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From the beginning, Fender has had a tradition of leading the way in American guitar manufacturing. From the first mass-produced solid-body electric guitar to today's famed Custom Shop instruments, they've been at the forefront of both innovation and quality. The new American Performer series brings all that together, creating a line of fine, Made in USA electrics at a price that boggles the mind.
Launched in June, 2018, Fender's Player Series seriously ups the game on affordable, North American-built electric guitars and basses. With newly redesigned pickups, developed specifically for the Player Series, each instrument features a contemporary neck profile and fingerboard radius for easy bending and comfortable playing, whether you choose the maple or pau ferro versions.  With resonant alder bodies and a variety of finishes and pickup configurations in both right- and left-handed models, Player Series guitars and basses carry all the classic vibe and sound you expect from Fender. You'll also find some modern twists and features, with models ranging from the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, and Jaguar electric guitar to a Precision, Jazz or Jaguar bass guitar.
San Diego’s WAVVES brought their signature surf-rock punk energy (and a seriously rad Epiphone Flying V Bass) to their packed showcase at Clive Bar in Austin. We caught up with the band backstage at SXSW to tour their road gear, and talk about how Nathan made one fan’s day by raffling his Fender Mustang on social media.
With names like the Strat-Tele Hybrid and the Jaguar Strat, it’s easy to see that Fender took some of the best elements of classic Fender guitar and bass models and brought them together to create gear we could've previously only imagined possible.
Southern California-based L.A. Witch recently released their retro-groove-laden debut on Seattle's Suicide Squeeze Records. While the three-piece group manifests decidedly vintage-inspired tones on their album, their touring setup consists of a number of reliable, modern, road-ready pieces of gear. The band discusses a few of their favorite items, including singer/guitarist Sade Sanchez's trusty Lock-It strap that keeps her new Fender Jazzmaster right where she wants it, Irita Pai's preferred D'Addario flatwound bass strings and the Evans-equipped Pork Pie snare used by drummer Ellie English.

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