Fender Player Telecaster Left-Handed, Butterscotch Blonde

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Bold, innovative and rugged, the Fender Player Telecaster Left-Handed is pure Fender, through and through. Bringing pure Fender power and craftsmanship to the left-handed players, this Mexico-built Tele features an alder solidbody with a satin finish and a Butterscotch Blonde gloss finish. The maple modern C-profile neck is smooth and comfortable, home to a matching fingerboard for the ultimate playability and style.

This guitar is outfitted with a pair of Player Series Alnico 5 Tele single-coil pickups, giving you a powerful tonality that you can shape into your own sound using the master volume and master tone, along with the three-way blade switch. Versatile enough to handle almost anything you can create and durable enough to survive any gig, this workhorse is a trusty sidekick for your musical vision — available now at Replay Guitar Exchange!

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Weight: 7 lbs. 15 oz.
Neck material: maple
Scale length: 25.5"
Nut width: 1.650"
Fingerboard radius: 9.5"
Neck shape: modern C
Fingerboard material: maple
Frets: 22, medium jumbo
Country of origin: Mexico
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