This is a Fender Custom Shop Double Esquire that has everything and the kitchen sink thrown in there to make it one awesome guitar! Under a Faded Aged Black finish is a roasted pine body, so the guitar is super lightweight. The neck is rift sawn maple with a narrow 1.63" nut width, '50 Blackguard profile and a compound 7.25-9.5" radius! A set of handwound '50-51 Blackguard Tele pickups are in there to provide the sound, and rounding things out to complete the looks is the Caballo Tono-style pickguard which lets the chrome neck pickup stand out against the black color. Make this unique Tele yours fast, there's not much else like it!
  • Solidbody Electric Guitar
  • Faded Aged Black Finish
  • Roasted Pine Body
  • Rift Sawn Maple Neck with 1950 Blackguard Neck Shape
  • 25.5” Scale Length
  • 1.63" Nut Width
  • 7.25-9.5" Fretboard Radius and Medium Vintage Size Frets
  • Handwound 50-51 Blackguard Tele Pickups
  • 3-Way Pickup Switch
  • Vintage Style Tele 3-Saddle Bridge
  • Vintage-Style Tuners
  • Nickel Hardware
  • 6 lbs, 5 oz.
  • .920" Neck Profile at 1st Fret
  • 1.00” Neck Profile at 12th Fret

Includes: Hardshell Case, Certificate of Authenticity, Case Candy, Paperwork

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Custom Shop Reissue Double Esquire Relic
Finish
  • Faded Aged Black
Categories
Pickup Configuration
  • SS
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Series
Finish Features
  • Relic
Bridge/Tailpiece Type
  • String-Through
Body Shape
  • T-Style
Neck Construction
  • Bolt-On
Model Family
Number of Frets
  • 21

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