1950 Fender® Broadcaster

Year: 1950 Finish: Refinished Pickups: Era correct Electronics: Original switch, 70s pots. Tuners: Original Pickguard: Replaced (original included) Weight: 6 lb 10 oz Case: Repro Tweed Comments: This remarkable 1950 Broadcaster was rescued from a church basement 30 years ago where it was found disassembled in a cardboard box. The finder had the body refinished upon...
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1999 Fender® 1950 Broadcaster 1998 Custom Shop (Fred Stuart)

Fred Stuart's 'Broadcaster' 1999 Fender 1950 Broadcaster 1998 Custom Shop (Fred Stuart). This amazing guitar was built during late 1998 and through 1999 - completed in December 1999 as a Fender Custom Shop prototype by Fred Stuart. This instrument, which weighs just 6.80 lbs., is accurately based on an original 1950 Broadcaster. The neck, the body and the final assembly, including the wiring...
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1951 Fender® Broadcaster

This guitar has a feature typical for Broadcasters of the early weeks of 1951. Most of the Broadcaster and Esquire guitars produced in that time period have a body made of quarter sawn ash. The grain is very straight and looks very much like spruce. These guitars are easy to identify and were only produced for a few weeks. This guitar was refinished at Fender in 1954 so the color is more Blonde...
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1953 Fender® Esquire

Refinished by the original owner who did the work himself. The finish has aged to a cool-looking butterscotch color. Mostly stock with original logo, flat-pole pickup, bridge with brass saddles, knobs, switchtip, and bridge cover. New parts? Repro pickguard of the finest quality from Clive Brown of London, and good repro tuners. Comes with original brown leather gig bag. You are buying this...
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Fender® Esquire

This is a very cool Esquire built around a real 1958 neck. The neck is re decalled and re shot. Originally it was built with a humbucker in the neck position, it comes with a pickguard cut for a humbucker if anyone wants to return it to that configuration. The body is made by Marc Banning and the aged butterscoth finish was done by Josh Grove at Protocaster guitars. The pickup is a Duncan...
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