This Fender '52 Reissue Telecaster MIJ has ended. Check out the seller's shop, or maybe you'd like one of these:
Fender '52 Reissue Telecaster MIJ 1986 Butterscotch Blonde
Neck: Maple neck and fretboard with black dot inlays
Pickups/Hardware: One Seymour Duncan humbucker, one Seymour Duncan Tele bridge single coil, three-way pickup selector switch, tone and volume controls, and Fender Japan tuners
Cosmetic Condition: The body looks great, there's just some light surface scratches on it, especially on the back from buckle rash. The headstock looks great with just one ding on the top edge. This Tele is in excellent shape.
Playability: The strings are at a medium-low height, play with ease, and fret with minimal buzzing.
Modifications: non-original pickups
Weight: 10lbs 10oz
Case: Non-original hardshell
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About The Seller
Chicago Music Exchange
Joined Reverb: Oct 25, 2012