52 Telecaster

The Vintage Hot Rod ’52 Telecaster takes the best of old and new Fender craftsmanship to create a fantastic guitar built for the serious player! Visually very accurate to the look of a ’52 Telecaster, it has a list of sought-after Custom Shop upgrades to make any Tele player drool. It’s got a top-of[……]

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Left Handed 52 Telecaster

Die Modelle der American Vintage Series gehören schon seit Langem zu den meistverkauftesten Gitarren aus dem Hause Fender (die Einführung der Serie in den 1980er Jahren war das erste Lebenszeichen von Fender nach dem Ende der CBS-Ära). Heute hat Fender reinen Tisch gemacht und ebnet den Weg für[……]

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I’m getting pretty serious about putting together a Telecaster. I’m stumped on which pickups to go after. I want that real vintage quintessential Telecaster tone. I’ve narrowed my build down to an ash body w/ maple neck & fretboard, Bridge & neck pu’s only with two controls & a switch. O[……]

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The Fender American Vintage ’52 Telecaster is one of the longest production models ever to come from the Fender factory and harks back to a time when Cadillacs and Bobby Sox were just as popular as iPads and 3-D TV are now … This fabulous Vintage ’52 Telecaster re-issue from Fender is fastidious[……]

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Lotus 52 Telecaster

 

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I am firmly in the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” camp. Unless the sound is actually actively buggin you, let it be. I have a ’52 RI myself, but I also have a couple other Teles, and a variety of cheap to somewhat expensive guitars. Different is not necessarily w[……]

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Lollar 52 Telecaster

Alnico III’s certainly have a sound of their own, and after trying a boatload of pickups over the years, they’ve become my first choice in all of my Teles for both the bridge and neck pickups. While I’m certain that the Lollar ’52 is a very nice pickup, I’ve often times found that Alnico II pups in[……]

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Fender Telecaster 52 Left

Fender American Vintage ’52 Tele Left Handed Electric Guitar Features

  • Ash body finished in thin nitrocellulose lacquer
  • Maple U shaped neck for the fat feel of the original
  • Long-lost recessed-top ‘barrel’ switch tip
  • Vintage tuner spacing for truly straight string pull over the bone nut
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The enduring strength of the Telecaster® guitar is its elegant simplicity. One of the longest-running production models in history, it has been modified only slightly since its early 1951 debut. The American Vintage ’52 Telecaster left-Handed Reissue has a premium ash body, one-piece U-shaped maple[……]

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This Left-Handed Fender American Vintage ’52 Telecaster Electric Guitar is true to the original with a premium ash body, a “U”-shaped maple neck, and a 7-1/4″ fingerboard radius. As one of the longest-running production models in history, the strength of the Tele guitar lies in its inherent simp[……]

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Keith Richards Signature Model Telecaster

I received my CIJ Keith Richards model Tele from Archie Stone today. Got it at work and couldn’t wait to get it home to try it out.

First off, what a great looking axe. Nice white blond finish on what looks to be a 2-piece ash body with plenty of nic[……]

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