2006 Fender AVRI Telecaster + OHSC + Candy

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At A Glance:
Model: Telecaster
Year: 2006
Finish: Butterscotch
Modifications: None
Repairs: None
Weight (kg): 3.34

Case: Correct Tweed hardshell
Fingerboard: Maple
Neck wood: Maple
Body wood: Ash
Tuners: Correct Kluson Reproduction
Pickups: 2 x Correct Single Coil
Hardware: Correct Chrome
Neck Profile: Medium C
Pots: 2 x Correct 250k CTS

    2006 Fender AVRI ‘52 telecaster anyone?

    This guitar is in great condition. Body shows no real signs of wear, finished in the deeper butterscotch synonymous with these guitars from this period. 

    The neck is in great shape with very little signs of wear to the frets.

    The hardware and plastics are in fine condition. The guitar comes with all the additional hardware bits including a six saddle bridge and cover.

    Electrically everything looks correct. The guitar comes with the additional capacitor to wire the guitar as per the 1952 specifications.

    Included in the sale is the correct tweed case and all the documentation, strap and lead. Interstingkly the COA was discontinued in 2006 following the death of Bill Schultz.

    This guitar delivers that classic tele tone without taking your head off, the neck pickup having that chewy quality that holds its own so well when combined with the bridge pickup. Once in that bridge position, there is that unmistakable Telecaster twang, surely the reason you've picked it up in the first place.

    Well built and a signpost for the future of the company, this might not be a current classic but its worthy of the name. Grab it before it gets away… 


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