Fender American Telecaster HH [2005-2006]
Fender American Telecaster HH [2005-2006]

American Telecaster HH [2005-2006], TLC-Shaped Guitar from Fender in the Telecaster series.

iamqman 08/18/2011

Fender American Telecaster HH [2005-2006] : iamqman's user review

« Nice little blues guitar »

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Fender telecaster is a fun and spanky tight guitar. It is a good clean sustaining tone that is very different than the Fender Stratocaster town. You get us sustain that is a single coil sustain that is it over the top game but gives a good deal with the body shape that it is.

The features are pretty minimal and this guitar you have a two single coil pickup a volume control knob and a tone control knob. You also have a pick up selector switch that goes to each picked up. And that is pretty much about it when it comes to features wise for this guitar.


Fender American Standard Telecaster Features:

Color: Blue
Body: Ash
Finish: Polyurethane
Neck: Maple
Fretboard: Maple, 9.5" (241mm)
Number of frets: 22, Medium-jumbo
Scale length: 25.5" (648 mm)
Nut: Melamine
Nut width: 1.685" (42.8mm)
Hardware: Chrome
Machine heads: Fender deluxe staggered cast/sealed tuning keys
Bridge: American Standard Telecaster with six American Standard bent steel saddles and stamped brass plate
Pickguard: 3-ply
Neck pickup: American Tele single-coil pickup
Bridge pickup: American Tele single-coil pickup
Pickup switching: 3-position blade
Controls: Volume, tone
Strings: Fender Standard Tension™ Bullet® ST3250L, nickel-plated steel (.009 to .042)
Case: Molded Fender/SKB case included with TSA locks, glass-reinforced nylon trigger latches, and plush interior
Accessories: Cable, strap, polishing cloth, and wrenches


The tone of the fender telecaster is a unique tone that has a clean sustained town that is kind of a blend between a Fender Stratocaster and maybe a humbucker mahogany guitar. It's able to have a good ring to it that is good for blues music and country music. This guitar also excels it pretty much anything musically you can put it in except for new modern and metal tones. This guitar is made out of ash wood which gets a little thinner sound with it some maple neck. It sings well with clean guitar suit settings because of the lighter wood tone. These woods are brighter in the woods spectrum so therefore the grinding gainey distortion towns won't come out as well as a mahogany humbucker guitar. But when you put it in a mile overdrive or clean amplifier and this is where this guitar comes to life.


I highly recommend these guitars to anyone who knows a telecaster sound is looking for exactly that. At new these guitars come in right around $1100 which is a great price for an American made fender telecaster. These are exceptional guitars for dating musician or recording musician and I highly recommend anyone to own one of these at some point.