2014 Fender ’52 Reissue Telecaster

The Blue Book Says:

’52 REISSUE TELECASTER (U.S. MFG. NO. 010-0202/010-1303)

– single cutaway light ash body based on the 1952 Telecaster, bolt-on maple neck, 21-fret maple fingerboard with black dot inlay, vintage-style fixed bridge with cover, black pickguard, two American Vintage single coil pickups, two knobs (v, tone) and a three-way switch mounted on a metal plate, chrome hardware, available in Black (1998-2000), Butterscotch Blonde, or Copper (1998-99) finish, mfg. 1982-present.

I say:

I love these Telecasters – they have lovely rounded neck and feel so solid in the hand.

This one has little/no wear to the frets, the lacquered fingerboard is unchipped.  

Headstock and neck are unmarked.  

The body and neck show few marks – all on the rear of the body, and there are two small chips, and one dent the chips are shown in the pictures.  All three look like “stand damage” where the guitar has probably been stood on a metal stand without any padding.

Electronic configuration has been modified to the more modern 3 way configuration, of neck, neck and bridge, bridge pickups.

The case is a genuine Fender tweed case, and there are a good selection of case candy items, fender lead, ashtray bridge cover etc.

I love these Telecasters – they have lovely rounded neck and feel so solid in the hand.

This one has little/no wear to the frets, the lacquered fingerboard is unchipped.  

Headstock and neck are unmarked.  

The body and neck show few marks – all on the rear of the body, and there are two small chips, and one dent the chips are shown in the pictures.  All three look like “stand damage” where the guitar has probably been stood on a metal stand without any padding.

Electronic configuration has been modified to the more modern 3 way configuration, of neck, neck and bridge, bridge pickups.

The case is a genuine Fender tweed case, and there are a good selection of case candy items, fender lead, ashtray bridge cover etc.