The Fender American Vintage '64 Telecaster Left Handed Electric Guitar has all the best features of this pivotal year of the Tele which helped define that decade and the ones to come. The more rounded C-shaped Maple neck replaced the thicker maple necks of the ’50s and early ’60s, and were topped with a round-laminated rosewood fingerboard with larger pearl dot inlays.
This incredible accurate lefty ’64 Telecaster vintage reissue features a lightweight alder body, period correct staggered bridge pickup pole magnets, threaded steel ‘barrel’ bridge saddles, three-ply white pickguard with eight holes, top-hat switch tip, flat-top knurled chrome control knobs and more.
Fender American Vintage '64 Tele Left Handed Electric Guitar Features
Fender American Vintage Series
- Lightweight alder body with three-ply white pickguard with eight holes
- Slimmer, more rounded maple neck with ‘C’-shaped profile and round-laminated rosewood fingerboard with larger pearl dot inlays
- Pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound, with staggered bridge pickup pole magnets
- Threaded steel ‘barrel’ bridge saddles
- Top-hat switch tip and flat-top knurled chrome control knobs
The American Vintage series introduces a lineup of original-era model year guitars that bring Fender history and heritage to authentic and exciting new life. With key features and pivotal design elements spanning the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, American Vintage series instruments delve deep into Fender’s roots—expertly preserving an innovative U.S. guitar-making legacy and vividly demonstrating like never before that Fender not only knows where it’s going, but also remembers where it came from.
The American Vintage Series has long presented some of Fender’s best selling guitars. Today, Fender has boldly cleared the slate to make way for a fresh American Vintage series with new features, new specs and the most meticulous level of vintage accuracy yet. Rather than just replacing the previous models with different ones, Fender completely and comprehensively re-imagined the entire vintage-reissue concept—restoring original tooling dies, voicing new pickups, reformulating vintage colors and more—based on actual vintage guitars they tracked down to make sure it was done right. Fender did the work, and it shows, because there’s pure tonal magic in each American Vintage instrument.