Masterbuilt Jason Smith '59 Telecaster Relic White Blonde #R81296
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2015 Fender Custom Shop Jason Smith Masterbuilt '59 Telecaster Relic in the lovely white blonde used towards the end of the 50's. With a light Ash body, AAA dark Rosewood fingerboard, mid 60's style oval 'C' neck profile, medium jumbo frets and 10" radius fingerboard. This is one of the nicest Tele's we have seen for a long time both in looks and tone. Twisted Tele neck and Flat Pole Broadcaster bridge pickups are very balanced with just the right amount of 'push' from the bridge whilst not being harsh, very cool and vintage sounding. Its clear this is a Masterbuilt guitar, from the soft feeling rounded edges of the fingerboard to the real nitrocellulose mint green guard and of course, the killer Tele tone! Its been part of a collection and is excellent condition, basically as new. Nice weight at 6lbs 11oz. With original case, cert, strap and tags.
Colour: White Blonde Body: Ash
NECK Number Of Frets: 21 x Medium Jumbo Scale Length: 25.5 Fretboard Wood: AAA Rosewood Fretboard Inlays: Dot Radius: 10" Neck Wood: Maple 5/4 Quater Sawn Neck Shape: Mid 60's Style Oval "C"
ELECTRONICS Bass Pickup: Handwound Twisted Tele Treble Pickup: Handwound Flat Pole Broadcaster Pickup Switching: 3 Way Blade, Vol, Tone
Weight: 7lb 2oz, Original Hard Case, Signed Certs, Custom Strap and tags etc.
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