Fender Custom Shop 1963 Telecaster Journeyman Relic In Vintage white Finish

DKK 24,999

Make: Fender
Model: Fender Custom Shop Telecaster Journeyman Relic
Year: 2015
Case: Original hardshell case & all Case candy / COA
Condition: Mint

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We present a stunning Fender Custom Shop. Overall this guitar looks great /sounds amazing and it is like new. Gorgoues finish checking all over the body. The Telecaster Journeyman, is a legendary recreation of the highly sought after original. With tastefully-applied “relicing” and an eye-catching aged red sparkle finish, the 1963 Telecaster Journeyman exudes classic Fender vibe in not only sound, but aesthetics as well. A pair of American Vintage ’64 pickups produce period-accurate Tele twang, perfect for soaring leads or chunky rhythms. Gliding along the smooth maple “C” neck is a breeze, and 21 Sanko 6105 frets over a rosewood fingerboard give an exceptionally comfortable feel for a variety of playing styles. American Vintage tuners, bridge, and a custom ’63 Telecaster pickguard add to its authentic, time-honored look. If you’re after a Fender with exemplary tone, feel, and vintage vibe, then the 1963 Telecaster Journeyman is the guitar for you.

-Body Material: Alder
-Body Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
-Neck Material: Maple
-Neck Shape: Mid ‘60s Oval “C”
-Neck Thickness at 1st Fret: .820”
-Neck Thickness at 12th Fret: .890”
-Neck Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer
-Number of Frets: 21
-Fret Wire: Sanko 6105
-Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
-Fingerboard Radius: 9.5”
-Inlays: Micarta White Dot
-Tuning Keys: Vintage Style with Fender Logo
-Pickups: American Vintage ’64 Telecaster
-Bridge: American Vintage ’64 Telecaster
-Pickguard: Custom ’63 Telecaster
-Control Knobs: Aluminum Knurled
-Modering wiring with greasebucket tone circuit (rolls off the highs without losing gain)

Even comes complete with its original hardshell case with all case candy and certificate of authenticity.

Professionally setup in our workshop here at Guitar Hunter.