Fender Limited Edition American Vintage Hot Rod ’50s Telecaster Reclaimed Redwood
The Fender Limited Edition American Vintage Hot Rod ’50s Telecaster Reclaimed Redwood is a great guitar with a long history, and that’s no small exaggeration—the body of the Limited Edition Vintage Hot Rod ’50s Telecaster Reclaimed Redwood is fashioned from reclaimed old-growth redwood. With antique wood reborn in musical instrument form, our versatile ’50s Vintage Hot Rod design is a beauty to behold, with a humbucking neck pickup and single-coil bridge pickup for sound as compelling as the guitar’s look.
The Fender American Vintage Hot Rod ’50s Telecaster Reclaimed Redwood is a limited edition, the body is a one piece reclaimed redwood and the body finish is a hard rubbed dark stain oil. It comes with a “D” shape maple neck, 21 narrow jumbo frets, a 25.5″ scale lenght, a bone nut, maple fingerboard and a black dot inlays. The pickup configuration is SH (Single Coil-Humbucker). The bridge pickup is a custom shop vintage-style tele and the neck pickup is a wide range special humbucking and has a master volume and a master tone. The bridge is a 3-saddle american vintage strings-through-body tele with intonateable brass saddles. The tuning machines are vintage-style locking.
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 Limited Edition American Vintage Hot Rod ’50s Telecaster Reclaimed Redwood 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.