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Fender American Elite Telecaster - Butterscotch Blonde
New Arrival$1999.99
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Fender American Original '60s Telecaster - Lake Placid Blue
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Fender American Special Telecaster - Sherwood Green Metallic
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Fender American Special Telecaster - Vintage Blonde
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Fender Classic Series '50s Telecaster Lacquer - White Blonde
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Fender Deluxe Nashville Telecaster - Daphne Blue
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Fender Limited Edition American Elite Nashville Telecaster - Antique Cherry Burst
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Fender Limited Edition Strat-Tele Hybrid - 2-Color Sunburst
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Fender American Elite Telecaster Thinline - Natural
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Fender American Original '50s Telecaster - Butterscotch Blonde
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Fender American Professional Telecaster - 3-Color Sunburst
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Fender American Professional Telecaster - 3-Color Sunburst
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When you think of country, rock, blues, funk, R&B, and countless other styles of music what is the first guitar that comes to mind that could tackle all of these? It’d have to be the Telecaster. The “Tele”, as we all call it, is undoubtedly one of the most versatile guitars to ever be created. Fender’s production of the Telecaster, labeled the first commercially successful solid body electric guitar, was originally produced under the name the Broadcaster in 1950 and wouldn’t be named the Telecaster until later. But here we are today and the Tele has never lost its place as being known as one of the most versatile and appealing instruments for guitarists worldwide. The number of professional Tele players is like almost no other instrument. For one of the best selections of Fender Telecasters in the industry today contact us at N Stuff Music and we will gladly serve your needs.

First let’s discuss some of the history behind the Fender Telecaster. The Broadcaster faced copyright issues at the time of its creation shortly after because of the Gretsch “Broadkaster” was already named for a line of their drums. Shortly after Fender decided to change the name of the instrument to the Nocaster for which was only produced under that name for a short period of time.

The Fender Telecaster became one of the first mass produced instruments and through the following decades became known for its versatility of tone. The bridge pickup and body design combined to create a very bright, twangy, and punchy country and rock guitar sound that also has the capacity to create crystal clear cleans. The neck pickup on the Telecaster is known for its warm jazzy and bluesy sound that has even gone on to be played by many jazz guitarists.

The list of Telecaster players is practically never ending, whether its country stars like Brad Paisley, Vince Gill, or Bret Mason, to blues guitarists like Albert Collins, and Muddy Waters, to jazz and fusion guitarists like Ted Greene, Jimmy Herring, Mike Stern, and countless others.

Much like the Stratocaster, the Telecaster spans the entire range of the Fender lines of instruments from premium Custom Shop all the way down to Fender Squier instruments. The telecaster also comes in a huge variety of other styles whether they are thinline versions, modern versions, relic guitars, ‘50s ‘60s or ‘70s telecasters, and many others.

There is no single more iconic brand in the history of the guitar than Fender guitars. Fenders are the brand that has set the standard for all other guitars to be compared to. Fender has never been known to limit themselves, thus production of the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, Jaguar, HSS strats, Squier, acoustic guitars, mustang, duo-sonic, and many other guitars as Fender seems to never quit reinventing their possibilities. At N Stuff Music we are proudly one of the largest dealers of Fender guitars in the region and our innovative website has allowed us to become one of the premier dealers of Fender instruments in the United States. The Fender Telecaster is one of the most versatile guitars that’s ever been made, so if you want the truth in terms of versatility then come down to N Stuff Music and we’ll hook you up.

 
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