Check out this incredible Custom Tele by Fender Masterbuilder Greg Fessler. Built in 2012 for Fender's Summer Showcase event, this amazing piece has: a double-bound Alder body with a black nitrocellulose lacquer finish, Closet Classic aging with amazing finish checking and a total guitar weight of just 7.4 pounds (7 pounds, 7 ounces); a mid-60's oval C-shape neck with depth measurements of .800" at the 1st fret and .950" at the 12th; a very dark Rosewood fretboard (that looks like Ebony) with a 9.5" radius, 6105 frets and a 1.650" bone nut; and for electronics, Twisted Tele single coils with a three-way switch and modern wiring.
This is easily one of the finest Fender Telecasters you are likely to come across this side of a $20K vintage piece. This guitar's understated black finish with binding, the amazing build quality and the incredible aging make this guitar very special, even as Masterbuilt guitars go. It looks great, feels great, plays great and sounds, well, great! This guitar rings like a bell and the Twisted Tele pickups in this guitar are among the best I've heard with just the right amount of output. Setup is a very personal matter and everyone has their own preferences, but the setup on this guitar is perfect for me. This is the kind of Tele that will quickly become your best friend!
This one owner collector piece has seen little to no play and the factory aging aside, shows little to no wear, frets included. It comes in it's original brown G&G case along with both certificates and the accessories.
If you are looking for an elegant Fender Telecaster of the highest quality, this guitar fits the bill. This guitar is a perfect example of the very best that the Fender Custom Shop can produce. Amazing....
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