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A black and chrome beauty.
The sleek basswood body of the Fender Aerodyne Guitar has a carved top and black-on-black theme. Only cream binding and chrome hardware add understated accents. No pickguard. Traditional C-shape maple Telecaster neck with rosewood fretboard. Firepower is generated from a neck soapbar pickup and bridge single-coil with 3-way switching. 6-saddle hardtail bridge.
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Aerodyne Telecaster Electric Guitar
Reviewed by 10 customers
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I own this guitar, a modded MIJ Jaguar, a '74 Fender Musicmaster, various higher-end Epiphones. This particular Tele is close to perfection. The top of this guitar, in particular, generates ringing, gorgeous tones--I don't know how it works, but however they carved the top, its tones are more than I can put into words. The top just RINGS...it's hard to describe, especially if you run it through a vintage style amp. I've modded just about every guitar I own with custom or handwired pickups. I've thought about modding this one, too, but I swear there is NOTHING you can do to improve the pickups in this guitar. The P-90 is as round and fat and juicy as any I own--the bridge is pure Telecaster, snarly and nasty and greasy. I could not improve upon this setup if I tried.I do not personally care for the middle position switch--that's just a preference thing. Many of you would think I'm crazy for saying that. My teacher loves the mid-position. The only other blip I've experienced are the pots sometimes generate some fuzz when moving them--particulary tone. Easily remedied, and not a big deal. The only reason for the 4.5 on features. This is a simple axe, but that's a GOOD thing. What it does, it does perfectly.I know this line is discontinued, and I feel very, very grateful to have picked one of these up. This is a very simple, very no-frills telecaster. It embodies everything you've loved about the Telecaster aura and adds a fat, beautiful jazz element to it.
Ive been playing 6 and 12 string acoustic electric guitar for 28 years and a yr ago I bought a aerodyne for the fun of it. I really got hooked on playing this a guitar and now I play it out every weekend in out country and southern rock band I ve had so many questions and complements about the aerodyne its amazing and a very nice playing and sounding guitar. I just want to keep getting better and better on it and it is easy to do with this guitar. Great bye and even better quality and sound.
This guitar is one hell of a baby. Doesn't loose its tuning, and the sounds sweet as heaven. I can't ask more for a guitar like this. Suits any type of genre
This guitar is really an amazing peice of work. I played it through a Line 6 Spider III combo amp and it sounds awesome. You can go from really crunchy heavyness (I like playing metal) to twangy country style stuff. The pickup config is awesome with the soapbar and the classic Tele bridge pickup. The body is awesome with the blacked out look. neck is nice and fast. Buy it, I want to.
This, from what I have heard, is a wonderful guitar. It has looks, and sound all in a nice, and cheap package. I trust that this guitar is good, and very nice, for all I have heard about it was good. I will definatley be purchasing one in the near future. With Fender, you can't go wrong.
Okay, I bought this guitar about a month ago and when it first came in I was shocked and awed. This beautiful piece of art just glowed and it played as good as good as it looked..still does. Even though the action was set a little high, it still palys really well and the soapbar pickup adds a a nice thick sound along with the tele bridge pick-up. The only thing that kills me is that it's sooo hard to keep fingerprints off this thing. Fantastic buy.
Fantastic, almost Unique Tones! From warm-mellow to bright-crunch. This guitar has a great feel to it like no other tele and the craftsmanship is second to none! It will give you the perfect amount of sustain for most playing styles. Questionable as a Metal-Axe but an awesome, good play'in-players guitar.
This guitar is one of the best sounding Mexico made Tele's I have ever played. This guitar has a very nice tone and the pic-ups rock! The "Aerodyme" Tele has a comfortable feel to it, especially the neck. Buy this guitar, its deffinatly worth the extra money compared to the standard Tele (Mexico made).
This guitar is amazing. The sound is beautiful. I've owned this guitar for a few years, and I use it for shows, recordings, practice, everything! It sounds great. I rarely use any effects, it sounds to good by itself.
I bought this guitar a few weeks ago direct from Japan .It arrived in perfect condition without a mark anywhere ,even a tiny one .It needed no setting up and plays very well indeed .The bridhge single cold gives that tele twang that no tele should evr be without and the P90 neck gives a warmer jazzy tone that turns into a warm bright over drive sound when the wick is turned up .The odd two pickups together position is perfect for acoustic style chord work .I like the switch positioning as it like all the other guitars I have owned recently .Its a proper Fender but not as we know it Jim .Its lightweight but sustains enough for my uses which are blues ,jazz and country flat style picking ,Its through body striging gives it a nice acoustic bounce .The body shape is very comfortable and it all looks just fantastic .A great little guitar.