Offered is this virtually unplayed 2011 Fender Custom Shop '67 Telecaster in NOS (no aging) format. The specs for this gorgeous Tele include: an Alder body with an Aged Vintage White nitrocellulose lacquer and a total guitar weight of 7.6 pounds; a Maple neck with a large C-shaped profile with depth measurements of .88" at the first fret and .97" at the twelfth fret; a nice dark Rosewood fret board, a 9.5" radius, 6105 fret wire and a 1.650" bone nut; a vintage style Tele bridge with threaded steel saddles; Schaller 60's style "F" tuners; and for electronics, two Vintage '67 Tele single coils with volume, tone, a three-way switch and modern wiring.
This is one sweet Tele. If you like chunky neck profiles, the neck on this beauty will certainly appeal to you. The playability of this guitar is superb with a nice low, buzz free setup. The tone of the vintage output pickups is just what you want from a Tele, lots of twang without being piercing. Please listen to the brief sound sample provided and I trust you will agree.
This guitar has seen little, if any play time. It still had the original strings and the protective film on the pickguard when I received it. It has no flaws of any significance and the frets are in spotless, as new condition. The guitar comes in it's original brown G&G case and includes the certificate of authenticity, unopened case candy bag, the hang tags, ash tray bridge cover, vintage style strap and cable.
A new example of this instrument will cost you around $3,400 in most shops, but you can get this as new 2011 model for quite a bit less. If you like your Teles with large necks and in pristine condition, this beauty may be just what you are looking for. Make it yours today!
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Refunds of the original purchase price less shipping and a 10% restocking fee may be requested within 48 hours of delivery. Exchanges within one (1) week of the original date of purchase may be made for an item of equal or greater value at the discretion of Capital Guitars. Where permitted herein, items must be promptly returned at the buyer's expense, in the same condition as received with all accessories and paperwork included. Sale items, purchases that are made via layaway, those involving trades and/or international shipping are considered final except upon an error by and at the discretion of Capital Guitars. All deposits are non-returnable. Our apologies, but we are a very small operation and returns are extremely time consuming and costly.