Telecasters are a dime a dozen. Everyone and their grandmother has one. Being the first ever solid body electric guitar it’s no wonder there’s an accumulation of a lot of junk. Tele-nerds know when they’ve got a real winner on their hands though. We’re happy to tell all of you boys and girls out there that DING DING, we have a winner.
1982 marked the first time Fender was to do a Reissue. Made in the same factory by some of the same workers on some of the same tooling as the originals, this beauty may be as close as you get to the real deal.
Ash body and maple neck.
Very good condition - gorgeous finish checking throughout the guitar, dings on the sides and a couple stains on front/back, and wear to fretboard near headstock. Non original bridge or pickups - pickups are ‘64 Telecaster Reissue single coil pickups.