We're sorry. This item is no longer in stock. With antique wood reborn in musical instrument form, the versatile 50s Vintage Hot Rod design is a beauty to behold, with a humbucking neck pickup and single-coil bridge pickup for sound as compelling as the guitar's look. A 4-way switch lets you choose between the combination of neck and bridge pickups in either series and parallel. Compound radius maple fingerboard 7.
3-Saddle American Vintage Hot Rod Telecaster® Bridge Assembly
Fender Vintage Hot Rod '52 Telecaster review | MusicRadar
Note: To see larger images, 'right-click' the thumbnail image and select 'open in new tab'. This will open the full hi-res image in a new tab on your browser. The Fender American Vintage HotRod Series offers new instruments with specs, looks and features that make them feel as if you were the third owner of a vintage instrument. Here's your chance to own that beautiful player's guitar.
Fender Vintage Hot Rod '52 Telecaster review
This series is impressive! I bought mine used. Modern radius 9. Definitely hot rodded. However it retains its vintage vi… read more.
An excellent modern Tele with pro additions and plenty of 50s identity that could become your go-to electric. The mere mention of Fender's American Vintage instruments unites the office in a collective swoon, but we'd be forced to admit, somewhat grudgingly, that they are not for everyone. Such features as thin fretwire and mm 7. Recognising this, Fender launched its first Vintage Hot Rod guitars back at Winter NAMM , and they immediately proved popular with players who, though still head over heels in love with the look and the sound of the company's golden era, find the slavish accuracy of the American Vintage reissues a little limiting. Last year saw The Big F revamp the Vintage Hot Rod range and throw some new models into the mix, and now there's a choice of '50s and '60s Strats and Teles as well as '60s Precision and '70s Jazz Basses.