The Fender Standard Telecaster has often been described as the most versatile guitar there is. From country, to classic rock, to electric-folk and punk rock, it is a guitar that is up for the task of any genre. Regardless of what you play, you’re going to want to take a look at a Telecaster. The Telecaster is the go-to guitar for a wide variety of legends, with musicians as diverse as Keith Richards, Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Greenwood, Brad Paisley and Joe Strummer all calling upon the Telecaster for some of their most famous riffs. With a pedigree like that, it’s easy to understand why this guitar is so popular among professionals and amateurs alike. Since the early 1950s, the Telecaster has been known for its second to none tone and versatility. The Standard Telecaster comes with either an alder or ash body along with a 6-saddle through body bridge with block saddles. It offers hot single-coil pickups in an SS configuration, a three position switch and master volume and tone controls. Its maple neck features a modern “C” shape for ease of grip, while the medium jumbo frets show off the Telecaster’s ultimate playability. Available as both a right handed and left handed guitar, the Telecaster is easy for anyone to pick up and play. When it comes to electric guitars, few are as beloved as the Fender Telecaster. From the early days of rock and country, to being the weapon of choice for Pete Townsend of the Who, to today, as a favorite of artists such as Laura Jane Grace and Jim Adkins, it has proven itself to be a guitar worthy of playing any style. Iconic in look and iconic in sound, the Telecaster is a fantastic guitar for musicians of all skill levels.