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Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash

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The Telecaster is the Fender guitar that started a musical revolution. So simple, yet so incredibly versatile. Since its introduction in the early '5...Click To Read More About This Product

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The tonewood that launched the Tele

The Telecaster is the Fender guitar that started a musical revolution. So simple, yet so incredibly versatile. Since its introduction in the early '50s, professional guitarists of all musical genres have relied on the Fender Telecaster for its powerful tone and smooth playability. This Fender Standard Tele incorporates the best of the old and new with a fast-action maple neck, cast/sealed machine heads, 2 classic single-coil pickups, and 6-saddle/string-thru bridge all built upon an ash body.

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FEATURES
  • Traditional Telecaster ash body
  • Maple neck and fretboard
  • Modern C-shaped neck contour
  • 21 medium-jumbo frets
  • Die-cast machine heads
  • Standard Tele pickups (neck & bridge)
  • 3-position blade controls
  • Master volume, master tone
  • Tortoiseshell pickguard
  • Standard Tele bridge with 6 saddles
  • String-thru bridge
  • Chrome hardware

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SPECIFICATIONS
  • 9.5" radius
  • 25-1/2" scale
  • 1.650: nut width
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FenderStandard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash
 
4.8

(based on 82 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good pick up (9)
  • Good tone (9)
  • Solid electronics (9)
  • Fun to play (8)
  • Good feel (8)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Jamming (8)
  • Recording (8)
  • Practicing (7)
  • Rock concerts (6)
  • Small venues (4)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

American Standard Tele or Telemex

I play my Standard constantly through big and small amps. In a small room, it sounds great unplugged. I will never regret getting this guitar. It sounds good for rhythm chords and...Read complete review

I play my Standard constantly through big and small amps. In a small room, it sounds great unplugged. I will never regret getting this guitar. It sounds good for rhythm chords and fingerpicking, and the neck and big frets make it easy to play.

That said, it's a tele, and if this is your first, you need to know what that means. The tele design has barely been changed since its inception. It is a heavy, plank-like guitar that won't win any heavy metal beauty contests. The single coil pickups sound twangy but clear, unlike the dark, muddy sound of many humbucker (double coil) pickups. I have some pedals, but mainly play straight from the guitar because its tone is so clear that it is a shame to muddy it up with extra electronics. This is a guitar that begs to be paired with a tube amp (Class A if possible)--it could get shrieky with hard transistors. There are only three modes (neck pickup, bridge pickup, both pickups) so if you want lots of electronics to fiddle with, you won't find it here. That said, there's little to go wrong with this tele--it's built like a tank. I recommend Fender strings--they have a little bullet that couples closely with the body and they give you plenty of length when you are changing the high E string at the top of the peghead. The only change I made to my tele was the strings.

If you love to play guitar, you'll love this guitar.


If you want more volume, get
If you want a tele, this is one. It has all the Standard Tele features. Two single-coil pickups- one quacky one at the bridge and a mellow one near the fretboard. Nice big frets make it easy to play. Machine heads that work the same as on my American 60th Anniversary Tele. Maple neck--ash body.
Mine came with stratocaster style saddles that are a little easier to adjust for intonation and height than the saddle bridge advertised with this guitar. The saddles might sound better.
This guitar is made in Mexico. Some of my best friends were made in Mexico, too, so it's not a problem. The upshot is that you have to examine your guitar when you get it to make sure that everything's the way you want it.
The first Standard I ordered had a great 2-piece ash body with nice, close grain. However, the neck was a little warped (within the tolerances of chain music stores, but not OK for me). I sent it back with no trouble and received a tele with an arrow-straight neck, three-piece body with wider grain than the first one. It plays great and I kept it. There were no finish flaws in either guitar, and the hardware was perfect.
I recommend you get the intonation and string height set when you get the guitar. Or do it yourself for free. My tele came with instructions and tools to do both.
This guitar is all value. I bought this guitar as a backup and to play for my last year at work. The frets and neck are just as playable as my American Standard 60th Anniversary tele. The pickups sound different, but not different enough that I can explain how. The guitar looks terrific. How can you go wrong with this guitar?

