The origin of Fender electrics. Who hasn’t ever seen or player Fender Telecaster or a copy? The Fender Telecaster, colloquially known as the Tele was the world’s first commercially successful and mass produced solid-body electric guitar. Its simple design and at the tin, revolutionary sound was groundbreaking and set trends in electric guitar manufacturing and popular music, and especially country music due to its distinctive sound. The Tele was Introduced for national distribution as the Broadcaster in the autumn of 1950, it was the first guitar of its kind manufactured on a substantial scale and has been in continuous production in one form or another since its first appearance
in my collection are a few Teles.
1972 Fender Telecaster, Tobacco Sunburst with Bigsby
Here, new to collection a rare Tobacco sunburst Fender telecaster; in fact my second Telecaster; a rare faded/aged tobacco Sunburst Fender Telecaster electric guitar. Great 70s vintage, with all the trimmings and a factory fitted Bigsby on it. You won’t find many like this in such good nick. Great looker and a killer player, as you would expect from a classic Telecaster guitar. Collectible machine and great players gear with ounces of mojo and a great vintage feel to it. You can find Tele’s in many colours, however, the tobacco sunburst colour with Fender Bigsby a rare one, with the wear marks from actual playing.
Fender Telecaster 1978, Cherry Sunburst