Fender Unveils Limited-Edition American Standard Telecaster

There will only be 100 available worldwide.

Hollywood, CA (July 28, 2016) -- Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC), the world’s leading guitar and musical instruments manufacturer, transforming music history since 1946, has released a Limited Edition American Standard Telecaster featuring a Rosewood Neck available exclusively at Musician’s Friend (USA). Only 100 units of this highly collectible instrument will be made available worldwide.

Designed and made in the U.S., this exclusive model features an all-Rosewood modern “C”-shaped neck and an Ash body with a Walnut Stain. All models come equipped with the famous Fender Custom Shop Twisted Tele neck and Custom Shop vintage-style Tele pickups. Priced at $1,499.99 this exclusive Limited Edition American Standard Telecaster, Rosewood Neck is perfect for guitarists who appreciate a sweeter sounding Tele with a unique, elegant look.

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