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Celebrate 1972 with the FenderÂ® American Vintage '72 TelecasterÂ® Thinline.
Fenderâs American Vintage â72 TelecasterÂ® Thinline guitar authentically evokes a historic member of the TelecasterÂ® family. Period-correct early-â70s details include a three-bolt neck plate with Micro-Tiltâ¢ adjustment, bullet truss rod nut and vintage-style âFâ tuners; with touches including FenderÂ® Wide Range humbucking neck and bridge pickups redesigned and re-voiced to sound even more like 1970s pickups.
Features include a semi-hollow ash body with F-hole and gloss lacquer finish, C-shape maple neck with gloss lacquer finish, maple fingerboard with 9.5â radius and 21 vintage-style frets, three-position switch with âbarrelâ tip, four-ply white pearloid pickguard, vintage-style string-thru-body hardtail bridge, knurled chrome knobs and chrome hardware. Accessories include hardshell black Tolex case, polish cloth, 8â cable, strap and bridge cover.
From crisp cleans to raunchy rhythm crunch. Order today.
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Comments about Fender FSR American Vintage '72 Telecaster Thinline Electric Guitar:
Having purchased an American Deluxe Telecaster in 2005, I already knew how well I liked playing a Tele. When I saw this one was a semi-hollow body with two humbuckers I had to have one. In addition, this one is made with swamp ash wood I knew the sound had to be great. The ease of playing, the many sounds you can get, looks that are beyond what a picture can take, and a much better hard shell case, are only a few of it's virtues. This guitar is capable of playing anything from country to medal, and has both a great bottom, mid, and higher sound. I'm not going to say I like it better than my American Deluxe Telecaster, since I feel they both have their own place. I will say that I enjoy playing this guitar just as well as I do my PRS McCarty. What I like about it the most is how the sound can change depending on the amp I'm using. If I play it over my Marshall JVM410H it can really scream. If I switch to my Fender Twin Reverb then it can get very warm and soft. I've had mine more than a year, and have no complaints.