Guitar Of The Week:Fender Custom Shop - Limited 60th Anniversary Broadcaster!
Only 60 Units Worldwide!
This fine instrument is a reproduction of one of the most collectible guitars ever made. Vintage experts estimate that less than 200 were made before the Gretsch company sent a telegram asking Fender to change the name because Gretsch owned the name "Broadkaster" in early 1951. This is the first time the Broadcaster has been reproduced with the original logo since then.
The LTD Limited Broadcaster 2-pickup model features a premium ash body with the Custom Shop Relic finish treatment, 1-piece maple neck, 25.5" scale length, and a 21-fret maple fretboard. A Flat Pole Broadcaster single-coil pickup in the bridge position gives that famous bright, yet rich sound, and the Vintage '50s single-coil pickup in the neck position adds a lot of versatility and allows the player a wide variety of tones for any style of music. Chrome hardware includes a vintage-style bridge with 3 vintage saddles and vintage-style tuning machines.
Includes: limited-edition hardshell case, limited-edition certificate of authenticity, strap, cable, custom care kit, and paperwork. Only 60 of these made—don't miss your chance to own this legendary model.
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Scott is a versatile musician with a degree in music performance. He has played in bands covering a wide range of styles including rock, country, classical, and blues. He is also a self-confessed gearhead and is always glad to give you recommendations based on his vast experience. If you are trying to track down an instrument that'll create that sound in your head, Scott's your man.
Chris is also a seasoned musician who has played in various bands in Nashville, Kansas City, and New York City. Chris's other passion is building guitars and basses. He worked at Sadowsky Guitars for seven years as production manager and was the primary bass builder there. More recently, Chris was a craftsman at the Gibson Custom Shop. During his tenure there, he spent two years in the Pro Shop and four years in Engineering. Chris has custom-built guitars for celebrities and has developed his own original designs. He knows great tone and nothing satisfies Chris more than helping players find the perfect guitar to match their musical preferences.