Fender American Vintage ’58 Telecaster
The Fender American Vintage ’58 Telecaster has a great playing neck, offers great tones and has a solid construction. Is a classical tele with a awsome and fast maple neck. The ’58 really comes alive when you dig into the strings and roughhouse a bit, forcing the pickups to push your amp into overdrive territory. The Fender American Vintage ’58 Telecaster comes in two different colors: 2-color sunburst and aged white blonde.
The American Vintage ’58 Telecaster guitar harkens back to early 1958, when the Telecaster graduated from its original “U”-shaped neck profile—a real handful—to a still-large but more comfortable D-shape for its maple neck. Other spot-on early-’58 touches are here too, such as a lightweight ash body, staggered bridge pickup pole magnets, solid steel “barrel” bridge saddles, a single-ply white pickguard, “top-hat” switch tip, flat-top knurled aluminum chrome control knobs and more.
The Fender American Vintage ’58 Telecaster has an ash body with a flash coat lacquer finish. A “D” shape maple neck with a 25.5· scale lenght, 21 vintage-style frets, a bone nut, a flash coat lacquer finish, a maple fingerboard and black dot inlays. The pickups are American Vintage ’58 Single-Coil Tele (bridge and neck), has a master volume and a master tone and a position pickup selector. The bridge is a 3-saddle american vintage strings-through-body tele with solid barrel steel saddles and the tuning machines are single line “Fender Deluxe” vintage style.
Of course, nothing that we or a video can say will be better than going to your local music shop and see and feel and test a Fender American Vintage ’58 Telecaster by yourself, nothing can be better than your own judgement. With our review, we try to help you make a decision but we always advise you to try the guitar by yourself before buying.