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Fender Releases New American Vintage Series
The new line-up of model years span the '50s and '60s eras and, except for an equally improved '52 Telecaster, are all model years that weren't explored in the last American Vintage series.
Fender have boldly gone for a clean-slate approach with this series, so instead of a simple upgrade, the new American Vintage series has all kinds of new features.
Expect new thick and slim neck profiles, custom voiced vintage-style pickups, pickguards, hardware, even colour finishes, all specifically designed to reflect each of the guitars' historic counterparts.
Exploring Fender's roots is going to be even more authentic with the new American Vintage series, and new arrivals will be making their way to Gear4music.com soon!
Posted on 3 Sep 2012 11:08 to category : Instruments News
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