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Fender’s American Vintage ’69 Telecaster Thinline guitar
authentically captures one of the most experimental evolutionary
steps in the long and colorful history of the Telecaster. In 1969,
the hollowed-out and lightweight Thinline was the first of three
major Telecaster design revisions of the late-’60s/early-’70s era,
and players prized it for its...
Protective plastic still on the pick guard and front pup. All case candy still sealed including extra modern bridge plate w/6 saddles. Super light weight. Great color. Fantastic full "c" neck that feels great in your hand.
Fender’s American Vintage ’69 Telecaster Thinline guitar authentically captures one of the most experimental evolutionary steps in the long and colorful history of the...
Call for “Too Low to Advertise” price for this Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Thinline - Built on the Fender® '69 Telecaster platform, this semi-hollow features a rosewood fingerboard, Duncan Designed™ Telecaster pickups - chrome knurled knobs - parchment pickguard - vintage six-saddle bridge and three-way switching - shorter 24-3/4" scale length makes note bending easier - STOCK PHOTO
Tommy Castro signed Tele Thinline. Great look, great viibe, and distinctive humbucker growl.
More on the Tele Thinline
"Designed by German luthier Roger Rossmeisl in 1968, it was introduced in 1969 and updated with a pair of Fender Wide Range humbucking pickups, Bullet truss-rod and 3-bolt neck fixing in 1972.
The design was originally an attempt to reduce the weight of the solid-body...
These guitars are incredible, and sound great. This relic is in near mint condition in an aged seafoam green color. Very minor fret wear.
This Steelcaster features the holey option: both back and front are made of a sheet-metal mesh.
Originally this mesh was merely a visual twist, until Trussart realized it reduced feedback when compared to his standard sheet metal designs.