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Just in on trade. The Vintage Hot Rod '52 is equipped with a some great features for a vintage vibe with improved versatility and playability. And what appears to be a stock, vintage-style Tele bridge actually has three compensated brass saddles for improved intonation.
The Vintage Hot Rod '52 Telecaster takes the best of old and new Fender craftsmanship to create a fantastic guitar built for the serious player! Visually very accurate to the look of a '52 Telecaster, it has a list of sought-after Custom Shop upgrades to make any Tele player drool. It's got a top-of-the-line thin-skin nitrocellulose lacquer finish that ages quickly and beautifully as well as letting the natural tone of the wood shine. The neck has been streamlined for smooth playability with a satin-finish back, 9.
Luscious custom-shop touches for modern playability and tone! The Vintage Hot Rod '52 Telecaster takes the best of old and new Fender craftsmanship to create a fantastic guitar built for the serious player! Visually very accurate to the look of a '52 Telecaster, it has a list of sought-after Custom Shop upgrades to make any Tele player drool.
Vintage Series is dedicated to the models with retro styling and tone. Body of this model is made of ash. Bridge section is equipped with a vintage-styled tray bridge with chrome plating and string-through construction.
Learn More. This guitar is built to '50s specs with a "U" shaped maple neck and ash body, but with a modern 9. This guitar is in overall very good condition with some marks around the body and pickguard as well.
In the late forties the Fender Telecaster changed the life of gigging guitarists as we know it. Gone were the problems normally associated with howling hollow bodied guitars and guitarists finally had an instrument that could be amplified easily and heard at high volume levels. Despite initial skepticism from traditional guitarists the instrument soon took off, to launch the solid bodied guitar boom. Stand out features include; the Seymour Duncan Mini-Humbucker at the neck, and a custom vintage Tele pickup in the bridge.
For the ultimate fifties Tele experience without spending stupid money, it's clear why Fender's American Vintage template is so popular. Two decades after rebirthing itself from the ownership of CBS, Fender has itself grown into an enormous, powerful corporation. Now benefiting from two finely honed, huge capacity Stateside production facilities, the big F is nevertheless nimble enough to offer constantly evolving variants on its two favourite guitars.