FENDER ROAD WORN 50s TELECASTER Best Around - Read Descrip Blonde TV Relic 86102
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Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster

Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster

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Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Road Worn '50s Telecaster
Finish
  • 2-Color Sunburst
  • Blonde
  • Candy Apple Red
  • Classic Copper
  • Purple Metallic
Year
  • 2009 - 2019
Made In
  • Mexico
Categories
Body Material
  • Alder
  • Ash
Body Shape
  • T-Style
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Bridge/Tailpiece Type
  • String-Through
Color Family
  • Brown
  • Gold
  • Purple
  • Red
  • Yellow
Finish Features
  • Relic
Finish Pattern
  • Sunburst
Finish Style
  • Gloss
  • Metallic
Fretboard Material
  • Maple
Fretboard Radius
  • 7.25"
Model Family
Neck Construction
  • Bolt-On
Neck Material
  • Maple
Number of Frets
  • 21
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Nut Width
  • 1.65"
Offset Body
  • No
Pickup Configuration
  • SS
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Scale Length
  • 25.5"
Series

Overview

Crafted with features like a well-worn C profile maple neck and 21 narrow jumbo frets, pair of Tex-Mex Tele pups, and vintage-style string-through-body bridge, the Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster captures the heart and soul of a road dog instrument in a workhorse guitar. The worn nitrocellulose finish gets you all the swag and character of an axe that's been hitting stages for decades with classic singing Telecaster tone that's an easy candidate to become the centerpiece of your rig.

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