Fender Chrissie Hynde Telecaster®, Rosewood Fingerboard 2021 Ice Blue Metallic

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Main Street Music & Sound
Irwin, PA, United States
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Fender Chrissie Hynde Telecaster®, Rosewood Fingerboard 2021 Ice Blue Metallic

Telecaster in hand, Chrissie Hynde formed The Pretenders in 1979 and quickly established the band as a rock and roll powerhouse. Chrissie’s churning Tele rhythms have been the heartbeat of the band’s rugged sound from the very beginning. The Chrissie Hynde Telecaster delivers the unmistakable look, feel, and sound of Chrissie's treasured ’65 model.

The Chrissie Hynde Telecaster features an alder body finished in Faded Ice Blue Metallic Road Worn® lacquer, a custom mid-‘60s “C”-shaped maple neck with a 7.25” radius fingerboard - exactly matching Chrissie’s original, vintage-output Chrissie Hynde Tele pickups and a chrome mirror pickguard—all matching the unmistakable look and feel of Hynde’s treasured ’65 model.






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ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Mexico
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Pickup Configuration
Right / Left Handed
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Offset Body
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Number of Frets
  • 21

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