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The Fender Select Carved Maple Top Telecaster is an elegantly crafted and sonically superior take on Fender's first guitar model, with a stunning Amber gloss-lacquer finish on a lightweight empress body with a carved flame maple top. Its modern "C" shaped flame maple neck has a Bi-Flex™ truss rod system for rock-solid stability, a satin lacquer finish and rear-headstock "Fender Select" medallion. The smooth-playing compound radius flame maple fretboard (9.5"-14") has 22 medium jumbo frets and stylish black pearloid position inlays. Crisp, clear signature sound comes from Fender Select Telecaster single-coil neck and bridge pickups with three-way switching and a no-load tone control that delivers the natural uncolored sound of the bridge pickup when dimed.
Select the Fender Select: a stunning new take on a legendary instrument.
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Comments about Fender Select Flame Maple Carved Top Telecaster Electric Guitar:
I own many fender guitars.They all vary in price, but i didn`t have any that can compare to this instrument. It is by far the most beautiful tele that i have ever seen,and he way it plays is a musicians dream.I can`t say enough wonderful things about it.The case for it is just as beautiful poodle plush red inside with a large fender select medallion on the pocket cover. I have several teles of the higher price range,i love them all but this has become my go to guitar.I`ll be playing this one for as long as i live. Inever thought that fender could build a better guitar than the american deluxe or the lamboo tele. I own both but the select is by far superior. Thanks again fender. I don`t know where i can go from here unless it would be a Merle Haggard signature tele. Fender makes the best. Always has always will.