Product Ref: 12693
Featuring a classic alder body coupled with a maple neck and fingerboard, the standard Telecaster offers an incredibly resonant, balanced tone with plenty of punch in the lower mids. The lightweight alder offers incredible comfort, while the smooth maple provides quick and easy position changes. The modern ‘’C’’ profile is designed for an incredibly comfortable playing experience, allowing the hand to fully cup the neck and deliver a smooth slide..
The Telecaster is equipped with a range of high -quality components, deliver a profession grade performance to players on a budget. Its set of standard single-coil pickups are infused with the soul of Fender, offering all the classic tones associated with fender. A toggle switch, tone control, and volume control provides excellent tone shaping capabilities, allowing players to dial in the perfect tone for their playing style. The string-through body Tele bridge, synthetic bone nut, and standard cast/sealed tuners keep the guitar's strings stable and secure, enhancing sustain and resonance for the perfect performance.
The standard series of guitars and basses deliver the classic Fender sound and style at entry-level prices. Loaded with modern features and constructed at a high-quality to ensure players receive an unparalleled playability. Crafted with medium jumbo frets, an adjustable truss rod, vintage Fender bridges and more, these instruments are made for performances on stage and in the studio.
The rich history of Fender guitars begins with the Telecaster. An indispensable instrument, the Telecaster was the world's first successful solid-body electric guitar. Perfected after two years of development - and a name change or two - the Telecaster debuted in February 1951 and began its steady ascent towards the stage and studio. Ingeniously engineered with the ability to be heard both loud and clear, it was a marvel of simple design elegance and workhorse functionality. It is perhaps a fitting testimony to its essential original rightness that the Telecaster design has hardly changed ever since.