Fender Custom Shop 2022 Collection 1952 Telecaster – Deluxe Closet Classic
The 1952 Fender Telecaster is the quintessential electric guitar that started it all and is still a favorite after all these years. The simplicity of design and the alluring tone that only a Tele can produce have graced countless recordings and stages over its long lifespan, and the Custom Shop ’52 Telecaster captures the original essence in all its glory. Available in six finishes, the guitar features a two-piece select ash body, a one-piece riftsawn maple neck with a comfortable ’57 “soft V” profile, vintage compound-radius (7.25”-9.5”) fingerboard, and 21 narrow tall (6105) frets for comfortable play in all registers.
Custom Shop hand-wound ’50/’51 Blackguard pickups provide perfect vintage-correct tone in combination with ’51 modified Nocaster wiring, which lets the player blend both pickups together in switch position 1. Other features include a single-ply black phenolic pickguard, ’51-’54 Tele bridge with brass barrel saddles, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut, and disk string tree. Also, it comes with a deluxe hardshell case, strap, and certificate of authenticity.
|Brand||Fender Custom Shop|
|Model||2022 Collection 1952 Telecaster|
|Finish Color||Nocaster Blonde|
|Aging||Deluxe Closet Classic|
|Finish Type||Flash-Coat Lacquer|
|Neck Wood||One Piece of Riftsawn Maple|
|Neck Shape||'57 Soft V|
|Neck Dimensions||.890 1st - .980 12th|
|Fingerboard Radius||Compound 7.25"-9.5"|
|Width at Nut||1.625"|
|Frets||21 6105 Narrow-Tall|
|Pickups||2 Custom Shop Hand-Wound '50/'51 Blackguard Single-Coils|
|Controls||Volume, Tone, 3-Way Switch|
|Bridge||'51-'54 Tele Bridge w/Brass Saddles|
|Case||Tweed Hardshell Case|
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