The Telecaster design simply refuses to die. Fender keeps churning out the homely single-cutaway shape that first came to market in the years following World War II. The distinctive tone created by the bridge pickup aided considerably by the unwieldy bridgeplate it mounts to has accounted for untold numbers of hit records in many styles. The neck pickup, however, is often considered a weak link on the original Tele. This enabled players to obtain a loud albeit dark tone that contrasts starkly with the sharp, clangy treble pickup.
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Shares Our Verdict The Wide Range 'bucker wins nil points for authenticity, but no-one would reasonably expect a guitar at this price point to nail the tone of a vintage classic. What you do get is a well-assembled Tele with a bit of old-school Keef mojo, that more than justifies its price tag. Who says you can't always get what you want?
The best-yet production versions of a now-classic Tele, with excellent vintage detail and sounds. Pros Good build. Light weight. Vintage tonality.