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Looks better than it plays

Georgeous looking guitar from a distance. Had some build problems. The bridge was installed crooked due to a mounting screw that wasn't drilled perpendicular to the body and the shape of the headstock behind...Read complete review

Georgeous looking guitar from a distance. Had some build problems. The bridge was installed crooked due to a mounting screw that wasn't drilled perpendicular to the body and the shape of the headstock behind the nut was crooked. The bridge pickup sounded dull. The neck pickup had some snap. Overall it felt like the assemblers were rushed to get this out the door. Too bad as the neck felt great and the guitar was georgeous.

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(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

American Standard Tele or Telemex

By Wes

from Northern California

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Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

I play my Standard constantly through big and small amps. In a small room, it sounds great unplugged. I will never regret getting this guitar. It sounds good for rhythm chords and fingerpicking, and the neck and big frets make it easy to play.

That said, it's a tele, and if this is your first, you need to know what that means. The tele design has barely been changed since its inception. It is a heavy, plank-like guitar that won't win any heavy metal beauty contests. The single coil pickups sound twangy but clear, unlike the dark, muddy sound of many humbucker (double coil) pickups. I have some pedals, but mainly play straight from the guitar because its tone is so clear that it is a shame to muddy it up with extra electronics. This is a guitar that begs to be paired with a tube amp (Class A if possible)--it could get shrieky with hard transistors. There are only three modes (neck pickup, bridge pickup, both pickups) so if you want lots of electronics to fiddle with, you won't find it here. That said, there's little to go wrong with this tele--it's built like a tank. I recommend Fender strings--they have a little bullet that couples closely with the body and they give you plenty of length when you are changing the high E string at the top of the peghead. The only change I made to my tele was the strings.

If you love to play guitar, you'll love this guitar.


If you want more volume, get
If you want a tele, this is one. It has all the Standard Tele features. Two single-coil pickups- one quacky one at the bridge and a mellow one near the fretboard. Nice big frets make it easy to play. Machine heads that work the same as on my American 60th Anniversary Tele. Maple neck--ash body.
Mine came with stratocaster style saddles that are a little easier to adjust for intonation and height than the saddle bridge advertised with this guitar. The saddles might sound better.
This guitar is made in Mexico. Some of my best friends were made in Mexico, too, so it's not a problem. The upshot is that you have to examine your guitar when you get it to make sure that everything's the way you want it.
The first Standard I ordered had a great 2-piece ash body with nice, close grain. However, the neck was a little warped (within the tolerances of chain music stores, but not OK for me). I sent it back with no trouble and received a tele with an arrow-straight neck, three-piece body with wider grain than the first one. It plays great and I kept it. There were no finish flaws in either guitar, and the hardware was perfect.
I recommend you get the intonation and string height set when you get the guitar. Or do it yourself for free. My tele came with instructions and tools to do both.
This guitar is all value. I bought this guitar as a backup and to play for my last year at work. The frets and neck are just as playable as my American Standard 60th Anniversary tele. The pickups sound different, but not different enough that I can explain how. The guitar looks terrific. How can you go wrong with this guitar?

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

FULL SOUNDING TELE

By Old Ken

from Tamaqua, PA

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Pros

  • Beautiful finish
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Love the pickguard
  • Quality construction
  • Quality materials
  • Solid Electronics
  • Very good setup

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Recording
  • Rock Concerts
  • Small Venues

Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

I was born the same year that Fender started,1946. I'm a retired professional musician who still plays on occasion. I also retired from high school music teaching (band/orchestra) so I have a lot of experience. I already own 13 guitars, but I bought this tele because the guys who I play with love them. I've played Fender basses since the mid-sixties, own a couple of strats, but this is my first tele. I just love it. If you are a person who could only have one electric guitar, then you can't do better than this. It's the essence of all electric guitars and it is versatile. Buy it!

