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Fender American Vintage '52 Telecaster [2012-2016]
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Fender American Vintage '52 Telecaster [2012-2016]

TLC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the American Vintage series.

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Fender’s American Vintage series introduces a new lineup of original-era model year guitars.

The new American Vintage Series guitars feature thick and slim necks with profiles and edges re-sculpted to reflect greater period-correct authenticity, according to the company, with both maple and rosewood fingerboards, vintage-style frets and bone nuts; all-new vintage-style pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound to reflect specific model years, and specific periods within specific model years; retooled pickguards, parts and hardware designed to reflect specific model years (and again, even specific periods within specific model years), and standard and custom-color finishes re-formulated forn greater period-correct authenticity.

 

The new guitars are the American Vintage ’56, ’59 and ’65 Stratocaster models (’56 model also in left-handed version), American Vintage ’58 and ’64 Telecaster models (’64 model also in left-handed version), American Vintage ’65 Jazzmaster and American Vintage ’65 Jaguar. Also, the American Vintage ’52 Telecaster returns to the fold (in right- and left-handed versions).

 

The most distinctive features of each individual model are listed below:

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American Vintage ’52 Telecaster (and left-handed model) 

  • Ash body with slightly lighter Butterscotch Blonde finish and singe-ply black pickguard.
  • Large maple neck with re-sculpted U-shaped profile and rolled edges.
  • New pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound.
  • "Barrel" switch tip and knurled chrome domed control knobs.
  • Vintage-style bridge with three brass saddles.
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American Vintage ’56 Stratocaster (and left-handed model)

  • Alder body (ash on White Blonde finish model) with deep contours.
  • Mid-’56 thick maple neck with soft "V" profile and rolled edges.
  • New pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound.
  • Single-ply white pickguard with eight holes.
  • Vintage-accurate bridge saddles and tuner spacing.
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American Vintage ’59 Stratocaster

  • Early-1959 model in faded Three-color Sunburst, with slim-profile C-shaped maple neck and single-ply white pickguard with eight holes.
  • Later 1959 model in faded Three-color Sunburst, Black and limited faded Sonic Blue, with slim-profile D-shaped maple neck, dark rosewood slab fingerboard and three-ply mint green pickguard with 10 holes and vintage-style edge bevels.
  • Alder body.
  • New pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound.
  • Aged plastic knobs.
  • Vintage-accurate bridge saddles and tuner spacing.
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American Vintage ’65 Stratocaster

  • Alder body in Three-color Sunburst, Olympic White and limited Dakota Red (left-handed model in Three-color Sunburst).
  • Thick C-shaped maple neck with round-laminated dark rosewood fingerboard and larger pearl dot inlays.
  • New pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound.
  • Three-ply white pickguard with 11 holes.
  • Aged plastic knobs.
  • Vintage-accurate bridge saddles and tuner spacing.
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American Vintage ’58 Telecaster

  • Ash body with single-ply white pickguard.
  • Early-1958 large maple neck with "D"-shaped profile.
  • New pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound, with early-1958 staggered bridge pickup pole magnets.
  • Solid steel "barrel" bridge saddles.
  • "Top-hat" switch tip and flat-top knurled aluminum chrome control knobs.
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American Vintage ’64 Telecaster (and left-handed model)

  • Alder body (ash on White Blonde model) 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.
  • New 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.
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American Vintage ’65 Jazzmaster

  • Bound round-laminated rosewood fingerboard with larger pearl dot inlays.
  • White "witch hat" control knobs.
  • Three-color Sunburst and limited Aztec Gold finishes.
  • New pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound, with classic dual-circuit wiring and controls.
  • Vintage-style floating tremolo with lock button.
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American Vintage ’65 Jaguar

  • Bound round-laminated fingerboard and larger pearl dot inlays.
  • Three-color Sunburst and limited Candy Apple Red finishes.
  • Classic Jaguar shorter scale.
  • New pickups wound to period-correct specs and sound, with classic dual-circuit wiring and controls.
  • Vintage-style floating tremolo with lock button.


For more information: www.fender.com

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