One thing that I love about Fender telecaster is its ability to give you a very fluid and dynamic tone that when you strum it or pick it it gives a graceful brightly focused and dynamic tone. These guitars even though they are a Fender sound are quite different than the Fender Stratocaster guitars. They have a cleaner tone in a unique sustain all to theirselves. It has a sound that is inviting for many clean or country type music players. Because it has a clean shiny tone sounds good to be very dynamic and focused.
Vintage natural finish
1952 details include:
Domed volume and tone knobs
Aged nickel plated hardware with slot head screws
Black single ply pickguard with 5 screws
'50's style Fender decal
Round string tree
3 saddle adjustable bridge
Barrel pickup selector knob
The guitar sound fantastic and pretty much anything that you put them. They don't really do that well at drop tunings or any type of modern metal sounds. However they sound great from clean amplifiers all the way up to medium gain amplifier settings. If you use a lot of effects these guitars are quite dynamic and their tone with people who have a complex effects setup. So if you use things like delays, flangers, or any of other modulation sound , these guitars will really highlight those sounds effects and it's very creative and soulful way. I really like these guitars when playing a good clean setting because it gives you that really spanky tone that makes you want to play with your fingers so much and not with your pick.
These guitar you can find for right around $1500 or so which is a great price for an Japanese built guitar. These instruments sound great in a recording studio as well as a live setting. No matter what the prices on these instruments the usually float around anywhere between 700 and $1300 used in new depending on the features and reissue specifications. I recommend these guitars to anyone who likes the sound of a good clean tone or maybe isn't to blues rock of some sort. These are great guitars if you're in the country music as well as indie rock music as well. Overall the fun instruments and they are a fun and rich part of music history.
One thing I love about the Fender Telecaster is that it's a brilliant clean crisp cutting tone that really highlights a guitar player's dynamic playing and nuance. The way guitar player approaches to guitar is different for every single player. However the Fender telecaster guitar really highlights each player's personal touch and tone that's within their fingers and hands. It's not a guitar that will cover up mistakes or will blend in a lot of gainy distortion. This is not a guitar that really adapts to a lot of high gain sounds, but it really excels at the medium all the way down to the clean tone. So the tone is very focused but not in your face. It's a well grounded and sustained focused tone.
Body: Premium Ash
Body Shape: Telecaster®
Neck Shape: "U" Shape
Number of Frets: 21
Fret Size: Vintage Style Frets
Position Inlays: Black Dot Position Inlays
Fretboard Radius: 7.25" (18.41 cm)
Neck Material: Maple
Neck Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Nut Width: 1.650” (42 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5" (64.8 cm)
Neck Plate: Vintage Style 4 Bolt
Truss Rod Nut: Original Vintage Style
Fender telecaster is a guitar that has its own sound to its self. It doesn't sound like the Fender Stratocaster and doesn't sound like any other instrument that I've ever heard. It has a nice full-bodied tone but very percussive and clean sounding. Each note you pluck or strum you can hear very distinct and separate. It makes playing that much more fun and even recording a blast. Each recording picks up every little thing that you do. So the Fender Telecaster is a great guitar for recording. All because of the frequencies and the tone that is inherit to this guitar really get captured through microphone quite well in a recording session. Whatever rig or effects board you might use with this guitar will be complemented by the character and tone of this instrument.
You can find these guitars for right around $1800. Overall it's a great instrument and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to pick up this particular sound but not only this sound but a great instrument I will be true and fantastic to any player that uses it. These are great for recording and also very good for gigging as well.
Fender telecaster reissue 52 japan
Fixed bridge 3 bridges
Channel 21 boxes V
2 pickups (bridge + neck)
1 volume + 1 tone
3 position switch
The neck is maple wide V-shaped with a difficult grip at first but after a few nice games against worn ropes ... By The varnish is a little too thick ... So it was not easy when the sweaty palms
Light guitar, the wood is dry and therefore vibrates much empty.
Painting is a nitrocellulose butterscotch not revealing the wood grain but that does not bother me.
As against the painting is very fragile, the slightest bread shows ...
From the point of view of sound, necessarily typical telecaster especially at the bridge, so very incisive very rock n roll with good volume restitution !!! Instead the neck pickup lacks character volume is less than half of the bridge ... I think it is necessary to change fairly quickly (eg seymour quarter pound) otherwise use the guitar as a pseudo Esquire ...
This guitar is perfect for my style of play especially since I changed neck pickup ...
It is versatile and sends severe to play rock, but of course also blues and jazz ... No metal necessarily ...
At amps, she tried a bit every amp (Fender, Vox, Marshall, Soldano ...) with different speakers and find that it is at the top on a Vox AC 50 late 60s ... She finds its character but not necessarily all its versatility!
Very good guitar that has nothing to envy to the US (except perhaps the microphones) for half the price !!!
This is a guitar that is quite hard to find now, so if you find one, you can jump !!