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The 60th anniversary of the Fender Telecaster guitar was celebrated by a unique and unprecedented release of some of Fender's most collectable and historical instruments to date!

Originally named the Broadcaster, only around 200 of these guitars were crafted before a telegram from Gretsch prompted Fender to change the name to the now-famous Telecaster. This reproduction marks the first time the guitar features the original logo since its inception.

The Custom Shop Limited Broadcaster 2 Pickup model boasts a premium ash body with a Custom Shop Relic finish, a 1-piece maple neck, 25.5" scale length, and a 21-fret maple fretboard. The Flat Pole Broadcaster single-coil pickup in the bridge position and the Vintage 50's single-coil pickup in the neck position offer a diverse range of tones suitable for any musical style. Chrome hardware, including a vintage-style bridge with three vintage saddles and Fender/Gotoh vintage-style tuning machines, adds a touch of classic elegance. Remarkably lightweight at 7lbs 8oz, it's a comfortable companion for extended play.

A unique highlight is the inclusion of a handwritten account of the Fender corporation by George Fullerton, adding a personal touch to this exceptional guitar. In factory-new condition and housed in its original hardshell case (with possible minor wear from storage), this Telecaster comes complete with all the original case candy. A truly special piece for collectors and enthusiasts alike. Feel free to inquire for more details or additional photos to make this limited edition Fender Telecaster yours

2010 Fender Custom Shop 60th Anniversary Telecaster/Broadcaster

SKU: G37
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