Equipped with the coveted features that defined the decade—including a Road Worn® nitrocellulose lacquer finish, period-accurate neck profile and playing feel, along with revoiced pickups—this guitar has all of the authentic bite and punch that made the Telecaster Deluxe a legend. gearnews.com uses cookies to ensure the best possible service. Source: They’re full of the twangy, well-defined tone that made Fender instruments famous. Our Road Worn® Nitro finish is distressed to faithfully recreate the look and feel of a well-loved vintage instrument. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *. We recreated our favorite set of ‘50s Telecaster pickups. Finished in nitrocellulose lacquer – prized for its natural tonal qualities and distinct aging patterns, then hand-distressed for an authentically broken-in look, this Tele® delivers the bell-like tone and playing comfort you’d expect from a great vintage guitar. The guitar comes finished in either Fiesta Red or Surf Green, and has the relicing job applied to both the body and the neck. Finished in nitrocellulose lacquer – prized for its natural tonal qualities and distinct aging patterns, then hand-distressed for an authentically broken-in look, this Tele® delivers the bell-like tone and playing comfort you’d expect from a great vintage guitar. I expect they will sell like the proverbial hot cakes, and look forward to getting my hands on one for a review, soon. Prices start from £1,099 for each model, which is reasonable for a model with extra finish details, such as the relic look in this case. All Rights Reserved. The pickups are a set of ‘60s Hot Strat single-coil pickups, and the guitar is available in Firemist Gold and Lake Placid Blue finishes. Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. Bridge, Position 2. We skip a decade with the next release and go straight to the Vintera Road Worn ’70s Telecaster. Copyright ©2020. However, the neck on this model has a mid-’60s ‘C’-shaped profile and a Pau ferro fingerboard. Other features include vintage-style strap buttons, chrome hardware and four-bolt neck plate. The Vintera Road Worn® '50s Telecaster recreates the look and feel of a well-loved original. Not everyone can afford Fender Custom Shop prices, so these Mexican-made models should please players who want that relic’d look, but at a knock-down price point. This model looks pretty sweet in both the Daphne Blue and Olympic White finishes. Fender has updated its Vintera range of Stratocasters and Telecaters with new Road Worn finishes. Fender. Otherwise, the spec remains the same as the original, non-relic’d Vintera models. The Vintera Road Worn ’50s Stratocaster models have an alder body and a maple neck with a maple fingerboard. Twangy and articulate, they have the power you need for any style of music. Don’t see your country listed above? The limited Vintera Road Worn® Telecaster Deluxe recreates the unique good looks and mojo of a well-loved original. It comes loaded with a pair of Fender Wide Range-style humbuckers – wired via a three-way toggle switch and twin volumes and tones controls – and a Strat-style string-through-body hardtail bridge with six saddles. The limited edition ’50s and ’60s Strats and Teles, and a ’70s Deluxe Tele, will all be shipping from 10 September. These tuning machines offer the look and feel of vintage machines with enhanced tuning stability. The Vintera Road Worn ’60s Stratocaster has similar specs to the ’50s model above. Neck, 3-Saddle Vintage-Style Strings-Through-Body Tele® with Brass Barrel Saddles, Fender® USA 250L Nickel Plated Steel (.009-.042 Gauges), PN 0730250403. If you continue surfing the site, you agree to the, Fender gets sparkly with Brad Paisley Road Worn Telecaster, Fender Vintera Series officially launches with new Strat, Tele, Jaguar, basses and more, Summer NAMM 2017: Fender Custom Shop Pacific Battle Strat and Tele, Fender Rarities Maple Top Telecaster: Luxurious looks and classic Tele tones. VINTAGE STYLE FOR THE MODERN ERA. Next up is the Vintera Road Worn ’50s Tele which also has an alder body, maple neck and fingerboard, a thick ’50s U-shape profile, 7.25″ radius, and 21 vintage tall frets. Nitrocellulose lacquer is a vintage-accurate finish that wears gradually over time, creating a pleasantly worn-in appearance with use. For players who want the style and sound of Fender’s golden era, we created the Vintera® ‘70s Telecaster® Deluxe. It still has an alder body and maple neck with the vintage 7.25″ radius. Fender Vintera Road Worn 70s Telecaster Deluxe, Olympic White £ 965.00 965.00 Bridge and Neck, Position 3. This Telecaster incorporates a stylishly classic bridge with a rock-solid string-through-body design and three brass “barrel” saddles for authentic tone. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU... How to use a DI to record killer-sounding guitar tracks. This model is available in a lovely Vintage Blonde or a Lake Placid Blue finish. Pickups are ‘50s Hot Strat single-coil models wired via a 5-way pickup switch, and it has a vintage-style six-point synchronized tremolo, tuning machines and strap buttons. And the price includes a Fender deluxe gig bag for each model. It comes with a pair of vintage-style ‘50s single-coil Hot Tele pickups, and a three barrel brass bridge with a vintage-style string-through-body Tele bridge plate. The Vintera Road Worn series is now available, and includes the ’50s Stratocaster, ’50s Telecaster, ’60s Stratocaster and ’70s Telecaster Deluxe. The first 2020 batch of Vintera Road Worn models contains ’50s and ’60s Strats, a ’50s Tele and a ’70s Telecaster Deluxe. 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