2017 Fender Japan Traditional 70s Telecaster Ash 3 Tone Sunburst & new Hard Case
SOLD AWAITING PAYMENT
This 2017 guitar is from Fender Japan's "Traditional Series" and is finished in striking 3 tone sunburst . With an Ash body, Maple neck & fingerboard, it really is a beautiful thing! It also features the 70's Logo on the headstock. It has been little used. This range were still available in the UK although in different finishes. They retailed at just under £1,000 and were sold with a thin gig bag.
The condition of the guitar is very good although I did have to repair two small dents on the front and one on the back. The camera won't pick them up and they are difficult to see with the naked eye as they have been filled smoothed & polished The frets have no visible wear & the guitar is a joy to play.
Manufacturer: Fender Japan
Series: Traditional Series
Neck Construction: Bolt-on
Neck Profile: 'U'
Scale in mm: 648
Fretboard Radius in Inches: 7.25
Number of Frets: 21
Fret Format: Vintage
Fretboard Inlays: Dot
Nut type: Bone
Nut width in mm: 41
Neck Pickup: Fender Vintage-Style Single Coil
Bridge Pickup: Fender Vintage-Style Single Coil
Control: Vol, Tone
Bridge: 3-Saddle String-Thru-Body Tele
Strap Button: Standard
Country of Origin: Japan
Colour: 3 tone Sunburst
Case included: Thomann Black rectangular hard case
As stated many times, due to courier damage, all my guitars are shipped in hard cases (usually new) this one being a plain black one. I do have a tweed option and these are a little dearer (extra £12). If you prefer that, please email me for details. If you are collecting, I'm happy to knock off the price of the case (About £30) & I may even have an old gig bag you can have to take it away in
If you are further interested in this guitar, you can either email me with any queries & I'll do my best to get back to you within 24 hours.
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