Fender unveils signature guitars for Silent Siren

The two pastel axes are currently only available in Japan.

Fender's Silent Siren Signatures.

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After recently promising more signature guitars for female artists, Fender didn’t take long to deliver, unveiling two signature guitars for Japanese band Silent Siren – a Telecaster for singer and guitarist Sumire Yoshida, and a Jazz Bass for bassist Aina Yamauchi.

The Silent Siren Telecaster comes fitted with Fender’s Shawbucker humbucker in the bridge, and a vintage-voiced Tele single coil in the neck – controlled by a blade selector switch and master volume and tone knobs. The alder body, maple neck and maple fingerboard are finished in an arctic white, with the body sporting a subtle outline as well as an f-hole design. The bridge is what you might expect on a modern Fender Telecaster, a 6-saddle string-through hardtail.

The Silent Siren Jazz Bass again has an alder body, maple neck and maple fingerboard. The surf green finish extends to the headstock, and the body features a patterned stripe across it. The two single coils in the bass are Fender’s V-mod single coil Jazz Bass pickups.

The guitars both list for ¥112,500 (around $1000), and are currently only available in Japan. More information at Fender.com.

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