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Immortality, that's what humans have longed for since the beginning of time. Y. Sandoval has achieved immortality in a weird way. Who is this person? Well, we don't know much, but he or she worked for Fender in 1969, 1970, and perhaps longer. This person took pride in their work because the 1970 Fender Telecaster we have has a rubber stamp ink marker, "Wired By Y. Sandoval" stamped under pickguard. How cool is that? I've seen a 69 tele that has the same stamp. I love that. Here you are working a job, it's a paycheck, then almost 50 years later somebody calls you and says, "You did an excellent job wiring the Fender Telecaster I just got." That would have to make to you feel great. Here we have a 1970 Fender Telecaster. It's all original with a maple fingerboard. The pickguard is original with the pearloid pattern on one side. The pots are dated 1966 which is correct. There is some cosmetic wear: a scrape down to the wood on one side, various nicks and dings. Overall, it's clean, especially considering the age. The frets are fine. It plays great, and sounds fantastic. Thanks to the excellent wiring job by Y. Sandoval, the electronics work perfectly. This is a great Telecaster and comes with original hard case. With any luck you might hook up with Y. Sandoval and have a drink, and talk about your guitar.Learn More
I love the way a double bound Tele looks. When Fender introduced the Custom Telecaster in 1959, with a bound body and rosewood fingerboard, it took the model to another level of good looks. This USA made G&L ASAT Classic Bluesboy 90 is in 100% mint condition. Collector owned, we've looked it over very carefully and can't find any signs of wear. Frets are perfect. The neck is straight and true. Action is low and without buzz. The plastic protective coating is still on the pickguard. It has a number of very cool upgraded options - Double Bound Body, Schaller Locking Tuners, Vintage Tint Gloss finished neck, Quartersawn Maple neck. It plays and sounds fantastic. Comes with original G&G hardshell case, hang tags, certificate, and all paperwork.Learn More
The G&L ASAT Classic Bluesboy 90 solves the age-old problem of this iconic design: How to get more body and attack out to the neck pickup without losing the warm tone. G&L has designed a great P-90 pickup that perfectly compliments the the twangy punch of their excellent MFD bridge pickup. With great balance and flexibility, this may be the ultimate Bluesboy.
There's something about a black Fender Telecaster. They look so cool. We just got a good one in, a 1989 made in the USA Fender Telecaster. It has a maple neck, Alder body, original black finish, and original three ply pickguard. This guitar has had some money put into it and has been well maintained. The bridge pickup was upgraded with a Seymour Duncan APTL-1 Alnico Pro II (a $69 pickup) that sounds fantastic. The frets were professionally leveled and polished (a $120 job). The guitar has had a pro set up. It plays perfectly and sounds awesome. It's good to go right out of the box. There is some cosmetic wear and some chips around the edge of the body, nothing major and what you'd expect from a 29 year old guitar that's been played. Telecasters from this time period aren't that common. It does everything a Telecaster is supposed to do. Comes with molded Fender hard case.Learn More
$2,895.00Heavily-aged Telecaster with premium lacquer finish Fender's classic Nocaster "U" neck profile serves up outstanding feel 9.5" radius let you bend up high without fretting out Tweed hardshell case included Learn More
Hey, how about the nicest, original, vintage Fender Paisley Telecaster on the planet? That would be pretty cool, right? Step right inside ladies and gentlemen, that's what we are offering today. As a veteran of 40 years attending guitar shows, being intimately involved in the vintage guitar world, I don't use phrases like the "nicest one" lightly. This guitar may have six months actual playing time, it is amazingly clean. There is no checking or finish discoloration that is usually found on these models. It is super clean. The only cosmetic flaws of note are two small chip on the edge of the back of the body. This a fine collectors grade instrument. It is 100% original, down to the last screw. It is uncirculated and hasn't been taken apart a million times. The maple neck is nicely flamed, it's really pretty. It is just so cool. The paisley finish is bright and vibrant. It has the original ashtray pickup cover, the neck feels fantastic. Last but not least, it sounds great. This is the best one I've seen, and I've seen a few. Comes with original case.Learn More
You think you can't reinvent the wheel? Think again. This Tausch 665 Raw is no Tele knockoff, this is a totally unique instrument. What we have here folks is a work of art. Rainer Tausch only builds two electric guitars each month. Each one is meticulously crafted. The body is pear wood. Unbelievably resonant. Semi hollow body with an end to end sustain block, set neck, gorgeous butterscotch blonde nitro aged finish. Set maple neck, gives great access up to the highest notes. Light, semi hollow, and cool vintage finish (Wow!). The neck is one-piece maple with a bone nut, 22 Wagner frets, and Sperzel locking tuners. Feels like the best 50's Telecaster you've ever played. Haussel pickups: single coil, Broadcaster-style bridge pickup, with a "Tauschsound" humbucking neck pickup. It has a coil-tap switch, which gives a vast array of tonal possibilities. The neck pickup sounds like a vintage PAF! This guitar has monstrous tone, vintage vibe, with modern sensibilities. Keith Richards would love this guitar. Awesome in every way. Comes with original hard case.Learn More