The Fender Custom Shop '69 Telecaster NOS is modeled after the infamous 1969 Tele. Built with telecaster pickups, 21 frets, and volume and tone controls, you can get the exact Telecaster tone you want, whether you're playing Rock, Blues, or Country. Topped off with Fender's relic treatment, this guitar displays "natural" wear and tear that the guitar may have received over the years.
Made to exact specs from Willie's own black 1969 Tele Custom seen in the Telecaster Book. Period-correct large frets, selected light wood (7 pounds), very resonant, black lacquer with a fair amount of checking, not really Relic but a bit more than Closet Classic. Single string tree, 3-ply guard (a must on black guitars), a nice round neck (like Hendrix-era Strats), great-sounding pickups with a...
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...
This is a blemished model.
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...
Tommy Castro signed Tele Thinline. Great look, great viibe, and distinctive humbucker growl.
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"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...
Fender Custom Shop 1969 Stratocaster Heavy Relic
Master Vintage Player's Series - Teambuilt!!!
MVP Series Strats and Teles are the Ultimate Relic guitars
Modified '69 Strat Specs!
Killer Jimi Hendrix / Woodstock vibe!
The Vintage Fender Strat- REDEFINED! This 69 Stratocaster Super Relic is part of the Master Vintage Players Series (MVP) Limited Edition run, built exclusively for Make'n Music in...
Vintage 1968 Telecaster with a Dale Wilson Masterbuilt '69 neck. What we have here is a "happy accident" where vintage and newer parts just fell together to create an extraordinary guitar. This Telecaster plays effortlessly - a very low tension "feel", rings like a bell, and weighs in at only a hair over 7 lbs even! The neck is tight in the neck pocket with no shims - as if neck & body were made...
The Telecaster Thinline was Fender’s attempt at “lightening the load” of their renowned Standard Telecaster model. Telecaster weight began its ascent as the supply of Ash that previously had been used for the Tele’s body began to dwindle, forcing Fender to adopt heavier, more easily obtainable woods. A solution, via German luthier Roger Rossmeisi, was to use a semi-hollow chambered construction...
The Fender Telecoustic Plus combines the body of an acoustic guitar with the shape of a telecaster - giving electric players an easy entree to acoustic playing - but it's also just plain fun. Featuring a Bolt-on Maple, slender C-shaped neck profile (1.69" nut width), it has great playability and action, so riffing is a breeze, and with the tele's cutaway you can solo to your heart's content....
Fender Custom Shop 1960 Stratocaster HSS Heavy Relic
Master Vintage Player's Series - MVP!
Custom Team Built electric guitar!
MVP Series Strats and Teles are the Ultimate Relic & NOS guitars
Make'n Music is happy to have this MVP Series 1960 Stratocaster HSS Heavy Relic for sale at a great price! This Super Relic 60 Strat is part of the Master Vintage Players Series (MVP) Limited...
Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster Heavy Relic
Custom '69 Strat w/ '73 era cosmetics
Make'n Music 40th Anniversary Model
Master Vintage Player's Series - MVP
Custom Team Built Electric Guitar!
The Vintage Fender Strat- REDEFINED! This Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster Super Relic was designed specifically to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of Make'n Music and is part of our famed Master...
How good is this refin - It hung at a major noted dealer and they didn't catch it.. There was one spot where the refiner didnt do it quite right and when pointed out, a giant "OHSHI*" was said. This refin is ancient and THAT good! June 69 neck, all parts are correct other than some later pots. This one is a good one and is OH so cool! OHSC
The striking 1972 Telecaster Custom is a favorite at the Custom
Shop. Introduced back then as an upgraded Telecaster, it featured a
humbucking neck pickup designed to make it more of a rock guitar,
and the originals were also dense and heavy. We’ve now customized
the original design. The hand-selected lightweight ash body features
a comfortable belly-cut contour, and the ’69...
9.7 of 10 Condition (a few tiny superficial scratches)
In 2002, Line 6 launched Variax modeling guitars. These groundbreaking instruments offered guitarists an unprecedented range of tones based on the most desirable electric and acoustic guitars on the planet. To develop these Variax guitars, Line 6 partnered with legendary luthier James Tyler to craft an exceptional instrument and 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
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.