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Vintage Bench Test: 1950 Fender Broadcaster – Broadcast Quality

The roots may be showing on this old blonde, but it sure can sing. Huw Price surfs the airwaves with one of Fender’s first guitars: a 1950 Broadcaster…
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Leo Fender: The guitar genius who couldn’t play a note

On what would have been his 110th birthday, we look back at the life and times of Clarence Leonidas "Leo" Fender – the man whose maverick approach to guitar and amplifier design changed music forever.
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Black Midi, Foals, The 1975 shortlisted for Mercury Prize 2019

It's another good year for guitar-driven rock bands.
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Monty’s Guitars releases Originals Series pickups

The new range provides accurate sonic reproductions of real vintage pickups.

25 Fender Telecaster tips, mods and upgrades

For some players, Leo Fender’s plank was perfect from the get-go. The Tele also happens to be one of the best modding platforms in all of Guitardom. Get your screwdrivers out...
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10 best Tele-style electric guitars

Our picks of the best T-style electric guitars that are available today, from Fender’s own range to top-of-the-line boutique models.
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An oral history of the Fender Stratocaster

We chart the development of an icon of mid-century modern design and hear from the people who witnessed its development and evolution first-hand.

10 best Telecaster neck pickups

For seven decades, Fender’s Telecaster has been a stone-cold classic. However, there’s always scope for a mod or two – so here’s our guide to the best replacement Tele neck pickups currently on the market.
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10 best Telecaster bridge pickups

A selection of vintage and modern bridge single-coils for Telecasters.
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From Les Paul to Rob Chapman: The history of signature guitars

What do Slash, Les Paul, Eric Clapton, Mary Kaye, Dave Grohl and St. Vincent have in common? The clue’s in the name… Here, we take a look at the history of signature guitars
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