Fender Telecaster

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Used Telecasters

New Telecasters

The Original Telecaster

The original Fender electric guitar, released in 1950, finally became the Telecaster in 1952. The classic design has been producing Fender's classic twang and lots of other great tones for over 70 years.

The Original Reissued

The famous '52 Telecaster has been reissued numerous times over the years at a host of different price points and styles. Find your piece of history today.

Vintage Refinished Telecasters

Modern Entry-Level Telecasters

The Best Telecasters for the Money

If you're buying new, the Player Telecaster is probably the overall best Telecaster for the money. But used Telecasters like the Classic Player Baja or any from the American Vintage Reissue (AVRI) series offer great pound-for-pound value, if you have more to spend. New to playing guitar? Consider the ultra-affordable yet well-built Squier Telecasters.

Telecasters Under $500

Best Amps for Your Telecaster

A Telecaster plugged straight into a tube amp is a glorious sound, one that lit a spark under rock 'n' roll, country, and blues. You can't go wrong with the Vox and Fender tube amps here—the Deluxe or Twin Reverbs, the AC10—or the modern modeling amps that offer those sounds and more.

Perfect Pairings for Your Tele

The Telecaster is a platform, an open sonic palette you can modify and make your own. Swap in new pickups, tailor the look with a flashy strap, or add new effects to your signal chain: These parts, accessories, and add-ons may be just what you need to level up your sound.

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