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A flexible new hybrid that dovetails with the needs of modern guitarists, or a clever way to sell Telecasters to the buoyant acoustic market? Time to put Fender’s big NAMM 2019 launch under the microscope…
The late guitarist's main axe until his untimely death.
The Fender Telecaster was the first – and many still insist, is the definitive – mass-produced solidbody electric guitar. Here, the people who introduced it to the world and helped turn it into an enduring musical icon tell the remarkable story of its creation…
Fender is collaborating with Jimmy Page to recreate his famous 1959 Fender Telecaster, 50 years after Led Zeppelin formed in October 1968.
This guitar is acoustic, electric and everything in-between.
Fender overhauls its most affordable USA-made instruments for 2019 with new pickups, a fresh lick of paint and plenty more besides.
It's the only bass guitar in the series so far.
On its launch at the NAMM Show in January, Fender’s Senior Vice President of Products Justin Norvell said that, “The Parallel Universe celebrates the modular nature of Fender guitars, splicing together DNA from various Fender models to create off-the-wall hybrids.”
The Tele Thinline Super Deluxe is another unusual hybrid from the brand’s Parallel Universe series.
The 8 March guitar auction at Gardiner Houlgate in Corsham, Wiltshire, featured a staggering array of desirable vintage instruments, but two of our favourites were beaten-up sunburst Fenders from the first half of the 1960s.