Leo Fender really did get it right the first time. The humble Telecaster was the first mass produced solid body electric guitar, introduced in 1950 (under the Broadcaster moniker) and has been in production ever since. The first guitars to feature the 'Telecaster' headstock decal where made in 1952, these all sported a Blonde finish, single ply black pickguard and 2 single-coil pickups that would revolutionise the musical landscape.
This beautiful reissue from Fender Japan is a stunningly accurate reissue to the real thing; all the vintage appointments are here including flat headed screws and brass saddles. Fender Japan also included a set of USA made Texas Special single-coils in this model for a little more spice!
- Ash body
- 1-piece maple neck
- 7.25" fingerboard radius
- 21 frets
- 2x Fender Texas Special single-coil pickups
- 3-way selector switch
- 1x Master Volume
- 1x Master Tone
- 1-ply black pickguard
- Period correct control knobs
- Vintage style tuners
Our TL-52 has had a life and it shows! There's a few scratches and dings here and there (pictured) but it wears them all very well! Freshly set up with Daddario 10's and ready to go!
We endeavour to describe all our instruments with the upmost accuracy, if you have any questions about any of our guitars please don't hesitate to ask! All our guitars are professionally checked and set-up before they are shipped out to you, if you have any specific set-up requirements please let us know and we will happily accommodate you.