Fender Limited Edition Classic 69 Telecaster Guitar

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    Inspired by the burgeoning psychedelic music scene, the eye-catching ’69 Pink Paisley Telecaster certainly raised a few eyebrows on its release in the late ‘60s. this dazzling guitar was a reflection of the exciting, experimental times in which it was made. While the visual style may have been new, the sound of the ’69 Pink Paisley Telecaster was—and is—unmistakably Fender.

    The ’69 Pink Paisley Telecaster has all the Tele twang and bite you’ve grown to love, courtesy of the pair of vintage-style single-coil Tele pickups. The traditional control complement—master volume, tone and a three-position pickup switch—shape the pickups’ voice to match your sonic vision. The American Vintage three-saddle string-through-body bridge offers chrome barrel saddles for classic Fender tone. Topped by a vintage-accurate 7.25”-radius maple fingerboard, the comfortable “Slim C”-shaped one-piece maple neck hosts 21 vintage frets and a synthetic bone nut.

    Chromed hardware, cast/sealed Gotoh tuning machines and a four-bolt neck plate; all the classic appointments that made a Telecaster shine on stage under the spotlights are here. Straddling the line between instrument and art, the ’69 Pink Paisley Telecaster is a stunning example of Fender’s legacy of eye-catching aesthetics.

    Product Specifications
    Fender Limited Edition Classic 69 Telecaster Guitar Specifications
    • Series: Classic
    • Body Material: Basswood
    • Body Finish: Polyester
    • Neck: 1-Piece Maple, “Slim C”
    • Neck Finish: Polyester
    • Fingerboard: Maple, 7.25” (184.1 mm)
    • Frets: 21, Vintage-Style
    • Position Inlays: Black Dot (Maple)
    • Nut (Material/Width): Synthetic Bone, 1.650” (42 mm)
    • Tuning Machines: Fender Vintage-Style
    • Scale Length: 25.5” (648 mm)
    • Bridge: 3-Saddle American Vintage Strings-Through-Body Tele with Chrome Barrel Saddles
    • Pickguard: Clear
    • Pickups: Vintage-Style Single-Coil Tele (Bridge), Vintage Style Single-Coil
    • Tele (Neck)Pickup Switching: 3-Position Blade: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup
    • Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
    • Control Knobs: Knurled Flat-Top
    • Hardware Finish: Nickel/Chrome
    • Strings: NPS, .009-.042 Gauges
    • Case/Gig Bag: Sold separately
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  (800) 856-9801 Warranty:  Custom Shop: Limited 2 Years; Stringed Instruments: Limited 2 Years; Electronic Products: Limited 2 Years; Fortis: 5 Year Limited, Transferable; Accessories: 1 Year Limited; IEM: Limited 1 Year; Vacuum Tubes: 90 Days
    Mike
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    Amazing structural quality with junk electric components.
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    Fit and finish is first rate. Equal or better than US Standard guitars. Pickups , switch and pots are garbage. They are not even OK, they are horrible for a $1K guitar.
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    Roger
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    Here are my first impressions of the Blue flower Tele. The fit and finish are superb. The neck is very well shaped and very comfortable. I use 10's and found I could bend notes without fretting out with low action. Tuning machines work well and the nut is cut just right. The pickups are good. They really do sound like late 1960's pickups to me. Lots of highs and full lows. Being single coils they are noisy but manageable. The pots and switch are really cheap. Thr selector switch on my guitar was shorting out so I replaced it. There was no ground wire from the tone pot to the bridge plate to ground the the guitar properly. It's an easy fix but if your're not into doing your own repairs is can be a problem. The neck pickup pocket is very shallow so if you want to put in a Nouseless pickup that's deeper than a standard pickup you may have trouble. It's a very good guitar but it needs a bit of work to make it great.
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