This resembles an early 1950s Telecaster and is modestly aged (level 1) and has the appropriate single ply black pickguard and "Butterscotch Blonde" to match. The Lollar pickups sound fantastic and have a big sound while still being articulate and twangy. Purists will recall that early 1950s Telecasters had a three way switch but that it only activated either pickup independently followed by a "mud" or rhythm setting with a tone rolloff in the third position. Fortunately, this guitar has been wired with the more conventional/modern Telecaster wiring. Comes with a custom hardshell case.

stock no. 60469

ModelT-52, Butterscotch blond, humbucker neck
Frets to body14
Nut width1 5/8"
Fretboard MaterialNorthwestern hard maple
Neck materialNorthwestern hard maple
Electronics250K CTS, CRL USA, cloth gavitt 22AWG, CRL switches
Body shapeT-type
Body woodAsh
InlayFaux Clay
Neck profileMedium C shape
NotesLight relic
PickupsLollar, humbucker neck
Total frets21
TunersGotoh 15:1
FinishNitro cellulose lacquer
CaseOrig. Hard
Serial NoGRY-166
Weight7.26 Lbs.