1972 Fender Telecaster Bass in is original Blonde finish. It has a good playing neck with good frets. It's all original and 100% complete including its original bridge cover and original hardshell case (the case doesn't fully close in the center). There are nicks + dings, finish checking, and other cosmetic wear including a crack in the pickguard. The bass itself remains structurally sound with...
Vintage original 1972 Fender Telecaster. Nice big fat neck that plays remarkably well. Original pickups are super warm in the neck position, and spanky and twangy signature vintage tele tone in the bridge position. No routes no issues. Single string tree. Pots date 1966. Neck date 3 JUL 72 B. All original with original case. Perfect for the player and collector alike!
Blonde, poly finish, refretted with player wear on frets, all original, clean piece, '66 pots, a few minor player dings but overall finish is very clean, a little on the heavy side at 9 lbs, newer Fender HSC
This is one of the best early 70’s Tele’s we have ever acquired, it has a gorgeous see-thru Blonde finish on a very grainy ash body, she has a great feeling 1 piece maple neck dated April 1971 w/a single string tree, pots date to the 34th week of 1966 (typical of this period), very clean White pickgard, to make this even better it is ultra lightweight @ 7 lbs. 10 oz; this is in near mint & all...
1973 Fender Telecaster Bass, Blonde finish with non original hardshell case in very good condition. This is a really super cool older Tele bass - tons of vibe. First of all, this is a nice and lightweight bass - really comfortable to play. It's also been played and has that nice broken in feel. 3 string ferrules are missing on the back, and there is some finish wear from real play that is...
Original 1999 Fender '52 Re-Issue Telecaster in original Blonde finish. Plays and sounds killer, a very good representation of a real vintage 1952 Telecaster. All original with original case and case candy.
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Absolutely killer 1977 Fender Telecaster Deluxe in original Blonde finish. Super rare finish. See-through Ash is stunning. Original Seth Lover pickups are warm and punchy with that signature Tele Deluxe tone. Radiohead eat your heart out!! With original case, too.
This 1974 Fender Telecaster has the classic blonde finish on an ash body, and is in very good condition with just a little belt buckle marking and a small chip near the output jack.
The maple neck, a B profile, dates to March 2, 1973, but as the codes on the control pots date to 1974, this instrument had its final assembly in 1974. All the hardware is original. The ‘ashtray’ cover for the...
8 lbs. 7 oz.
Great looking and great player!
Recent professional refret. This '73 Tele has aged to a beautiful Butterscotch looking finish.
Super flamey neck, the pictures hardly do it justice. All parts original, the pots date 32nd week of '73.
10-1043 All original Vintage Telecaster with intact solder joints, original frets
nice flame maple neck, strap and ashtray included. Original case.
Plays excellent. Great addition to a collection.
weights 8lbs 3 oz
One owner, completely original and in extremely fine condition with a more translucent finish than most from this era, so lots of grain showing thru the
beautiful original blonde finish. Frets have almost no wear. Strong pickups and clean original case too. *HOLD.
An attractive transparent Blonde finish over a highly figured Ash body, Rare Rosewood fingerboard for the era, White pickguard, and 1974 dated pots. A clean vintage guitar displaying some typical nicks & dings and a hint of yellowing to the Blonde finish. New nut with original frets. Included is the original hardshell case that appears to at one time had a strat stored it from the imprints. A...
This is by far the Lightest Weight late 1970s Tele we have ever encountered. At 7.35 pounds this guitar is a welcomed anomaly. A beautiful 1950s look with a very transparent Blonde finish over a figured Ash body, Black pickguard, slightly larger rounded neck profile of the time period, 1377810 dated pots, and Chrome Hardware. Neck pickup is a Duncan '54 Tele pickup original bridge pickup intact....
All orig, single cut solid body, 2 pu,s., rosewood fingerboard, laminated white guard, f tuners, single string tree, f tuners, lite weight, shows minimal wear, ex. player, rwd necks of this period are getting hard to find!
It’s amazing how Leo Fender got the Telecaster so right so early on in the electric guitar’s history. What was original the Broadcaster became the Telecaster in 1951 because of a dispute over the name with Gretsch and the model name for their drum kit at the time. The standard Telecaster went through modest changes for a Fender guitar throughout 1970s. The Telecaster featured two single coil...
Case: Original hardshell
Comments: Very nice 1970 Telecaster with an awesome feel! This guitar has a great aged patina, originally Olympic White, the aesthetics are spectacular. This one plays incredible and sounds just as good. If you are looking for a rare color tele...
Gorgeous original see-thru Blonde finish has yellowed slightly over time, its super clean & fat maple neck has somewonderful flames from the headstock to the bottom of the fingerboard, powerful original single-coil pickup, very tidy 3 layer white pickgard, this is a 1 owner 100% original Tele Bass that has never been apart, pots dated the 42th week of 1966, the neck has the green stamping from...
Maple Neck (Highley figured /flamed , stunning +++++ )
Internally /Externally Original
Original Form Fit Case
Condition 8.75/10 (Light /normal playing wear)
-Please note picture above is not the actual instrument as in transit-
Note - Original 52 Blackguard Teles are one of the world's classic vintage instruments,
the above is in exceptional original condition...
Here is an extremely nice one owner guitar. This guitar has very little playwear. I hesitate to call any thirty plus year old guitar Near Mint but she is clean. A nice see through Blonde finish in a time period of mostly opaque Fender finishes, Rare rosewood fingerboard, and white pickguard. This one is all original and comes with the owners manual, inspection hang tag, bridge cover and original...
(Serial No. 627194) Excellent plus condition. This is the classic Telecaster blond finish with the blue grain lines showing through. Has the black logo and double string tree on the peghead. Neck is dead straight with a nice and slightly chunky "B" profile. Has the original frets that have been dressed but are still playable. Good rock and roll guitar, not real twangy. Very hot bridge pickup....