2011 Fender Custom Shop 50’s relic Telecaster, double bound in three tone burst.
Absolute stunning player with a perfect light relic by the Fender Custom Shop team.
Stock 4 way switch so is Parallel Neck and bridge in P2 from bridge p/u giving a humbucker sensibility.
Plays wonderful, sounds and looks amazing.
Comes with original Tweed hard case with cert and tags.
Model: Custom Shop 50’s Double Bound Telecaster Custom Relic
Neck: Maple Nocaster U Profile
Fingerboard: Maple Rift Sawn 9.5″ Radius
Frets: Sanko 6105
Nut Width: 1.650
Bridge: American Nocaster Bridge
Pickups: Fender Custom Shop Handwound Broadcaster Bridge & Twisted Tele Neck Pickup
Controls: 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone Controls & 4 Way Switch
Colour: Three Tone Sunburst
Factory Relic / Worn
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