting push-pull switch built into the second tone knob. Loud and versatile, the Standard Strat HSH will impress amateurs and pros alike.
Now for gigging veterans who prefer the look, feel and sound of a Telecaster, you'll definitely want to check out the American Deluxe Telecaster Ash Electric Guitar in Butterscotch Blonde. One of Fender's best sellers, this guitar combines tone, tradition and innovation into a rock'n'roll work of art for the 21st century. The compound radius fretboard makes for effortless string bends anywhere on the neck, while the staggered locking tuners ensure every note you hit sounds pitch perfect. Additionally, this modern rock powerhouse is equipped with NS Noiseless pickups to deliver a vintage Fender tone and response without the hum.
It pains us to stop at those two models, but Fender's selection of solid body electric guitars is so extensive, we'll let you do some looking around yourself. In fact, we think you'll agree that spending some time in this catalog is as fun as playing the guitars themselves - after all, Fender guitars are just as much a treat on the eyes as they are on the ears.