(7 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Telecaster electric guitar ash

By David Patterson

from central Virginia

Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

No reason to receive 2 units in such poor condition.
Recieved as new first time and arrived with pick guard protective plastic missing and pick guard deeply scratched many times and pickup smashed in at neck with no packged shipping damage outside.Musician's Friend was quick to replace with new unit.Second unit arrives and pick guard protective plastic missing and pick guard deeply scratched and permanently damaged.A 1 inch spot of red paint under clear coat over natural ash wood area.Unit was setup so badly it was not even playable.These must be factory reject seconds sold as new. I am keeping the second one and taking to a set up shop and suffering the loss at my expense. Tired of sending it back.
I buy from Musician's friend every week and never this kind of dissapointment.
The guitar would be a great buy if arrived in NEW condition and arrive in playable condition.A minus mark for Fender and Musician's Friend.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

All A Tele Should Be

By Rockabillybob

from Missouri

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Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

Those with big hands will appreciate the substantial neck. Teles can sometimes have an "ice pick" bite on the bridge pickup, but this Tele has a smooth, even tone. The middle selector switch position is a great combination of growl, twang and just the right amount of warmth. Very versatile sounds from all three pickup selector positions.
Leo Fender got it right from the start. Neck and bridge pickups, three way selector switch, one tone and one volume control. Simple and effective since 1951.
The ash grain on mine almost looks like one piece of wood, though it's actually three pieces. The guitar is rather heavy, but the looks and tone are worth the weight.
It sells at a comparable price to the Standard Fender Tele. I think it's a better playing, better looking, better sounding guitar. I'd put this guitar up against any modern day, American made Tele.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fender Tele

By BillyBoy

from Florida

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Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

very good
I've been wanting a Tele for sometime now. I've been playing (trying to anyways) my Les Paul standard for 9 years and have just been, not tired of it, but looking for some twang! Wasn't willing to spend the bucks on another American made guitar though. I thought I'd give this one a try. I gotta tell ya,... very impressed. I love the look and feel. Seems to be very well put togther. Set up was great, finish was great(hard to tell from the face or back of instrument that the body is a 3 piece. Neck feels silky smooth, and has decent tuners. Pickups sound pretty grood, classic tele,but aren't as hot as the gibson's. it seems every so often they fade(only slightly). I don't see how you could get a better deal for the money. She's my new baby as I try to learn this "chickin pickin" thing. I would reccommend this guitar to anyone in my situation. "play forever...and forever smile".
very nice
very good

(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Annabelle

By KONG

from Atlanta, GA

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Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

I loved it so much, that I had to name it. I don't usually name things, but I did.
A fantastic guitar for the money.
Quick details that are not listed:Made in MexicoNorthern Ash NOT Swamp Ash. The telecaster is heavier than most other telecasters (more sustain! I left my guitar ringing, went to the restroom, and was STILL ringing.) Non-Glossy fretboard (it was a big deal to me.) Gloss Finished neck
Maybe I was lucky, but my guitar was made from 2 pieces of wood. Most MIMs are made from 4 to 7. MIA guitars are 2 to 3. Fewer woods means less variable tones. The finish is gorgeous, and I thought it looked like an old acoustic guitar because of the pick guard. I love it. The sounds are very good. The bridge isn't as trebly as I'd hoped, but then again, it might be because I'm running my guitar through a really crap amp. Actually, I think it's my amp. I plugged my guitar into garageband (software) and the sounds from speakers sound great. I can't wait to get a new amp.

I'm a tone freak, so gripe (and only gripe) was that the tone knob's response wasn't as linear as i'd hoped, which is why i'm giving it four stars.
Are you kidding? This is an incredible guitar for the price! I got a 2 piece guitar for half the price? come on! Even if I mod my pickups and knobs and switch out my tuners I'd still be paying 300 bucks less than I would have for an Am Std. This is a big deal.

Also, when companies make natural finished guitars they make sure to choose the best woods. This assures visual appeal as well as good tone. Also, the finish looks like it's not too thick. I love it!

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Gem of a Telecaster

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

I have waited about 4 weeks after buying the Fender Standard Ash Telecaster so I could get a good feel for the instrument, it's good points, and it's bad points. I can now report that this is a great guitar at a GREAT price. First, it's an eye-catcher. You have to look close to see that the body is three pieces. The grain of the ash is striking. And I like the tortoiseshell pickguard. Second, it's put together well. I could find no quality problems with the guitar. The frets are well-dressed, and neck has a good even feel to it. The electronics work fine. The one I bought needed a good set-up, but that was fairly easily done.Third, the sound is classic Telecaster all the way. I especially love the shimmery sound I get with both pickups active. The bridge pickup rings like a bell and the neck pickup has a great blues sound. The ash body clearly makes a difference on this guitar.I have read that others have made modifications on the guitar, but I pleased with it just as it is. I've been wanting a Telecaster for some time, now, and I'm very happy to have this one.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Happy with the purchase

