Fender Custom Shop Ltd Ed 50s Pine Esquire Super Heavy Relic Aged White Blonde #R105844

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Estimated ship date: May 17, 2021
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Fresh from the recent virtual Fender Custom Shop event we have this limited edition 50s Pine Esquire. Made from Eastern White Pine with a 1-piece Rift-sawn Maple neck and new compound radius featuring the best of both worlds going from 7.25" to 9.5". Loaded with a Hand-Wound Fender Custom Shop '50-'51 Blackguard Tele Bridge pickup and Full Throttle Esquire wiring this is one seriously unique sounding Esquire. Finished off in a new Super Heavy Relic nitro finish in Aged White Blonde. 


  • Super Heavy Relic® Flash Coat Lacquer Finish
  • Eastern White Pine Body
  • Tinted 1-Piece Rift Sawn Maple Neck
  • 1950 Blackguard Tele® Back-Shape
  • 7.25"-9.5" Vintage Compound Radius
  • 21 Medium Vintage (47095) Frets
  • Hand-Wound '50-'51 Blackguard Tele Bridge Pickup
  • Full Throttle Esquire® Wiring; 3-Way Switch
  • 1-Ply Parchment Pickguard
  • 1950 Esquire Bridge with Steel Barrel Saddles
  • Vintage-Style Tuning Machines
  • Bone Nut
  • Disc String Tree
  • Deluxe Hardshell Case
  • Weight - 6.70lb
  • Strap
  • Certificate of Authenticity

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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