The Fender Telecaster has sported many looks for over 60 years, but none as elegant as the new limited edition Telecaster Thinline Super Deluxe.
Available in Black and Olympic White, this stunning Tele’s appointments include a resonant semi-hollow basswood body with double binding and a single f hole, matching painted headstock, 7.25”-radius bound rosewood fingerboard with pearloid block inlays, and a scorching pair of Fideli’Tron™ humbucking pickups.
Other premium features include a modern C-shaped maple neck with bone nut, 21 wide vintage-style frets, three-way blade switching with “top hat” switch tip, single-ply pickguard (gold on Olympic White model; silver on Black model), gold (Olympic White model) and chrome (Black model) hardware, vintage-style Stratocaster® hard-tail bridge, three-bolt “F”-stamped neck plate with Mictro-Tilt™ adjustment
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