By Lobeat

from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

The guitar appears to be a 2011 Fender Special Edition, which was listed as "Used, Good condition." I don't like buying guitars unseen and unheard, but the price was right, so I took the chance. I am very happy with the guitar. Straight, strong neck, no blemishes except for pick wear on the pickguard. Very nice pickups, I may upgrade the neck p/u to a Seymour Duncan Broadcaster someday, but no need to at this point. Had the guitar restrung with 11s and it did need a pro intonation job at that point. In my band, I need to have a variety of tones and voices available, from country to jazz and pub rock. So far, the guitar sounds great for the country twang and rhythm, and I am waiting to try it out live.
Unbelievable, a two piece northern ash body, heavy, but I can live with that. Nice pickups, though i may upgrade the neck p/u. Straight neck.
Definitely eye candy!
For the price, and the unexpected bonuses of two-piece body, what appear to be US-made pickups, and a nice spanking twang, it was a fantastic deal.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great guitar at a great price!

By Funky T

from Ooltewah, TN

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Pros

  • Fit and finish
  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Looks
  • Playability
  • Price
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Blues
    • Country
    • Jamming
    • Old School Rock
    • Practicing
    • Recording

    Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

    This guitar sounds great. The ash adds a lot of nice "spankiness" to the tone. The neck feels great, the pickups sound good and the natural wood grain looks as good as any Am Stndrd Tele I've seen.
    It sounds great for blues, old school rock and country twang. I have zero complaints.
    I even dialed in a metal tone on my Vox amp and it even sounded good.
    You get the great look and killer tone for a lot less than the AST.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great Guitar!

    By Scott Richardson

    from New Hampshire

    Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

    Highly recommended, I love this guitar!
    Has all the standard Tele features.
    Some mexican Fenders are horrible -- this one happens to be as good as any American Tele I have ever played.
    For the price I paid, it's a steal.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Tim Hays

    Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

    Awesome guitar, not crazy about the slightly noisy pick-ups. plays great with that Telecaster sound.
    Not a hole lot of features but it's what i was looking for. Two pick ups, three way toggle. That unique Tele sound. The wood is nicer than i expected and there is a nice weight to the axe.
    Really nice craftsmanship and parts (tuners, bridge etc...) with exception to the pickups which are a little noisy which i plan on replacing in the near future but what more can you ask for, for the money.
    I think this is a great value. I really wanted that telecaster sound for some blues ideas i have and have recently got into country (which i never dreamed of ever doing) after being a rock, metal and blues guitarist for 35 years. I own 9 guitars anywhere from $300 to $3k and i think the value of this one is in the middle. I would rate it higher after i change the pickups. It came well packaged, the action was a little high which a couple adjustments to the height of the saddles corrected and the intonation was spot on. I personally didn't like the Tortoise shell pickguard so i ordered a black one with it.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Fantastic Tele

    By Derek

    from kentucky

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    Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

    This guitar is not only beautiful but it is a great value. The guitar is well made and sounds fantastic. I would not purchase an American tele after seeing how nice this one is.
    This tele is a standard version without any extra bells's and whistles but it is well constructed.
    The guitar is extemely well made and the ash body is nice and heavy but not overly heavy.
    I have purchased several guitars but this is probably the best value for the money. I would seriously reccomend that people look at this tele before buying an American made tele.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    lovin' this axe

    By Papa Rocker

    from Mentor, OH

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    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone
    • Nice finish
    • Solid Electronics

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Recording
      • Rock Concerts

      Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

      When I saw this model advertised and read the nearly perfect user reviews, I figured now was the time to finally replace the Tele I had on the road with me in the mid '70s. I was a little disappointed with the factory setup when it arrived...the intonation was terrible on 4 strings. I got out my tuner and a screwdriver, replaced the strings, tweaked the saddles, and cranked out a very slight amount of bow from the neck. In less than an hour I had the intonation perfect everywhere on the neck with perfect action! Tone is great, as well as the fit/finish/craftsmanship/appearance. Now it's hard to decide which to call my main guitar...this or my '79 Strat.

