Fender® is the name that started the craze. From classics like the Telecaster and Stratocaster to the Jaguar, Jazzmaster and the latest (and very cool!) Blacktop variations, Fender continues to make real inroads for players. By creating simple, thoughtful designs, built to go the distance, Fender guitars, basses, and amps created a legacy that has influenced the world. When an instrument or amp made in the '50s is still considered to be one of the best designs ever, you know you've got something special. In addition to the classic models, you'll find some amazing new innovations and upgrades every year.
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Here in a White Blonde finish, this Fender® Cabronita Thinline Tele combines 'Cabronita' stylings with Fender's classic telecaster design for one cool-looking and solid sounding guitar. Its semi-hollow Ash body is very resonant, and its dual Fideli'Tron humbuckers are impressive - the neck has surprising depth, and the bridge lends plenty of drive and twang. It certainly sounds different than most humbucker-loaded teles. The unique pickguard shape and vintage strat-style bridge add to its appealing aesthetic. Controls are simple here, only three-way pickup switching and Master Volume, but that's all you need with this Fender® Cabronita Thinline Tele.
This vintage 1964 Fender Mustang was built the first year this guitar was ever produced. This one is all original, and in Very Good condition - it has plenty of nicks and chips as you'd expect from something 49 years old, but it is still a vibrant cherry red, and plays beautifully. This has a 24" scale, with 22 frets and a smaller 1 1/2" nutwidth. No touch ups, the original frets and all the mojo you'd expect from a Mustang.
Originally favored by surf instrumentalists in the 60s, the Mustang found new life in later decades when punk and grunge musicians took a shine to used models for their (at the time) inexpensive price tags, unique trem system, and thinner necks. Players included David Byrne, Patti Smith, Kurt Cobain, Graham Coxon, Adrian Belew, PJ Harvey, Thurston Moore, Todd Rundgren...well it's an endless list really.This particular 1964 Fender Mustang comes with the original black and silver hard case too. Great guitar. s/n: L63802.
$1,499.99 Consignment item, sorry shipping not included. USED
This is a killer 1978 Fender Ash Stratocaster in Very Good Plus condition. This strat is a 9 pound, 3 ounce sonic beauty, all original, loaded with 3 single coil pickups, 5-way switching, Volume and two Tone controls. We're not certain, but it sure looks like Swamp Ash to us and it sounds fantastic. Whatever type of music you play, you can't go wrong with this classic. This has a few small dings (see photo), and a little finish checking, to be expected in something 35 years old, but structurally it's 100%, with great frets, a wonderful feeling neck and a really nice heft that just feels great. Nice sustain too. This 1978 Fender Ash Stratocaster comes with the original black hard case with orange interior as well. Serial# S898932.
$1,800. Consignment item, sorry shipping not included.
A classic - this Fender® American Standard Strat is stunning. Here in an iconic color combo, black with a white pickguard, it has an exceptionally beautiful Rosewood fretboard with hand-rolled edges (see photo), and an Alder body. Loaded with three Alnico V pickups, it has a copper-infused high-mass center block that increases sustain and resonance, and its satin finished Maple neck plays extremely well. Comes with a SKB molded case, guitar strap, and 1/4" cable. Versatile, comfortable to play, and loads of tone, this Fender® American Standard Strat is fantastic.
This Fender FSR American Special Ash Strat has some sweet features in addition to being a total classic. The Ash body has a vintage Blonde finish letting the Ash grain show through beautifully on this Fender Special Run guitar. It's loaded with three Fender Texas Special single coil pickups. Of course there's 5-way switching but the two tone knobs have Greasebucket Tone Circuits too - allowing you to roll off highs without adding bass on Tone 1.
This is an American made Fender and every inch is top quality. The Maple neck is super smooth with a modern C shape, 22 Jumbo frets with a 1.685" nutwidth and check out the cool retro '70s headstock. This Fender FSR American Special Ash Strat comes with a Deluxe gig bag and a free set up from one of our luthiers.
You can't beat the Fender Standard Tele for most genres of music. This classic, loaded with Fender Standard single coil pickups delivers the classic tone and twang with sure fire playability. You've got medium jumbo frets, a 1.650" nutwidth and super stable six saddle strings-through-body bridge. Versatility is right at hand with three way switching, Master Volume and Master Tone - and what a great vibe with the Brown Sunburst finish here. As always this Fender Standard Tele comes with a free set up from one of our luthiers. Case not included, but add on a gig bag or a Fender hard case for a little more.
This vintage 1955 Fender Esquire is a super nice, clean, all-original example in Excellent condition. The neck is dated 7-55. The original finish is bright and clean and has very minor nicks, scratches and play wear. The Esquire model, a progenitor of the tele, was one of the first guitars made by Fender, back in 1950, and was favored by Johnny Cash band mate Luther Perkins whose classic Boom Chicka Boom sound is instantly recognizable. Later Springsteen, Syd Barrett and even Paul McCartney discovered the Esquire, sometimes modding it with an extra pickup. This particular '55 is original all the way through, plays great and has that unmistakably great sound. The original tweed case is nice inside with medium wear on the outside. Serial #7980. Questions on this 1955 Fender Esquire? Just give us a call at 1-800-747-9980 or email us at - Jim B.
$19,500. Consignment item, sorry shipping not included.
A limited-run guitar, this Fender® American Vintage '72 Thinline Telecaster is a cool and unique instrument. Set up just like its early '70s predecessors, it has a period-correct bullet truss rod nut, three-bolt neck plate, and vintage style tuners. Even its two Fender® Wide Range Humbuckers have been voiced to sound like 70s-era pickups. Here in a three-tone sunburst, only a small number of these guitars have been made with this finish, and what a cool look it is. An f-hole, pearloid pickguard, and gloss lacquer finish further accentuate its aesthetic. This Fender® American Vintage '72 Thinline Telecaster comes with a hardshell case.
Superbly different, this Fender® Blacktop Baritone Tele has a truly unique voice. Rich, deep, resonant, and distinct, the sound that pours out of this guitar tuned B-to-B is all its own. Loaded with a humbucker in the bridge position and single coil pickups in the middle and neck, its configuration lets you dial up everything from rich and spacious, to straight-up twang. It has a 27" scale, an Alder body, and an exceptionally beautiful Rosewood fretboard (see photo). Here in Classic Copper, it has the looks too, with a hint of sparkle. Truly an original, this Fender® Blacktop Baritone Tele is extremely versatile. Case not included, but throw in a Mass St Music gig bag for just a bit more.
Sporting the classic 24" scale, this Fender® Blacktop Jaguar is a blast to play. Here in a stunning Candy Apple Red finish, it has an Alder body, an Adjusto-Matic bridge with a stop tailpiece, and a Rosewood fretboard. Diverting from the standard humbucker setup, this Jag is loaded with two Blacktop 90 single-coil pickups that rock. Great look, great sound, and a fantastic player, this Fender® Blacktop Jaguar is a good value. Case not included, but add on a Mass St Music gig bag for just a bit more.
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