How much mojo can a guitar have? With this specimen, the Fender team has clearly answered this question with "yes". Here is everything that makes a rat hotrod Telecaster. The look in White Blonde and black pickguard is in conjunction with the Heavy Relicing lets the rock'n'roll already flow out of the case. And when you take it in your hand, stroking the super thin nitro lacquer of the body and the stripped neck back of the Quartersawn Mapleneck, you suspect that the look doesn't promise too much. In fact, the guitar with the dream weight of 3.24 kg and the not-too-thick Nocaster U-neck profile swings from the first chord as if it were really 70 years old. The 7.25" neck radius, in conjunction with the 45085 vintage upgrade frets, provides a vintage feel with the best playing comfort. Sound-wise, you get the best of all worlds with the Tele singlecoil at the bridge and a Seymour Duncan Antiquity humbucker at the neck: snappy twang at the bridge, a great balanced midrange and fat lead tone at the neck - all with the unmistakable character of a 50s Tele. A hammer guitar that you really don't want to put down. We can offer it to you in top condition!
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