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Awesome Right Out Of The Box!!

      By Red

      from Kansas City, Missouri

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      Pros

      • Fender Standard
      • Fsr
      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Mim
      • Solid Electronics
      • Tele

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing
        • Recording
        • Rock Concerts
        • School Bands
        • Small Venues

        Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

        Beautiful right out of the box, no scratches or anything. All I had to do is tune it. I checked intonation and it was dead on. Plus I ordered it on Saturday and it was delivered on Monday MF'S Rock!

        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        I love this GUitar

        By Jered McKenna

        from Greenville, SC

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        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone
        • Solid Electronics

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Jamming
          • Recording
          • Rock Concerts

          Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

          Heavy. Beautiful. Solid. Slick. A joy to pick up and play. Sounds amazing. For this price? How? This will be my go to electric guitar till the day I die. I was worried about the "standard pickups" being noisy, since that's what "people" say, but...i run it from clean to heavy distortion, and still don't need a noise gate. I love this guitar and have never felt better about a purchase.

          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Look no further...

          By mek0620

          from Lake Saint Louis, MO

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          Pros

          • Fun To Play
          • Good Feel
          • Good Pick Up
          • Good Tone
          • Solid Electronics

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

              I've owned two Fender MIM Telecasters and both have been fantastic and provided me with countless hours of entertainment and noodling. Along with this Tele, I bought a Fender Lonestar Stratocaster. I A&B'd them for a few days and ended up returning Lonestar. Shockingly, the Telecaster outshined the Strat (which costs hundreds of $$$ more). Most of my favorite guitarists play Strats, so I didn't think the competition would be close. While the Lonestar had more sensitive pickups, it did not have the bass of the lower strings like the Telecaster. The Strat had a lot more treble, so perhaps if you using it in a band setting, the Strat would work. But for sheer tone and playability, I'm all about the Tele. The only bad thing I can say about this Telecaster is that it's a little on the heavy side, but after a few days I got used to it.

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              THIS GUITAR ROXS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

              By Grady Pickles

              from Indiana

              Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

              Picked this baby up at a local store today and I LOVE it! There is one thing you all should know, this is not a MIA (made in America) guitar. It's MIM (made in Mexico) which is okay. If you are picky about where they're made.... Another thing is that it's a little heavier than other Fender Teles, but the sound of this guitar makes up for the weight. You will not be disappointed on this buy! Go for it and if you're not happy just return it, but I guarantee you'll keep her.

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              2.0

              Looks better than it plays

              By GuitarFun

              from Portland, OR

              Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

              Georgeous looking guitar from a distance. Had some build problems. The bridge was installed crooked due to a mounting screw that wasn't drilled perpendicular to the body and the shape of the headstock behind the nut was crooked. The bridge pickup sounded dull. The neck pickup had some snap. Overall it felt like the assemblers were rushed to get this out the door. Too bad as the neck felt great and the guitar was georgeous.

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Eye Candy

              By James Hall

              from Detroit

              Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

              I was not expecting this guitar to impress me too much considering the price. But when it was delivered and I opened it up I was impressed immediately. The finish was perfect, the neck was as straight as an arrow and feels great. The only thing I wish it had come with was a gig bag but for the price I'm not going to get too greedy.
              The quality of this guitar is very good. The neck is thin and beautiful. Plays great. I played a bunch of American tele's at a music store and wasn't overly impressed so I figured I'd get a Mexi since I have a Mexi strat that I bought in '94 and it sounds fantastic. I believe the only thing it needs is a good setup because as you go up the neck to the 12th fret it dischords a bit.
              For a third of the price of the American tele I wanted, this thing is an unbelievable deal considering how it plays and sounds. Highly recommend it.

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Nice

              By PlayingFool700

              from TX

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              Comments about Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash:

              I picked this up at gc a few months ago and it's an awesome guitar. It takes a set up and some new strings, but it is a solid guitar with all that classic fender tone and more. I thought I was going to have to replace the pickups because of the sound of my brother's mexican standard tele, which he bought in 2006, but they actually sound really good. The neck is smooth and jazzy while the bridge has a nice snarl to it- perfect for blues and classic rock. I say fender has done well on this guitar and I would recomend it to anyone.

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